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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Preeti Naik, Sonali Sawant, Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal

An Observational Study on Alpha-Linolenic Acid Consumption in Children Between 1 to 6 years and Correlation with their Gender and Body Mass Index

Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) aids in developing cognition and behavior in early childhood. This observational study thus helps to understand consumption pattern of this essential nutrient in regular diet of children (1-6 years) with respect to their gender and BMI.

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Oct 2020 | Oral | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Ruchira Ranadive, Tejal Lathia , Bijal Furia

Micronutrient imbalances in people with type 2 diabetes- A software aided analysis of one week food diary

In people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus little is known on the existing micronutrient imbalances. A deficiency in magnesium, calcium and zinc levels, insulin resistance is increased, and oral magnesium, calcium and zinc supplementation has been found to improve insulin sensitivity and metabolic control.

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Dec 2020 | Original research paper | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Neeti Gulati, Zoya Anis, Harshi Thakkar

Comparison Of Dietary Calcium Intake In Children Going To Low And Middle Socio-Economic Status Schools In Mumbai And Navi Mumbai

Calcium is crucial for childhood bone development and intake may vary depending on food consumed across socio-economic backgrounds. Thus a comparative study helps understands the relationship between dietary calcium intake in school-going children belonging to low and middle socio-economic backgrounds.

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Nov 2020 | Original research paper | By Madhura Joshi, Sonali Sawant, Zoya Anis, Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal

Correlation Between Diet Preferences And Protein Consumption In Low Socio Economic Female Adolescents

A comparative study to understand link between protein intake and diet preference across Body Mass Index (BMI) categories in female adolescents belonging to low socio economic group.

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Jul 2019 | Original research paper | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Priya Karkera, Jayesh Sawant, Shailesh Gupta

New Paradigm in Nutrition Practice-Initial Findings From Ntuitive Software

Technology can be a crucial asset in nutrition care if utilised to practice effectively. Thus the development of Ntuitive software brings perfect combination of nutrition and technology by simplifying the work of multi-tasking nutritionists.

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Monica Gill, Sonica Gill

Formula Derivation for total calorific requirement in Young Athletes (8 to 17 years)

Balancing energy intake with energy expenditure is crucial to prevent an energy deficit or excess. This interventional study thus derives total calorific requirement for a young athlete depending on their age, gender, body weight, type and duration/day of sport.

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Jan 2021 | Review article | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Sanjay Kalra, Tejal Lathia

What’s in a Name? Redefining Type 2 Diabetes Remission

An article that explores existing definitions and simplifies the current knowledge of diabetes remission and proposes a contemporary and comprehensive framework to help define the clinical state as well as suggest a pragmatic approach to counsel patients.

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Jan 2018 | Oral | By Jayesh Sawant, Dr Arbinder Singal, Shailesh Gupta

New Paradigm In Nutrition Practice - Intial Findings From Ntuitive Software

Technology can be a crucial asset in nutrition care if utilised to practice effectively. Thus the development of Ntuitive software brings perfect combination of nutrition and technology by simplifying the work of multi-tasking nutritionists.

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Jan 2020 | Poster | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Shefali Bhardwaj, Ruchira Ranadive, Sonali Sawant, Tejal Lathia

Personalised continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) based nutrition coaching has positive impact on time in range (TIR) in 14 days in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus

Experimental study using Personalised Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS) based nutrition coaching on Type 2 Diabetic Patients showing positive correlation in Time in Range (TIR) and Glycosylated Hemoglobin within 2 weeks to reduce diabetes related complications.

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Jan 2020 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Prashi Mohan, Neetu Abraham, Gauri Bhisale

Comparison Of Total Fat Content Between Vegetarian And Non Vegetarian Soups Commonly Consumed In India

An experimental study comparing the fat content in Vegetarian and Non vegetarian soups in order to evaluate the accuracy of the assumption that vegetarian soups are always fat free and non-veg soups have higher fat content.

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Jan 2018 | Poster | By Dr. Shekhar Patil, Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal

Nutritional Management Of Pyridoxine Dependent Epilepsy – Case Based Approach

A case study on the effect of nutritional management of a rare autosomal disorder (Pyridoxine Dependent Epilepsy)

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Jan 2021 | Poster | By Shefali Bhardwaj, Vishal Kini, Sneha Kothari, Piya Ballani, Misbah Shaikh, Mahesh Padsalge, Kirti Samudra, Jasjeet Wasir, Bijal Furia, Archana Juneja, Ruchira Ranadive, Sanjay Kalra, Sonali Sawant, Dr. Sugandh Goel, Dr Arbinder Singal

Significant Reduction In HbA1c And BMI After Three Months Of Personalized Glycemic Response Based Coaching For Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

Interventional study evaluating benefits of using Personalised Glycemic response based coaching with Ambulatory glucose monitoring (AGM) in correlation with dietary intake to improve awareness about dietary and lifestyle changes and thereby reducing HbA1c and BMI in Type 2 Diabetic patients.

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Zoya Anis, Sonali Sawant, Harshi Thakkar

Correlation Between Diet Preference And Protein Consumption In Low Socio Economic Female Adolescents

A comparative study to understand link between protein intake and diet preference across Body Mass Index (BMI) categories in female adolescents belonging to low socio economic group.

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Dr. Samta Mittal, Dr Arbinder Singal, Zoya Anis, Priya Karkera, Harshi Thakkar, Bijal Vora

Comparison Of Dietary Calcium Intake In Children Going To Low And Middle Socio-Economic Status Schools In Mumbai And Navi Mumbai

Calcium is crucial for childhood bone development and intake may vary depending on food consumed across socio-economic backgrounds. Thus a comparative study helps understands the relationship between dietary calcium intake in school-going children belonging to low and middle socio-economic backgrounds.

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Jan 2019 | Oral | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Jayesh Sawant, Pankaj Chavan, Disha Bagadia, Harshi Thakkar

Ntuitive Calculator – An Effective Mobile Tool For Nutritionist

An explanatory research on Ntuitive calculator, a path-breaking, ready-reckoner mobile application with high end technology created by nutritionists and technology developers. It provides quick and authentic nutrient values of raw ingredients and cooked recipes.

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Jan 2018 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Sonali Sawant

Correlation Of Low Protein Dietary Intake In Children When Compared With Their BMI

An observational study to correlate protein consumption of children (1-17 years) with respect to their BMI according to Indian Academy of Paediatrics growth charts and understand the severity of deficiency.

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Jan 2018 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Zoya Anis, Dr Arbinder Singal

A Study On BMI Values And Classification On Gender Using Indian Academy Of Pediatrics Standards: A Fitterfly Survey On School Children

A survey on school children to provide knowledge regarding the BMI values and classification on gender using Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) Standards and understand the association of health risks at a young age.

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Priya Karkera, Madhura Joshi, Vaishali Ratnam, Dr. Samta Mittal, Tulsi Tawani

Pre-Surgical Micronutrients Intake In Children – A Navi Mumbai Based Pilot Observational Study

An observational study assessing the nutrients whose deficit can impair post-surgical healing in children to prevent muscle loss, malnutrition, infection and decreased wound healing.

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Jan 2020 | Poster | By Tanvi Dawda, Avantika Agre, Prashi Mohan, Priya Karkera

Effect Of Soaking At Different Time Intervals On Hydration Level And Germination In Whole Green Gram

An experimental study showing the effect of soaking at four different time intervals with respect to the role of imbibition of water on hydration and rate of sprouting of whole green gram.

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Sep 2020 | Abstract | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Tejal Lathia , Ruchira Ranadive, Bijal Vora, Shefali Bhardwaj

Micronutrient imbalances in people with type 2 diabetes- A software aided analysis of one week food diary

In people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus little is known on the existing micronutrient imbalances. A deficiency in magnesium, calcium and zinc levels, insulin resistance is increased, and oral magnesium, calcium and zinc supplementation has been found to improve insulin sensitivity and metabolic control.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Priya Karkera, Shivani Chavan, Dr Arbinder Singal, Mansi kumat, Aafiya khot

Observational study comparing recent standards of estimation (EAR and RDA 2020 values) of the risk of deficiency and the dietary iron intake in women, keeping in mind the severity of iron deficiency anaemia in India.

Observational study comparing recent standards of estimation (EAR and RDA 2020 values) of the risk of deficiency and the dietary iron intake in women, keeping in mind the severity of iron deficiency anaemia in India.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Zoya Anis, Rachna Nair, Prashi Mohan

Developing Machine Learning Algorithm To Autogenerate Scientifically Validated Diet Plans For Children Of The Age Group 2-10 Years

An approach to build a prototype to give predictive and precise nutrition diet plan using machine learning (ML) algorithm with the intent to bridge the gap between Paediatric nutrition and technology.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Debjani M Arora, Shefali Bhardwaj, Jayesh Sawant

Algorithm-based content personalisation to identify & improve patient knowledge and adherence for people with diabetes

Diabefly’s personalised content strategy uses incremental, positive and personalised reinforcements. It is aimed at making sustainable long-term behavioural changes to improve patient behaviour, thus improving diabetes and health outcomes.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Eesha Kanade, Amrata Jaykar, Dr Arbinder Singal, Priya Karkera, Neeti Gulati, Prashi Mohan

Real-time digital tracking of food nutritive value and its association with weight loss behaviours

Fitterfly food database is the largest (over 9000 items) and deepest (all macro & micronutrients) dataset. Reset23 weight management program, using this database for real-time, app-based food tracking, diet, and exercise guidance using personalized reinforcements is capable of making sustainable, long-lasting behavioural changes to manage weight.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Tejal Lathia , Eesha Kanade, Amrata Jaykar, Neeti Gulati

The benefit of digital therapeutics on patient-reported outcomes in girls with PCOS

Patient-Reported Outcomes evaluate the emotional and social impact of PCOS and its treatments. Along with traditional clinical treatment, a digital therapeutic program can help doctors overcome problems of low motivation in PCOS, provide lifestyle as well as psycho-social support, and answer patient queries without investing time.

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal, Disha Bagadia, Zoya Anis, Madhura Joshi, Sonali Sawant, Preeti Naik, Harshi Thakkar, Kirtana Nayak

Study Of Carbohydrate & Fiber Among Overweight And Obese Students Between Age Group Of 5-18 Years In Mumbai

An observation study to understand Carbohydrate and Fiber consumption among obese and overweight children (5 - 18 years) in order to spread awareness and encourage healthy food choices to prevent the risk of obesity.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Jayesh Sawant, Tejal Lathia

Graphical analysis of diabetes related symptoms to identify primary and secondary linkages and corresponding firstline advice – A coder’s perspective

Among digital flowcharts for managing diabetes, we found a striking lack of any linkages or easy to follow depictions. The twofold aim was to create a map for patients to identify their symptoms and use it as a reference tool for coders to develop into a software. Having access to easy-to-understand information may help clinicians guide the patients and patients seeking explanation on their own for their symptoms

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Feb 2021 | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Dr. Sonal Jain

Role of Insurance in Digital Therapeutics: Providing a Reliable and Affordable Treatment Approach to Policyholders

Digital therapeutics startups, payers, and other stakeholders are getting on board for transforming the treatment standards. Nowadays, digital therapeutics has expanded its horizons to evidence-based wellness, chronic diseases such as diabetes, and sleep disorder apps. For digital therapeutics companies investing in novel products, the lack of public health insurance coverage is a major limiting factor.

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Jan 2018 | Poster | By Priya Karkera, Zoya Anis, Dr Arbinder Singal

Intake Of Macro And Micronutrients Among Girls And Boys In Navi Mumbai And Thane District- A Comparative Study

A comparative study on macro- and micro-nutrient intake among girls and boys aged 1-17 years in order to create awareness about importance of essential nutrients and their role in child’s growth and development.

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Sep 2020 | Abstract | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Sushant Thappa, Tejal Lathia , Jayesh Sawant

Graphical analysis of diabetes related symptoms to identify primary and secondary linkages and corresponding firstline advice – A coder’s perspective

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Madhura Joshi, Sonali Sawant, Tejal Lathia , Shefali Bhardwaj

Effect of an interactive lifestyle coaching program (Diabefly) on calorie and macronutrient intake in people with type 2 diabetes

An observational study to determine the effect of an interactive lifestyle coaching program on calorie and macronutrient intake in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

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Sep 2020 | Abstract | By Dr. Samta Mittal, Eesha Kanade, Neeti Gulati, Amrata Jaykar, Prashi Mohan, Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal

Real-time digital tracking of food nutritive value and its association with weight loss behaviours

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Sep 2020 | Abstract | By Dr. Samta Mittal, Tejal Lathia , Eesha Kanade, Amrata Jaykar, Neeti Gulati

The benefit of digital therapeutics on patient-reported outcomes in girls with PCOS

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Jan 2019 | Poster | By Dr. Samta Mittal, Dr Arbinder Singal, Madhura Joshi, Jayesh Sawant, Pankaj Chavan, Priya Karkera

Fitterfly Doctor’s App’- Preliminary Findings From The Mobile Referral Tool

An explanatory study on the doctor friendly interface (Fitterfly doctor’s app). It is a mobile compatible application created for better communication, easier referencing and tracking of patient outcomes.

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Jan 2021 | By Tejal Lathia , Mahesh Padsalge, Jasjeet Wasir, Archana Juneja, Kirti Samudra, Piya Ballani, Sanjay Kalra, Sneha Kothari, Vishal Kini, Sonali Sawant, Ruchira Ranadive, Dr. Sugandh Goel, Misbah Shaikh, Bijal Furia, Dr Arbinder Singal, Shefali Bhardwaj

Significant Reduction in Hba1c and BMI After Three Months of Personalized Glycemic Response Based Coaching for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

Interventional study evaluating benefits of using personalised Glycemic response based coaching with Ambulatory glucose monitoring (AGM) in correlation with dietary intake to improve awareness about dietary and lifestyle changes and thereby reducing HbA1c and BMI in Type 2 Diabetic patients.

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Jan 2020 | Oral | By Sonali Sawant, Shefali Bhardwaj, Bijal Vora, Tejal Lathia , Dr Arbinder Singal

Software- based nutrition analysis for protein and fibre intake in people with type 2 diabetes

An observational study to evaluate imbalance in protein and fibre intake among people with type 2 diabetes.

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Jan 2020 | Poster | By Tejal Lathia , Shefali Bhardwaj, Madhura Joshi, Dr Arbinder Singal, Sonali Sawant, Ruchira Ranadive, Swati Thoda, Bijal Vora

Remote personalised continuous glucose monitoring (CGMS) based nutritional coaching reduces glycosylated hemoglobin (HBA1C) at 90 days

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Sep 2020 | Abstract | By Dr Arbinder Singal, Shefali Bhardwaj, Jayesh Sawant, Sudipta Satpathy

Algorithm-based content personalisation to identify & improve patient knowledge and adherence for people with diabetes

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Jan 2019 | Oral | By Preeti Naik, Zoya Anis, Sonali Sawant, Disha Bagadia, Harshi Thakkar, Kirtana Nayak, Priya Karkera, Dr Arbinder Singal

An Observational Study on Protein Intake in Children Aged Between 7-9 Years and Its Relation to Their Gender and Body Mass Index

An observational retrospective study to understand the co-relation of protein consumption of children aged 7-9 years with respect to their Gender and BMI as childhood malnutrition is known to be associated with non-communicable diseases in later stages of life.

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