During Christmas, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate and thereby creating plenty of chances to overeat and drink in plenty. It is really quite difficult as you want to look fit and slim in your party dress and at the same time enjoy all that’s there at the party – the food and the drinks.  Dietician Sheela Seharawat says that you can enjoy your festivities the way you want to without compromising on the food and drinks with simple ways to reduce calories intakes. 
Eat some healthy and filling stuff before attending a party. Everything looks appealing and enticing when you are hungry. Remember alcohol lowers your willpower. Go for a tall drink with plenty of liquid and consume it very slowly over some time. This will limit your alcohol intake and keep you hydrated. Resist bear and eat some salads or soup before the main food. 

The problem of weight has become an epidemic all across the globe. It poses serious health hazards and hence should be taken care of from the early onsite. If you are overweight and serious about your health, immediately consult Diet Clinic and take advantage of the numerous programs and diet plans carefully crafted by their founder Dietician Sheela Seharawat according to your need and requirements. 
Diet Clinic helps in weight management through diets and exercises.

As a community service Diet Clinic organizes fitness camps with loads of benefits as mentioned below:-

  • Conducts regular meetings and public seminars to educate people on the benefits of good health.
  • Organizes nutritional classes where they teach people to cook and eat high value nutritious foods and balanced meals. 
  • Appoints trainer and experts to make you learn the correct techniques of healthy living and eating. 

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Diet Clinic ® is a program of regular follow-up visits/ telephonic/ contact during the diet plans phase of the program. Results may vary from patient to patient. Rapid weight loss may be associated with certain medical conditions and should only be considered by those who are medically appropriate.