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Ms. Khyati Rupani - Dietitian/Nutritionist

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BSc - Dietitics / Nutrition , MSc

Dietitian/Nutritionist , 13 Years Experience

Ms. Khyati Rupani is loves to experiment with food and find ways to help people across the globe with their weight issues and food. She loves to use foods that more..

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Santacruz West

, Mumbai

Balance Nutrition

A2,A3,A4, Ground Floor, Shalimar Chs, Tagore Road, Society Store Lane, Mumbai

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MON - SAT

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

INR 1,500

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

This fee is indicative and might vary.

NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic. There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

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a year ago
Visited For Obesity
Khyati designed a diet for me, which made me lose weight easily, without giving up my fav foods. I will recommend anyone who wants to lose weight and get healthy. Khyati gives special attention, which Khyati designed a diet for me, which made me lose weight easily, without giving up my fav foods. I will recommend anyone who wants to lose weight and get healthy. Khyati gives special attention, which motivates one to follow the program. more..
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Services

Renal Dietician
Hospital Nutritionist/Dietitian
Sports Nutritionist

Specializations

Dietitian/Nutritionist

Education

BSc - Dietitics / Nutrition - SNDT Women's University, Mumbai, 2004

MSc - Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition, Mumbai, 2005

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Experience View all (5) View less

2006 - 2007 Dietitian at Hinduja Hospital
2007 - 2008 Chief Dietitian at Lilavati Hospital
2008 - 2009 Slimming Head at VLCC
2009 - 2014 Corporate Dietitian at IIFL
2012 - 2014 Owner /Founder at Balance Nutrition

Awards and Recognitions

Innovation In Quality Of Service Delivery Award - 2016

Women Leadership Award In Healthcare - 2016

Memberships

Indian Dietetic Association

Weaning 7-9 Months


2017-07-12 17:27:03


Now your little one has started growing and you have already discovered his likes, dislikes, appetite, what suits him and what does not suit him. As he grows his appetite increases because he requires more food as his body continues to grow more. From liquid diet now it progresses to semi-solid [...]

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Weaning 4-6 Months


2017-07-12 16:10:55


Mothers wait for so many months and finally the little one arrives. This special period is full of joy and excitement which the mother cannot express in words. Weaning is the introduction of semisolid and solid food (breast feeding continues) and this is a period when the baby is ready to [...]

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Greek Yogurt & Weight-Loss


2017-07-11 17:51:42


Greek yogurt has been a part of Mediterranean diets and it has won many accolades in the recent times.Greek yogurt is made by separating out the liquid whey which results in a thicker textured yogurt with fewer carbohydrates & sugar and has more protein than the regular yogurt.

Hence [...]

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Rooibos Tea


2017-07-11 11:25:37


Benefits of Rooibos Tea

It is naturally caffeine-free and rich in antioxidants. The high levels of antioxidants and polyphenols help to fight heart disease and various forms of cancer. It is low in tannin, a substance which affects the body's metabolism by interfering with its ability to [...]

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Benefits of Steamed Food


2017-07-06 18:29:49


For many years health experts have claimed that steaming is a far healthier option as compared to the various conventional methods that we employ to cook. This debate has been a rage from quite sometime. Steaming works by continuously boiling water, which gives off steam and hence the vegetables [...]

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7 Foods for Healthy Hair


2017-07-05 18:57:20


Take a look at what you're putting on your plate. There’s a strong link between your overall nutrition and the state of your strands. Hair growth (and fallout), skin collagen production, hormone balance and more are all tied to what you choose to eat. Eat the correct portion of the following [...]

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Fussy Eaters: How to Complete Their Nutritional Needs


2017-07-05 17:53:32


  • Fussy eating is a normal phenomenon faced by almost every parent. Your child suddenly decides that he'll only eat a few different foods. Fussy eating is a part of children’s development. It’s a way of exploring their environment and asserting their independence. And it’s also because [...]

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Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy: Third Trimester


2017-07-04 13:29:31


  • The third trimester includes week 28 to week 40 of a pregnancy. It can be both physically and emotionally the most challenging for a pregnant woman. 

HEALTH ISSUES EXPERIENCED BY THE TO-BE MOMMIES

  • Weight Gain: This is due to the baby’'s size, large breasts, [...]

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Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy: First Trimester


2017-07-03 12:18:35


Pregnancy lasts for about 40 weeks which is divided into 3 trimesters, each trimester is marked by specific fetal growth and physical developments. First trimester is marked from the first day of our last period and this trimester lasts until the end of week 12. First trimester plays a very [...]

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Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy: Second Trimester


2017-07-03 11:29:10


Your second trimester begins from week 13  and lasts up to Week 28.Once you enter the second trimester you may find it easier than the first. Your nausea (morning sickness) and fatigue may lessen or go away completely. However, you will also notice more changes to your body. That "baby [...]

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