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Role of Digestive Enzymes
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 06 May, 2022

Digestive enzymes are proteins that break down nutrients from food into smaller particles for absorption. There are digestive enzymes in the mouth, stomach and small intestines.

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Oral Health & health conditions.
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 06 May, 2022

People with diabetes have a higher chance of having periodontal (gum) disease, an infection of the gum and bone that hold the teeth in place. Periodontal disease

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LIVER HEALTH
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 10 May, 2022

The liver is a major organ which performs many essential biological functions such as detoxification of the organism, and the synthesis of proteins and biochemicals necessary for digestion an

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Food and Acid Reflux
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 10 May, 2022

Acid reflux occurs when there is acid backflow from the stomach into the esophagus. The foods you eat affect the amount of acid your stomach produces. Eating the right kinds of food is key t

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Specific Food Recommendation for diabetes.
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 10 May, 2022

A diet of largely low glycemic index foods reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes and since they help you feel full it’s easier to sustain weight loss. If you do have diabetes.

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Joy of healthy eating
Reshma Harish Joshi ( Clinical Nutritionist ) | 22 Jun, 2022

Once you start eating, it takes about 20 minutes for the satiety center in the brain to get stimulated. When this center is stimulated, it sends a signal to your body telling that you are ful

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