Dt. Tejender Kaur Sarna Dietitian in Mumbai

Dt. Tejender Kaur Sarna
Dietitian, Mumbai

Ph.D, M.Sc. in Nutrition

  • Languages :English, Hindi, Punjabi, Rajasthani


  • Dietetics

  • Obesity


  • Weight management
  • Healthy weight gain
  • Healthy weight loss
  • Weaning and lactation diet
  • Post pregnancy weight loss
  • Supplementary and complementary feeding 
  • Adolescent healthy food habits and physical activity management


PGD in Preventive and Promotive healthcare

Practice Information

GHK Rite Diet Clinic, Mumbai

GHK Rite Diet Clinic, Mumbai

A-4304, DB Woods, Gokuldham, Goregaon (East), Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400063

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • PhD in childhood obesity
  • 2014:Sarna TK and Singh N.  Nutritional status of children 10-14 years at 47th Annual National Conference of Indian Dietetic Association, held from 21st-23rd December, 2014 at AIIMS New Delhi.
  • 2013: Sarna TK and Bhardwaj N. Working mothers and weaning practices: an urban paradox; Presented at “Right to Food: National & International dimensions”International Conference organised byJaipur National University, Jaipur, 27th -28th April 2013
  • 2013: Sarna TK and Singh S. Lotus Stem Powder: A fast food way to combat anaemia in women and young girls;Presented at “Wellness Convention: Nutrition, Health & Fitness”;National Convention organised by Department of Nutrition & Dietetics Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad;16th -17th Oct.2012
  • 2012: Sarna TK and Singh S. Lotus stem powder: an urgent call for policy makers; Presented at “Intellectual Property Rights: Current & Future Prospects”; National Conference organised by Department of Biotechnology, The IIS University, Jaipur;12th – 13th Oct, 2012
  • 2011: Sarna TK.Demonstrations: Best way to Educate the uneducated ones; Presented at  Reflective& Explorative Trends in Education;National Seminar organised byICG Institute of Educational Research &Development, Jaipur;31st March, 2011
  • 2010: Sarna TK and Singh N. Childhood Obesity: A Call for Lifestyle Correction;Presented at Nutrition & Health; State Conference organised byIDA, Jaipur Chapter &Department of Home Science University of Rajasthan, Jaipur;25th-26th Nov,2010
  • Indian Dietetic Association
  • Nutrition Society of India
  • The Society of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (IAPEN)


Honey (मधु/ शहद) is a highly natural nutritious food available to us since ages. It is believed to be traditional, acceptable, accessible safe and natural.
Honey is said to facilitate better physical performance & resistance to fatigue, and promotes higher mental efficiency.
Honey is full of antioxidants, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties so it is best for children and sportsmen.

Mothers are advised to add honey to their children's milk instead for sugar.It can be applied on wounds as it can reduce infection, pain and provide comfort. Intake of honey in throat infections, soothes the URT infection and treats the infections as well.

Honey with lime and warm water is believed to help in weight management. Due to its free-radical scavenging and antioxidant property, honey is a good cardio-protective agent too.It is also believed that honey is better than sugar for diabetics.

Honey is found effective in handling after effects of chemotherapy- as it heals wounds,burns,and various skin ailments-it plays a major role in cancer care.

Having honey in kitchen can help you out in emergencies.

Nonetheless, its anti-ageing so can be directly applied (with grated almond) on face to have instant glowing effects.