Seema Singh,
Your Nutritionist & Dietitian.

Seema Singh is an award winning Nutritionist and Dietitian in the field of therapeutic and lifestyle sciences with a post graduate degree in food and nutrition. She has a total experience of more than 21 years and is associated with Fortis Hospital Vasant Kunj as Chief Clinical Nutritionist and HOD. Her past association include Artemis Hospitals, Alchemist Hospitals, Moolchand Hospital, Apollo Hospitals and AIIMS.

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  • Super Foods for a Healthy & Energetic Winter Season

    With your comforting sheets and blankets out, you appear to be prepared for the cold season! Without a diet plan that makes you feel good on the inside and your immunity strong, your winter checklist would be incomplete.

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    Winter tends to bring a sense of joy to most people, with its low temperatures, cozy hoodies, and hot espressos. However, for those who have thinning hair, this season may elicit the polar opposite reaction. While it is normal to lose hair during the winter, an overabundance of hair loss can be quite distressing.

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  • Best fruits that fight the winter cold & flu

    We’re all on high alert as cold and flu season approaches and COVID-19 infectious diseases tend to climb. While washing your hands is the most effective way to prevent illness, some fruits can help to improve your health and immunity.

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  • Types of Fiber You Should Eat After Bariatric Surgery

    We now understand the importance of protein intake in general, as well as after bariatric surgery. Protein is essential for our bodies, but it is not the only one. It’s critical to eat a balanced diet that includes fats, protein, and carbohydrates.If your diet lacks a proper balance of foods, you may be lacking in fiber, which can lead to constipation and increased weight

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