Also known as Weight Loss Counselor , ماہرغذا ,Food Specialist and Mahir-e-ghiza
Nutritionist, Dietitian, Diabetes Counsellor
PGD Food and Nutrition, M.Sc. Nutrition , Level 2 Diabetes Educator
Everything thing good Alhumdulliah
Diploma in Therapeutic Feeding , Diploma in Therapeutic Feeding, BS Therapeutic Feeding
Diabetologist, Pediatrician, Nutritionist
M.B.B.S., M.M.C.H (Pediatrics), PGD Nutrition, Dip. in Diabetes (DMC)
He is very good and polite doctor. Listen carefully and guide properly
Nutritionist, General Physician, Dietitian
MBBS, PGD (ALOU)
Definitely will be keeping him as my doctor.Dr. Munir Hussain Shah listened to me and took the time to explain what was wrong.
A nutritionist (ماہرغذائیت) is a dietary counsellor and expert. Having studied food sciences, they have knowledge of the dietary stipulations of a wide range of illnesses. They guide people to help them make educated food choices, as what we eat has a profound impact on our health.
As different ages and genders have different dietary needs, nutritionists are trained to treat patients from all ages and backgrounds. They work in different capacities in a wide range of work domains, like clinics, industries, private practices etc.
People who have diseases like diabetes, hypertension etc. can greatly improve their condition by making the correct dietary choices. Lack of proper dietary considerations can end up harming them as well. Hence, they should a nutritionist to get a special diet plan (پرہیزی غذا).
Anyone with special dietary requirements such as pregnant women, growing children, the elderly should also visit food specialists as nutrition marks the space between their wellbeing and complications otherwise.
Many nutritionists (ماہرغذا) work in hospitals, where they devise diet plans for patients and educate them regarding their eating habits. Not only do they have to consider patients’ condition when making diet plans, but also budgetary constraints. Nutritionists are responsible for keeping track of the patient's progress and changing the diet plan accordingly.
The most common nutritional deficiencies in Pakistan include:
|Deficiency||Percentage Of Patients|
|Vitamin A Deficiency||14%|
|Zinc and B-Complex Deficiency||28%|
In order to register as a dietician in Pakistan, one has to do their undergraduate in a dietetics program like a bachelor’s in human nutrition or home economics (but with specialization in food and nutrition). It is important to do it from an institute registered with the Pakistan Nutrition and Dietetic Society.
After graduation, one has to complete a 6-month internship or training in their respective field of interest i.e., clinical dietetics or public health nutrition. Once that is done, one then has to clear the registration exam with the Pakistan Nutrition and Dietetic Society. Upon successfully passing the exam, one becomes a certified nutritionist.
There are many types of nutritionists:
An expert of nutrition, food specialists help people live healthier lifestyles, by eating well (متوازن خوراک ). There are many patients who suffer from chronic illnesses that have specific dietary requirements. It’s the job of a nutritionist (ماہرغذا) to tell people what they should be eating and what is off limits to them.
Post-operation patients also have special dietary needs to help their bodies recover from the trauma sustained during surgery. Nutritionists (ماہرغذائیت) working in the hospitals then create diet plan befitting the patients and their existing conditions.
Diet experts also function as weight loss (وزن کی کمی) counsellors. Obesity and being overweight comes with a plethora of problems that affect mental, emotional, physical and social wellbeing. By making diet plans (ڈایٹ پلان), nutritionist help patients get rid of the extra pounds.
Dieticians likewise also help underweight people as well, since that can be dangerous for the patient’s health as well. They help their patients gain healthy weight (وزن کو بڑھانا), healthy being the operative word. They also counsel pregnant women over the nutrition choices. The mother’s diet paves way for the health of the child and is an essential role.