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Dietitian Sharan

Dietician @ Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,New Delhi Placement Officer @ Jetking, New Delhi Soft-Skill Trainer @ BSL Jammu, Jammu Event Manager for placement @ The Cadss, New Delhi

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I'mSharan Sodhi

Dietician @ Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi

“The day will come when men will recognize woman as his peer, not only at the fireside, but in councils of the nation. Then, and not until then, will there be the perfect comradeship, the ideal union between the sexes that shall result in the highest development of the race. ”



Dietician @ Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,New Delhi

Voice Accent Modulator

Worked as guest faculty in worldwide aviation as Voice accent Modulator. ,New Delhi

Personality Development Trainer

Worked as Personality Development Trainer in Jetking. , New Delhi

Placement Officer

Worked as placement officer @ Jetking , New Delhi

Soft-Skill Trainer

2 Year Experience as Soft-Skill Trainer In BSL Jammu , Jammu

Event Manager

Event Manager for placement @ The Cadss, New Delhi


Ministry of Science Technology

Innovation in science pursuit for inspired research.

flower arrangement competition

Got certificates in flower arrangement competition.

Ministry of Food processing Industries.

Worked with Ministry of Food processing Industries.

National Martial Arts Championship 2011

Participated in 8th National Martial Arts Championship 2011.

7 seas International Education

worked on preparing booklet for 7 seas International Education and Opening Note.


Dietician @ Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi.


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Link Between Blood Sugar Levels & Stress!!On the Eve of World Diabetes Day

Stress is the emotional and physical strain we experience whenever we feel unable to cope with a situation. Dizziness, Restlessness, Lack of energy, Depression, Constipation, Irritability, and even impotence are a few conditions associated with stress.

High stress often leads to increased blood sugar levels. This is because stress increases the need for instant energy, which can only be supplied by an increased supply of energy-yielding glucose.

Most individuals who get stressed easily or react badly to stress are known to have a disturbed glucose metabolism. Such individuals tend to calm down after eating something. It is important for them to know their emotions of anger, anxiety, depression, irritability etc. can be largely controlled by improving their diet.

Glucose is the primary source of energy for our body. And when we are under stress,it is glucose that the body turns to for instant energy. Glucose also helps to repair and restore tissues damaged by stress.

Regardless of whether the stress is physical, emotional or chemical, it's the effect on one's body will be the same. Once the stress subsides, the hormonal levels drop and the body returns to normal. Conversely, if the stress remains over an extended period of time, the hormones and chemicals linger in the bloodstream. Thus, your body continues to remain in the fight or flight state, which not only weakens your immune system but also increases your risk of developing degenerative diseases such as Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Cancer etc.

There are many effective ways of countering stress.No matter how busy you are, make time to rest and relax. Meditate, Practice yoga, Exercise, and listen to soothing music. Stress by itself is not harmful; it is the way you deal with it that makes all the difference to your health. Alternatively, the food you consume plays a pivotal role in controlling stress.

                                                  HOW FOOD HELPS
                         Proper Nutrition is an effective way of dealing with stress

*Switch from having three large meals per day to several small meals comprising complex carbs throughout the day. These meals should contain all the nutrients necessary for glucose metabolism.

*Increase fiber in your diet by including wheat bran, oats bran,jowar, and bajra in chapatis. The mineral chromium picolinate helps prevent blood sugar fluctuation.

*Eat almonds and roasted chickpeas in between meals to prevent hypoglycemia.

*Increase the intake of raw vegetables to provide your body with cell-protecting antioxidants. Drink a glass of Orange, Tomato, Carrot juice every day, as it is an easy way to increase antioxidants in your diet.

Dietitian Sharan Says: Stress eventually leads to worsening of your inner body, soul, mind which no one wants.

Are you an Emotional Eater?

It starts with a cup of Ice-Cream,goes onto a tub and finally,as we wallow in our feelings of self-pity and unhappiness,the meal ends up with huge portions of dessert and coffee.

Food and emotions always had a thing going.We eat more and mostly wrong,when we are low,while happiness makes us choose wisely and eat with control.But,there has to be the way to check the bad patches,right? Rationalising and Planning good food choices when low?Yes.

 When you feel low,it results in a certain kind of numbness and reaching for the jar of mayo or packets of chips in a trance like state."Under stress or excitement,there are certain neuro-chemical changes in the brain that can alter the eating habits : one may lose appetite or develop carb cravings/binge eating patterns,says psychtherapist and de-addiction specialist.On the other hand,good feelings make you alert and focussed.The trick here is to accept the feelings without indulging in them.

 According to the Latest Research published in the Journal Child Development,emotional eating has it's roots in childhood.It says that when parents soothe their toddlers with food,their children end up engaging more in emotional eating later in life.While reaching for that occasional comfort food is not really a bad idea to help us get a grip on our emotions,too much dependence on food to soothe is a bad idea. It is just not the food but also kind of food,that's a problem.
As Nutritionist,Emotional Eating responds to stresss, a person tends to eat high carbohydrates,high calorie food with very low nutritive value and thus all this leads to obesity,diabetes,heart and cholestrol problems.Most Emotionally satisfying food contains opiodes that delude us into feeling satiated and happy.They get us hooked to them.So,choose wisely.

Be it : anger,sadness,jealousy,worry,stress,excitement,nervousness;it is better to practice tolerating difficult feelings than by blunting them with food.Other ways to feel good could be getting fitter,playing physically demanding sport and others.Nothing works?Start a House improvement Project.Love yourselves and respect yourselves & get your body in shape. 
Dietitian Sharan says : Either eat a while for taste and repent later Or Say "NO" for a while and be happy that you did so later.

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