To build a healthier and happier nation by:
helping women adopt healthy eating habits for themselves and the entire family, encouraging wholesome eating habits from childhood.
To work with young women, would be mothers and children in improving nutrition intake and dietary habits, keeping in mind individual needs and family setups so that there is no disruption to daily life. Nutritious means of satisfying food cravings are also made available.
As per health experts, food can control/reduce stress in several ways. It’s suggested that the kind of food you take can impact the body’s neural circuits that control emotion, motivation, and mood. So if you are pregnant and want to know which food items act as a stress buster - read below to know more:
Leafy greens such as spinach, kale, cabbage, collard greens, etc, should be included in your diet during pregnancy. Leafy greens help regulate mood and improve brain function by increasing the serotonin (the happy hormone) production in the brain.
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Nuts and seeds offer an incredible amount of protein and energy. Proteins build and repair body tissues.
Thank you Dr. Kanupriya for all your guidance and patience. I was not only able to bring my blood sugar levels under control, but was also able to fulfill my sweet cravings. I am so happy and blessed to have had you guiding me, on my journey of delivering a healthy baby girl. My husband and I shall always be indebted to you.
My five year old is a fussy eater and we are vegetarians. I was very worried about my son's nutrition intake and so I contacted Kanpuriya. She explained to me what food groups I could work with to plan balanced meals for my son. Her suggestions were simple and included food items that are easily available. Sometimes her suggestions are so much fun that I continue them for the rest of the family also. For example she suggested a colourful burger patty in which along with potato she asked me to add beetroot for pink, peas for a green, and cauliflower for white. These vegetables add more nutrition than plain potatoes, do not have a strong taste and so my son is happy and the colours make presentation fun. Meal times are less stressful for me and more fun for him now.
Meghna Agarwal, Mumbai
My experience with Dr kanupriya has been wonderful so far. She has changed my concept of dieting completely. She’s an excellent dietician and has a very understanding approach. She believes in giving you complete and wholesome nutrition and at the same time manages to achieve excellent results.
She also offers you flexibility in the diet with multiple options for all meals. This ensures that you dont find the diet exhausting in anyway.
One of the best things that I feel with her is that she is very easily accessible and you can reach out to her at anytime with any issue you might be facing.
Also she doesn't let you feel guilty about any deviations you might have had such as a meal outside etc.
All in all, my experience with her has been more about introducing lasting lifestyle changes than about a strict or gruelling diet routine.
I had been married for seven years and was unable to concieve. I had undergone 2 failed IUIs and 1 failed IVF cycles. Doctors advised me to lose weight. I used to be depressed and food was my solace. When I met Kanpuriya, she explained to me that weight loss was not a one time activity but I had to start selecting a healthier way of life, always. She gave me an easy to follow diet plan - what to choose from and what to restrict. The best part was that i was allowed to indulge in my favorite desserts occasionally. She suggested simple activities such as walks and yoga - all easy to include in my routine. After meeting Kanpuriya I became a more positive individual. Six months later I lost 10 kgs, and conceived. Even now as a mother I have more energy than most new mothers. She showed me what "way to good health and happy life" means.
I have a 14 year old teenager who wanted to eat only fast food everyday. As a mother that was not acceptable. I was at my wits' ends when a friend suggested we meet Kanupriya. Patiently she explained to my son the importance of nutrition - especially as he trains in football. She displayed how processed foods lack all the nutrients that are needed by a sports person. Equally she explained to me that my son was not aiming to be a professional sports person and so an occasional junk day should be ok to ensure that his cravings are met and he is a happy youngster. That did the trick. We struck a balance and found that we could both understand how to build a healthier life together. Thank you, Kanupriya.
Renu Kohli, New DelhiManager
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