FAQs

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Diet & Nutrition Health Center?

    Diet & Nutrition Services treats healthy individuals as well as those being seen for acute or chronic illnesses or conditions. Our program is for anyone who has concerns and questions about their diet, feedings, foods, growth and development, special diets and healthy eating.

  • What is nutrigenomic testing?

    Nutritional Genomics is the scientific study of individualized genetics and nutrition. Nutrigenomics testing identifies a patient's genetic protein variations to identify sites of metabolic weakness. These key proteins are involved in signaling pathways in the cell, enzyme conversion and nutritional delivery.

  • How is The Nutrigenomic Testing Done?

    The DNA test for nutrigenomics is a simple swab of the inside of your mouth. That's sent off to a lab for analysis, and you get the results a few weeks later. Labs may analyze 70 or more different genes.

  • What is the best diet for a diabetic?

    Cut back on fried foods, sweets, sugary drinks, and anything salty or fatty. Focus instead on lots of veggies, with whole grains, lean protein, low-fat dairy, fruit, and healthy fats. You may need to eat every few hours to keep your blood sugar levels steady.

  • How Long Do I Need to Follow The Advice?

    It's not enough to eat healthy foods and exercise for only a few weeks or even months if you want long-term, successful weight management. These habits must become a way of life. Lifestyle changes start with taking an honest look at your eating patterns and daily routine.

  • What Are the Negative Aspects Of The Diet?

    The negative effects of dieting can obstruct the ability of the body to manage and cope with the sudden changes caused due to dieting itself. To have a better understanding of the negative effects of dieting, you may need to have better knowledge of few of the variables that are met with the human body that ensures whether dieting results in better or worse.

  • How Do I Make an Appointment With Your Office?

    Dr.Dolly Clinic is 24x7 available for your service . You can contact Dr. Dolly Gogia over phone or online to get solutions to your problems

  • How Does Your Weight Loss Program Work?

    Some people seem to lose weight more quickly and more easily than others. But everyone loses weight by burning more calories than are eaten. The bottom line is calories count. To lose weight, you need to eat fewer calories or burn more calories through physical activity.

  • How Long Will It Take To Get My Results?

    The first stage of weight loss is when you tend to lose the most weight and begin to notice changes in your appearance and how your clothes fit. It usually happens within the first 4-6 weeks ( 1 ). its all depend how mush you follow guideline

  • What is the difference between first-, second-, and third-degree burns?

    First-degree burns are red and painful. They swell a little and turn white when you press on them. The skin over the burn may peel off in a day or two. This is the least severe type of burn, affecting only the outer layer of skin. Second-degree burns have blisters and are painful. They affect both the outer and thicker middle layer of skin. Third-degree burns cause damage to all layers of the skin. The burned skin looks white or charred. These burns may cause little or no pain if nerves are damaged.

  • How can I treat sunburn?
    • Apply a cold compress to the affected area(s).
    • Take Tylenol (acetaminophen) to relieve discomfort or aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDs, like Motrin) to relieve discomfort and inflammation.
    • Apply a cooling gel or ointment containing aloe vera (fragrance free), or an over-the-counter 1% hydrocortisone cream to the affected area.
    • Drink a lot of water to prevent dehydration.
    • Donít break the blisters or peel the dead skin.

    In cases of severe sunburn or sunstroke, see your doctor immediately.

  • Is Illness or an infection cause skin rash?

    Several viral infections can cause a rash accompanied by other symptoms. Some viruses such as Chicken pox and measles cause a typical rash that is easily diagnosed, while others may not be characteristic of any specific virus. The rash on its own is not considered serious and usually subsides with time and treatment.

  • Is skin rashes be life-threatening?

    Certain serious diseases do cause a skin rash that is the primary symptom and must be addressed immediately. The rash presents with blisters affecting both the skin and the mucous membranes such as mouth, genitals & eyes. Such diseases include Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), pemphigus vulgaris , toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), Toxic shock syndrome (TSS), Scalded skin syndrome etc.

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