Jinal Pasad

Bsc. Food and Nutrition, PG in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics with specialization in Pediatric Nutrition.

Jinal is a consulting dietitian and holds a Post-Graduation degree with specialization in Pediatric Nutrition. Preventive healing and cure against lifestyle diseases is Jinal's set goal. Working with FitterFly is her efforts towards building her first step towards her goal. With immense interest in people interaction Jinal has actively participated in multiple school workshops for both parents and children. Her passion in standardizing delicious yet healthy recipes provides preservative free snacks for children to munch on. With an additional certification as a Yoga instructor she loves practicing yoga with children.

Top Protein Rich Natural Foods – A must in every meal

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                            World over protein rich foods and supplements are the new trending products in today’s supermarkets. However the importance of protein has been understood and rooted back in the ancient days. Protein basically comes from the Greek word “proteos” meaning primary or taking first place. If they understood it back then why are we so negligent in feeding our children adequate amount of proteins in their everyd... Read more

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5 Mouth-Watering & easy to cook Calcium Rich Recipes for your child

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                                           Calcium is an important nutrient and is essential in every child’s diet from a toddler to an adolescent as it forms the base for building strong bones, teeth, muscular contraction and relaxation, secreting adequate hormones and enzymes and to send signals via nerves to the central nervous system.   In spite of its important role in the body we often tend to neglect or find it difficult to ... Read more

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Iron !! Is my child getting enough ??

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Did you know??  According to World Health Organization Iron deficiency is the most common and widespread nutritional disorder in the world, affecting 40% of pre-schoolers and children in developing countries. Prolonged Iron deficiency Anemia caused due to lack of iron through diet, this may lead to decreased immunity and can lead to a number of other conditions. Let us understand why and how Iron is important to us.. Heme group... Read more

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Fuel your child with the right food- Carbohydrates

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These days several FAD diets recommend the reduction or even the complete elimination, of carbohydrates from our diets.   We relate no or low carbohydrate diets with the elimination of energy providing cereals and millets like wheat, rice, jowar , bajra, barley, ragi and many more that nature provides. However these cereals and millets are important because they are responsible for vital bodily functions. Our traditional Ind... Read more

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