• How many calories should I consume in a day?

    There are various ranges given for men and women. However, each individual is so unique that standard calorific requirements do not fit everyone. There are healthy and fit adults who thrive on even 1000 calories a day and some require 2500 calories.

    Further, calorie requirements change even in an individual based on age, lifestyle changes, season and type of work. These changes are not small and the body cannot adjust to the same intake at all times. Even within a given year, your requirement varies.

  • So Should I stop counting calories?
  • How do I know how much food do I require?
  • How much should I eat at each meal?
  • How often should I eat?
  • How useful are multi vitamins?
  • How much protein should I have?
  • Does a primarily vegetarian diet create any deficiencies in nutrients?
  • Is there less protein in vegetarian diets as also ‘good’ essential fats?
  • How much water should I have?
  • Is there any diet to make me have a great body?

    If there is anyone who claims to make you slim or fat or well built purely based on diets alone is probably pushing a fad diet on you. Such diet plans may show results in the short term but create long term internal changes and deficits which are not good from a health point of view. Weight management and body improvement can happen only by making lifestyle changes along with a proper diet. A nutritionally balanced diet at all points of time is the key to a healthier life.

  • Is dieting or fasting helpful?
  • I want to lose weight fast. What can I do?
  • Are weight loss supplements useful? Should they be taken?
  • I am not happy with the way I look. What should I do?

    Diet is about leading a healthy lifestyle. If your health indicators are good and you have a balanced life, you need not worry about your body. Each person has a different body structure. You could be on the thinner side, chubbier side or built side. This is determined by genetics. If you try to go against that to get a perfect body, you can do long term damage to yourself.

  • Is there any diet or diet plan to manage stress?
  • What are the best indicators of good health?
  • I am pregnant. What should I do about my diet?
  • I have put on weight post pregnancy. Is there any quick way to lose weight?
  • Are there any special diet requirements for various health problems like diabetes, blood pressure, respiratory, etc?
  • What is special about the wellzee diet plans?

    It is a diet schedule which takes into account your lifestyle, work schedules and food preferences. You need to have customized diets for your needs.

  • What does the diet plan take into account?
  • Can I get a customized diet plan for myself or for a family member?
  • What options do the plans have?
  • Do I need to count calories or worry about an occasional outing or late dinner?
  • Is alcohol allowed while following the diet plans?
  • Is any kind of supplementation required with the Wellzee diet plans?
  • Do Wellzee diet plans ensure weight loss?