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Published by The Indian Express

June 28, 2018

Indian cooking remains a healthy choice for kids’ nutrition as it is rich in essential nutrients and provides a balanced meal plan. Comprising mainly of cereals, pulses and vegetables, it is rich in complex carbohydrates, which keeps energy levels high for a longer duration, rich in good fat and is also easy to digest and keeps digestion

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Published by Rediff

June 27, 2018

To get into a perfect shape post pregnancy you should try spreading out your food through six meals instead of three big meals in a day. Eat foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, protein and fibre, such as salmon, sardines, tuna, lean meat, chicken, eggs, beans, legumes, yogurt and whole grain foods. You can include different types of liquids in your daily diet such as milkshakes, lassi, soups, coconut water, fresh juices etc. Cut down on foods which are high in calories

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menstrual cup during periods, periods cramps, sanitary napkins during periods

Published by IDIVA

June 25, 2018

Learn more about menstrual cups from Director and Senior Gynecologist Surgeon at the CK Birla Hospital, Gurugram, Dr. Aruna Kalra. This article guides you through making the shift from sanitary pads, using and keeping the menstrual cup clean,

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Published by Hindustantimes

May 13, 2018

Shortly after delivering a baby, it may be tempting to begin a diet to lose off those extra kilos. But, resist the urge. You need the nutrition, and so does your little bundle of joy. Dr Aruna Kalra, gynecologist and obstetrics surgeon, CK Birla Hospital, Gurugram, says, “A woman’s need for calories, proteins, vitamins, minerals and water increases after delivery. Nutrition is not only important for the baby but is also important for the mother’s current and future health

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