Healthy Eating :-

A nutritionally balanced diet in terms of calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals, electrolytes and vitamins is essential for general well being. It enhances the immunity of the person by providing daily requirement of nutrients to the body. Therefore healthy eating habits go a long way in ensuring a healthy life.


We help the patients to understand the need for therapeutic diet which is prescribed by the doctors based on their clinical conditions. These diets are further modified in accordance to the progress of the patients.

Scientific Approach to Diet :-

  • Combination of palatability with proper balance of nutrients in food is essential for healthy life.
  • Moderation rather than elimination or addition is the guiding principle.
  • Malnutrition (over or under Nutrition) predisposes the body to many risk factors.

Enteral Feed :-

Individualised feeds consisting of natural foods in liquid form are prepared inhouse. These feeds are delivered both orally and as tube feeds. They are formulated considering the specific nutritional & metabolic needs of the patients.

  • Eat to lead a healthy life.
  • In a calorie compromised diet, compromise on quantity but judiciously supplement your diet, so that quality is not compromised.
  • Do not encourage juice in a reducing diet, they are calorie dense and low in fibre. Consume whole fruit instead
  • Consume a variety of refined oils e.g. sunflower, safflower, groundnut, mustard, soybean, sesame seed oil. REMEMBER not to use them in any amount . USE them in RESCTRICTED amount as prescribed by your Dietitian
  • A low fat diet doesn't mean a bland, non-spicy, boiled food diet. A low fat diet can also be made interesting by using whole spices, condiments, herbs and bouquet garni. The diet should have lots of variety in terms of colour, flavour and overall appearance.
  • Eat fresh vegitables and fruits, avoid tinned, canned and preserved foods


Salad, boiled vegetable, fluids like buttermilk, fresh lime juice, clear vegetable soups and water.


Fatty foods , Deep-fried foods, Rich gravies, Creamy desserts, Sweet meals, Aerated drinks. Full cream milk, pickles

Note : This is just a general guideline for a person with no other complications other than being overweight. Do not Generalize this for your personal use. For personal counseling please contact our Dietitian.