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Narendra Palla


The advice that the nutritionist gave me about my diet really helped me drop some numbers in my weight. The plan that she shared was also really easy to follow!

Abha Raman


I was to get married & was really worried about my weight, when I took a Doctor consultation from LivLong & now I get to wear my favourite lehenga for my wedding, I am so so happy with their service…

Rupa Dyal


I am a Diabetic & food is kind off a tough zone to tackle for me, because I’m a foodie…but the dietician that these guys really changed perspectives for me. He showed me how I could make my food really healthy at the same time very tasty as well, keeping my Diabetes under control at the same time…

Aapti Taneja


He gave me really friendly tips to keep my weight in check. The most amazing thing was that there were no fancy meals, rather simple available-at-home things for my diet plan…which made me trust him even more!

Know Your Dietitian and Nutritionist

The significance of nutrition and diet cannot be overstated. Consuming a balanced and nutritious diet can have many advantageous effects on your mental and physical health and aid in the prevention and management of chronic diseases. Given the amount of information and misinformation available regarding what and how we should eat, having an understanding of nutrition and diet can help you make informed decisions about your overall health. Paying attention to what you eat can make a huge difference in the quality of life as a whole, whether you are looking to lose weight, manage a medical condition, or simply feel your best.

At times, it can be daunting to find a good nutritionist or dietitian for a diet consultation. Worry not! LivLong has compiled a list of nutritionists and dietitians who provide diet consultations through online nutritionist consultation or online dietitian consultation in addition to in-person consultation.

Who is a nutritionist or dietitian?

A nutritionist or dietitian is a trained professional who provides diet consultation and will plan your meals based on your health condition and nutritional needs. They can advise you on how to eat the right foods in the right proportions to attain your ideal health and weight.

 What conditions does a dietitian or nutritionist treat?

Dietitians and nutritionists offer diet consultation by providing advice and support for a wide range of health issues and conditions, including:

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  •  Weight management: They can assist people in developing good eating habits and making lifestyle changes to attain and maintain a healthy weight.
  • Diabetes::They can create personalised meal plans for diabetics to assist in managing their blood sugar levels and avoid complications.
  • Heart disease:They can offer dietary advice to help decrease your likelihood of developing a heart disorder and manage conditions like elevated blood pressure and elevated cholesterol.
  • Gastrointestinal disorders: They can help you manage conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by recommending dietary changes.
  • Food intolerances and food allergies:They can advise you on how to eliminate allergenic foods while still getting enough nutrients.
  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding:They can offer the dietary advice needed for a healthy pregnancy and facilitate adequate nutrient levels during breastfeeding.

What are the qualifications of a dietitian and nutritionist?

In India, the minimum requirement considered necessary for a registered dietitian is a B.Sc. in Nutrition and Dietetics or an equivalent degree recognised by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and the Indian Dietetic Association (IDA).

In addition to this, individuals should complete a 6-month internship programme in an IDA-accredited healthcare facility after completing their undergraduate program. Besides the internship, students need to pass a national dietetic registration examination of the IDA to become registered dietitians.

On the contrary, nutritionist is not a legally enforceable term in India, which also means there are not any particular educational or licencing prerequisites to consider oneself a nutritionist.

On the contrary, nutritionist is not a legally enforceable term in India, which also means there are not any particular educational or licencing prerequisites to consider oneself a nutritionist.

Many nutritionists in India, however, have bachelors or postgraduate degrees in nutrition-related fields, including home science, food science, or public health. Some nutritionists are also certified by private organisations in areas including weight management or sports nutrition.

Frequently Asked Questions

Numerous dietitians are providing online diet consultations nowadays along with in-person consultation. You can search on the internet by searching for keywords such as ‘online nutritionist consultation’ or ‘online dietitian consultation. You can also use an online teleconsultation platform such as LivLong.

If you are struggling with specific health issues, including high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, food allergies or intolerances, gastrointestinal problems, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult with a dietitian or a nutritionist for diet consultation.

A nutritionist or dietitian can provide a customised diet consultation and create an eating regimen that is customised for your particular needs and goals. They can also assist you in making nutritious choices, managing chronic medical illnesses, and improving your overall well-being. There is no such thing as too soon or too late to take the counsel of a nutritionist or dietitian for better health.

Dietitians and nutritionists can both offer helpful nutrition guidance and advice. If you are experiencing specific health problems, including heart disease, diabetes, or gastrointestinal problems, it is best to consult a registered dietitian, a licenced health professional with specific training and education in medical nutrition therapy. A nutritionist may be a good choice if you need general nutrition advice or counselling.

Dietitians are licenced health professionals who have completed a specific education and training programme, whereas nutritionists are not regulated and can possess varying levels of education and qualifications. Nutritionists may focus on general nutrition counselling and education, whereas dietitians provide nutritional therapy for medical reasons and work in clinical settings. Nevertheless, the terms are frequently used interchangeably, and both can provide beneficial nutrition guidance and advice.


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