Lifestyle Diseases Fitness

For conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes, High BP, joint pain, PCOS & PCOD, Cholesterol, Acidity, Headache, Constipation etc. Meal planning & lifestyle changes are the focal points of this program.

  • Safe
  • Natural
  • Sustainable

I am Rupali Shevade, a Qualified Nutritionist, a Certified Fitness Trainer & a Lifestyle Coach. I would love to work with you to achieve your fitness goals. If you are ready to change yourself, I am just an appointment away !!

Rupali Shevade

Diet Coach

Whats Included

  • Counselling (Body Checkup, Lifestyle Analysis, Goal Setting)
  • Sustainable Program & Planner
  • 12 One on One Training Sessions
  • Personalised Meal Plans as per your Medical status
  • Weekly checkups
  • Easy to Follow Exercises
  • Regular followup & Guidance
  • Tips & Tricks

FAQ

What are some examples of lifestyle diseases ?

Lifestyle disease: A disease associated with the way a person or group of people lives. Lifestyle diseases include high blood pressure, overweight or obesity, acidity, migraine, constipation, irregular menstrual cycle, hair fall and type 2 diabetes; and diseases associated with smoking and alcohol and drug abuse.

How can we prevent lifestyle diseases?

Balanced diet which is full of all required nutrition for life + Healthy Habits + Healthy Lifestyle + Moderate exercise + stress free activities will help you to deal with lifestyle diseases.

Can I lose weight easily if I am a Type 2 diabetic ?

Yes, you can easily lose weight if you are Type 2 diabetic. Your diet and exercise will change as per your medical condition.

Can acidity be cured by diet ?

Yes, we can plan diet considering meal intervals, quantity and quality of food you consume and you will see amazing results of your acidity issues.

How can I avoid constipation?

Constipation is one of the lifestyle diseases. Calculated fiber, water intake can help you to avoid constipation

Is Cholesterol bad for our health ?

Your body needs cholesterol to build healthy cells, but high levels of cholesterol can increase your risk of heart disease. With high cholesterol, you can develop fatty deposits in your blood vessels.

Can overweight be the reason for knee or joint pain ?

Yes it can be one of the reasons. Knee and hip pain due to a sedentary lifestyle or work environment is common and most likely is associated with muscle imbalances and lack of flexibility.

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