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Healthy & balanced diet for your tiny tots by Pediatric Nutritionist Mrs. Parina Joshi

Ryan International School Blog - Healthy & balanced diet for your tiny tots by Pediatric Nutritionist Mrs. Parina Joshi

Celebrating the National Nutrition Month in Sept 2017, we conducted a Facebook LIVE Session with Parina Joshi- Pediatric Nutritionist, Surya Hospitals.

The wait is over! We are now LIVE with Nutritionist Mrs. Parina Joshi. #EarlyStartToHealthyLife

Posted by Ryan International Group on Thursday, 7 September 2017

Concerned about your child’s eating habits?  Leave your questions in the comments box and we will have them answered.

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Ryan Partner Nutritionist

Ryan Partner Nutritionist

Ryan Partner Nutritionist comprises a panel of India's leading pediatric nutritionists who specialize in nutrition for children and adolescents and work towards developing healthy food habits from a young age.

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  • Diets that reduce your risk of heart disease are rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low fat dairy. Aim for four to five servings of fruits and four to five servings of vegetables per day.

  • Why do energy drinks get a bad rap? It is because of the amount of caffeine, sugars, and all of the other stimulants supposedly jacking up the heart rate. But lets look at these along with other drinks in a fair comparison.

  • Choosing nutritious foods helps your health in two ways. First, a diet packed with fiber-rich fruits and vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats helps you feel fuller on fewer calories, which is key in keeping your weight in check.