Diet plays a crucial role in promoting or preventing a
disease. Especially when down with a disease, simply swallowing pills will not
prove as effective if dietary guidelines are ignored. The appropriate therapeutic
diet can speed up the recovery process and even boost the immune response.
However diet is one aspect of therapy that even doctors many a times fail to give
due importance to Simply put, over nutrition, under nutrition or wrong nutrition
must equally be avoided if one wishes to stay slim, trim and fighting fit.
book lists an array of ailments and conditions and outlines the right diet that could
cure or control these problems. Once you begin having balanced sensible meals
it won't be long before you kiss goodbye to those pills. This book will show you
how to eat right and stay fit.
About the Author:
Born and educated in New Delhi Sunita Pant
Bansal did her schooling from St Thomas School and graduation with honours in
food and Nutrition and Post-Graduation in Dietetics and Public health Nutrition
from Lady Irwin College. She subsequently worked as an honorary dietician at
Ganga Ram Hospitals and began writing on Health and Nutrition with articles and
columns appearing in Major newspaper and Magazines. She has also aired
programmes on Health on All Indian Radio and Doordarshan.
She was the
first practicing Dietician in Delhi. She joined The Times of India for some time as
Editor, Health. She then went to England and has the honour of being the only
Indian dietician with Indian qualifications to become member of the British
Dietetic Association, UK. She is currently associated as an Advisor with Life
Positive. She has also authored Healing Power of Foods.
The author has her
own publishing house bringing out titles under the banner of SMRITI BOOKS and
producing interactive, multimedia CD-ROMs under the banner of SRISHTI
MULTIMEDIA. Her husband is a senior consultant chest Physician at Apollo
Hospital, New Delhi .
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