Indian Dietetic Association in collaboration with Nucgnex conducted a on 2nd March in Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital. It was attended by the Dietitians of IDA Pune chapter, Practising Clinical Nutritionists and Students of SNDT College, Pune.
Dr Satish Pattenshetti, Consultant Laparoscopic and Bariatric surgeon of DOSS, talked about Minimal Invasive Surgery from Laparoscopy to Robotic Surgery.
The Medical Nutrition Therapy for Minimal Invasive Surgery and Bariatric Surgery, such As Sleeve Gastrectomy, Gastric Bypass etc. was covered by Ms. Ambika Nair.
Furthermore Ambika Nair enlightened the audience with the simplified calculation of Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), in Surgical Patients.
Take home message of the event was:
1. The success of Bariatric Surgery lies in Effective nutritional therapy Pre, Peri and Post-operative care.
2. Effective counselling and Structured Four stage Diet plans for about 6 months to 1 year helps in Sustained weight reduction post-surgery.
3. Eat Protein First – The key principle behind Bariatric Surgery Diet.
4. Teach the Patients portion counting – As post-surgery – A mouthful is bigger than the stomach size.
5. Patient Education, Behavioural therapy, Regular Exercise, Support group therapy -Adjunct To Effective Diet Plans.
The event was followed by the Annual General Meeting of IDA Pune chapter.
Skyroots had a launch of their Products Bajra and Jowar Flakes on 23 Feb in Hotel Crown Plaza. The event was well attended by Dietitians of Pune.
A healthy cooking contest using Millet Flakes was Conducted by Skyroots, and Judged by Ms. Ambika Nair, Co Convenor IDA, and Ms. Shilpa Shirole Convenor, Ms. Kamaljit Kaur, Pune Food Factory.
Innovative recipes, health bars, Cereal porridge etc. were prepared using Bajra and Jowar Flakes.
Ambika Nair talked about recent advances on Millets in Gluten Free Diet during launch of Bajra and Jowar Flakes Products by Skyroots on 23 Feb in Hotel Crown Plaza.
She enlightened the audience with a list of foods which can be included and those that need to be excluded in a Gluten Free Diet.
More detailed information about the Pathogenesis, Diagnotic tests, Difference between Celiac disease, Gluten intolerance, Gluten Sensitivity, Wheat Allergy, and Pre Celiac disease etc. was distinguished.
Apart from this – All the various types of Millets, there nutritional value and Benefits in various Lifestyle Diseases were talked about with Evidence based Research Studies.
A Community Outreach Program was conducted by Ambika Nair on 23/1/2019 for the Senior Citizens of Willows Society, Balewadi, Pune.
Emphasis was given on Physical Health – The dietary guidelines for Diet in old age, the dietary modifications and how simple changes in lifestyle can help them prevent several health complications.
Ambika Nair, being a Life Coach, spoke also about how mental and spiritual health can help them live a complete life and prevent psychosomatic diseases.
A healthy sample nutritious lunch was served by Jupiter, to highlight the importance of Iron and fibre in the diet during the event of 10th January Dietetics Day by Mrs. Ambika Nair, Senior Clinical Nutritionist and Consultant of Jupiter Hospital, Baner, Pune.
The session was well attended and interactive, with a good take home message… “Conscious Eating”
On the event of 10th January Dietetics Day, Mrs. Ambika Nair, Senior Clinical Nutritionist and Consultant of Jupiter Hospital, Baner, Pune, conducted a session for the Doctors and HOD of various departments of Jupiter Hospital.
The topic was “Why do Diet Resolutions fail?”
She highlighted the importance of Tips in Weight Reduction and conscious eating and conscious indulgence as per your Hunger Quotient.
Awareness about the Dietetics Day Theme -Anemia Mukth Bharat was also highlighted in the session. The session was well attended and interactive, with a good take home message… “Conscious Eating”
My Nutritional Needs wishes Happy Dietetics Day – 10 Jan 19