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In today’s episode, Himani and Kalyani chat to Ms. Meenu Agarwal, an eminent clinical dietician and trainer who has helped more than 7000 clients globally and is also a mother of a cricketing daughter.

Meenu dispels many myths and has much to say about children’s nutrition. Some of the main topics she addresses are

  • What is an ideal diet for a child?
  • Meat is a staple food in many households,. How much meat should a child eat?
  • Eggs are available in a huge variety and price range, how to choose the right ones?
  • Why do children reach puberty earlier today?
  • If Olive oil and Ghee are one of the best options for our health, can we use it daily?
  • Do you follow any do’s and don’ts  for grocery shopping?
  • How to deal with obesity amongst childfren?
  • What  sources of protein are there for vegetarians?


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