Yoga, Naturopathy Consultant, Nutrition & Dietician (Gold Medalist) 

Contact Doctor for following services:

Consultations available for: 

Healthy lifestyle                                            Naturopathy Treatment                                      Home remedies                                          Diseases (all)

Yoga & Meditation                                       Diet plan                                                                        Anger Management                                 Stress Management

Personality Development                        Sujok Therapy                                                            Reiki Therapy                                               Zero oil cooking methods

Spiritual Healing                                            Psycho Counselling                                                Book: Zero & Low oil Prakratik Aahar (Pakv aahar sahit)

Book: Aarogya Shakahar: Jeevan ka Shringar                                                                     

CDs also available


Food is known to be the most essential need of life. So, obviously we prefer tastier food.

But ‘cooking with no oil,’ ‘zero oil cooking,’ or ‘no oil cooking’ gives taste? Does taste and

health go hand in hand? Yes it does! It’s not just about eliminating oil from your regular

recipes and cooking them, in fact it’s about having balanced diet.
I believe in treating anybody with healthy food cooked in zero or less oil but still tasty

rather than medicines. Comfort food (snacks) can also be cooked and served with zero oil.
All foods contain some percentage of fat. Be it wheat, pulses, vegetables, fruits, skimmed milk, cottage cheese, yogurt, cloves, cinnamon, sesame seeds or mustard seeds. When we eat a healthy balanced diet, in a variety of menus, all invisible fat included in this way is just perfect for a healthy diet.
Heart diseases occur from blockage in the coronary arteries caused by any kind of oily food. Today’s busy lifestyle doesn’t permit time for the required amount of exercise, so it all comes down to a diet that is sans oil, fatty acids or calories. By eating non-oily food, the fatty deposits in our body start depleting, which in turn reduces the risk of developing a blockage. It also results in weight reduction and stabilising blood pressure. Digestion improves significantly, so acidity and gastric pain are kept at bay.
There is a down side of going completely fat free. Fat is a concentrated source of energy and is essential for the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. It helps in growth and development. Also it acts as lubricant for our bone joints. A totally fat-free diet deprives the body of Essential Fatty Acids and it could lead to growth retardation, skin lesions and liver degeneration.
It is better to follow a diet that is low in fat but healthy in essential proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. No oil or less oil cooking can help you maintain optimum health.

Nutritious Peanut Papaya


Unripe papaya (grated)            400 grams
Paneer (diced)                                100 grams
Capsicum (chopped)                   20 grams
Cucumber                                         300 grams
Tomato                                               100 grams
Peanut (sprouted                         100 grams
Raw mango (kairi, grated)       50 grams
Beetroot                                            1 small
Jaggery                                               25 grams
Sesame seeds                                 10 grams
Green chilly (chopped)             1

Coriander                                          Little
Lemon juice                                     2 spoons
Salt, white pepper                       To taste

Mix all the ingredients. Chatpati chaat is ready.


  •  Papaya is good source of vitamin A.
  • Cucumber, paneer and papaya are good for skin and eyes.


Do's & Don'ts

  • Regular walking for 30 minutes
  • Tea, coffee, sugar
  • Chew well
  • Cold & refrigerated food
  • Yoga / Exercise / Gymnasium / Meditation
  • Spicy & chilly food
  • Predominantly raw diet
  • Excess mental or physical strain
  • 12-15 glasses of water
  • Alcohol, tobacco, smoking
  • The rule of fasting
  • Oily & fried food
  • Necessary rest
  • Non-veg (egg, meat, fish)
  • Meditation & prayer
  • Confectionary food
  • Smiling
  • Too much indulgence
  • Feedback
  • Sweets & namkeen
  • Positive thinking
  • Anger
  • Healthy discussions
  • Irritations
  • Relaxation training
  • Negative thinking
  • Relatives or moral supporters
  • Eating food at fast speed
  • Music
  • Fight
  • Reading good books or articles
  • Isolate oneself                                                        


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Dr. Kiran Gupta

Daily Healthy Diet 

  • Wake up early in the morning at 5’o clock.
  • Smile cheerfully and give  ‘Thanks’ to God.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Then go for walk or do Yogasans.


  • Have lemon-honey drink (1 glass water + 2 spoon lemon juice + 2 spoon honey)
  • Eat plenty of seasonal Fruits like papaya/ orange/ apple/amla.
  • Eat soaked dry fruits like raisins (20) /black current(7/8) + fig (2) + almond (5) + walnut (2).
  • Eat sprouted moong, methi, chana etc.


  • Constructive Diet: Wholesome flour chapatti, Unpolished rice, little sprout pulses, green vegetables, curd/ butter milk.
  • Chew food well. Drink water after an hour of taking food.
  • After 3-4 hours eat citric fruits or vegetable juice /soups.


  • Eat light food at 7-8 o’ clock.
  • Drink 1 glass of milk with turmric at 10 o’ clock.

*Diet plan is subjected to change according to one's health, age, fitness and diseases.

**Add fasting, yoga and meditation for best results.