Complimentary Consultation in Clinic / Online | €150

Since everyone has a unique makeup shaped by their genes, lifestyle, gut microbes, and medical history, we provide personalised nutrition that is tailored to you as an individual and your needs.

Our expertise is nutrition science, focusing on assisting people to address specific health concerns, with science-backed nutrition.

Basic Nutrition Program in Clinic or Online

General Nutrition-Diet

Vitamins in fruits and vegetables. Natural products rich in vitamins as oranges, lemons, red pepper, kiwi,tomatoes, bananas, pears, apples, walnuts, watermelon, hazelnuts, peach and green grape

Healthy eating advice is based on the latest science. The aim is to provide a personalised nutrition advice, with a practical approach to enjoying tasty real food for life to improve your health.

Since everyone has a unique makeup shaped by their genes, lifestyle, gut microbes and medical history, we provide a personalised nutrition that is tailored to you as an individual and your needs.

Our expertise is nutrition science, focusing on assisting people address specific health concerns, with science backed nutrition.

What does the nutritional General Nutrition Consultation include?

In order to book your General Nutritio-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Sports Nutrition-Diet

Optimum nutrition is essential for anyone participating in the sport who wants to fulfil their maximum potential.

Every athlete has individual nutritional requirements depending on their discipline, level, age, health status, and training programme. Our aim is to develop a programme that will take into account your goals, dietary preferences, training schedule, time constraints, and lifestyle. A well balanced and nutritious diet is essential for maintaining good health and getting the best out of your training.

It is important to understand the influence that your diet has on your performance at all levels, and we cannot neglect our nutritional needs if we have a busy lifestyle.

What does the nutritional Sport Nutrition Diet include?

In order to book your Sport Nutritio-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Osteoporosis Nutrition-Diet

Osteoporosis is a condition of the skeleton characterised by a decrease of bone density. This increases susceptibility to fractures, particularly of the hip, wrist, and spine. A diet high in calcium and vitamin D is very important as it provides these essential nutrients in a natural form.

A healthy and balanced diet is fundamental to bone (and general) health because it supplies the protein, carbohydrate and fat, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients vital for tissue renewal and growth. This is important during childhood when new bone is being constantly laid down, and also throughout adult life when old bone is broken down and destroyed, and new bone built up to replace it.

We recommend you attend for an appointment to discuss your individual case and to help you with the best programme for you. We can give you advice on exercises that you can do at home or in your gym or we may refer you to our specialist for a therapeutic massage and through a natural and vast range of essential minerals and other nutrients to maintain a sturdy skeleton

What does the nutritional Osteoporosis Nutrition Diet include?

In order to book your Osteoporosis Nutritio-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Iron deficiency Anaemia Nutrition-Diet

Nutrition-related anemia is caused by inadequate intake and malabsorption of certain vitamins and minerals, such as iron, vitamin B12, vitamin C, folate, and copper. Most people with nutrition-related anemia have iron deficiency anemia, especially women in childbearing age, vegans, and vegetarians, and people who have malabsorption problems (such as gastric surgery, short bowel syndrome, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, long-term use of PPIs, alcoholism). The bodies of vegetarians and vegans need 1.8 times more iron than those of non-vegetarians because the animal form of iron (heme iron) cannot be absorbed by our bodies as readily as the plant-based form.

In the event that you or your child develop signs and symptoms that suggest iron deficiency anemia, see a Clinical Nutritionist therapist who is knowledgeable about this condition. Anemia caused by iron deficiency cannot be self-diagnosed or treated. Iron overload can cause liver damage and other complications because excess iron accumulation can damage the body.

What does the Iron Deficiency Anaemia Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Iron Deficiency Anaemia Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Vegetarian and Vegan Nutrition-Diet

During recent years, more people have started eating vegetarian, others vegan, and others have decided to eliminate meat from their diet.

Do you follow a vegetarian diet but wonder if you are getting enough nutrients to stay healthy? Or perhaps you have recently learned about a vegetarianism and are curious to find out how you can adopt it as a lifestyle?

Firstly, let’s look at the beginning. A vegetarian is someone who for ethical, health or other reasons does not consume meat or poultry. They also may or may not choose to consume eggs and dairy products.

Following a vegetarian diet in a nutritionally balanced manner has consistently been proven to be a very healthy lifestyle choice. It is unfortunate that many people have not done their research in to what their body needs, and they have cut out foods from animal origin and have not replaced those nutrients with other plant-based foods. This can be dangerous in the long-term and can result in malnutrition and nutritional deficiencies.

By consulting with one of our Clinical Nutritionist, you will equip yourself with the knowledge of a nutritionally balanced vegetarian diet and reach your health goals.

What does the Vegetarian Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Iron Deficiency Anaemia Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Elderly Nutrition-Diet

Nutritional levels can be affected quite significantly by the natural aging process. Many elderly people live independently, making it difficult for them to prepare nutritious meals. It is important to provide proper nutrition to elderly since many people are unaware that their nutritional status is impaired, which can lead to malnutrition and serious illness.

I often see aging people in my practice who experience nutrition deficiencies and weight changes for both medical and circumstantial reasons.

Medical conditions and medication can make it hard to get proper nutrition as people age. As a result, elderly people may have difficulty exercising to maintain their muscle strength and appetite due to these conditions.

Some older adults may find it difficult to eat regularly. But having a daily mealtime to look forward to enjoying every day can be good for both physical and mental well-being.

A Clinical Nutritionist therapist will provide you with a meal plan and advice that will help to ensure adequate nutritional levels are maintained and malnutrition is avoided, and your fully balanced diet will help to prevent some of the adverse effects of the natural aging process.

What does the Elderly Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Elderly Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Pregnancy Nutrition-Diet (before/during/after)

Pre-conception nutrition is a vital part of preparing for pregnancy. Factors such as your weight compared with your height and what you eat can play an important role in your health during pregnancy and the health of your developing fetus. A healthy pregnancy diet will promote your baby’s growth and development.

In addition to making healthy food choices, taking daily prenatal vitamins ideally starting at least three months before conception can help ensure you’re getting enough of this essential nutrient.

A varied diet that includes the right amount of healthy foods from the food pyramid provides our bodies with the vitamins and minerals they need each day. However, pregnant women may need to take vitamin or mineral supplements during pregnancy (such as folate and vitamin D).

But before you dive back into any type of physical activity or change your diet you need some expert advice.

At Health & Nutrition Clinic, our team of qualified nutritionist-dieticians will first evaluate your nutrition requirements to have a healthy pregnancy and delivery. After completing the assessment, we will provide a customized pregnancy diet programme that includes the required calorie intake, pregnancy foods, foods to avoid, meal timings, and cooking methods.

What does the pre-conception/during and after pregnancy Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Pre-conception during and after pregnancy Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online. We can’t wait to help!

Gastro-enterology. Gastritis/Ulcers Nutrition-Diet

Gastritis is a common condition that happens when the lining of your stomach becomes inflamed. A chronic (long-term) condition can cause discomfort and should be treated to prevent it from becoming chronic.

Many different factors can contribute to gastroenteritis, including: aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), Helicobacter pylori infection, prolonged vomiting, overproduction of gastric juices, which is a stress response in some people, and backflow of bile from the small intestine (duodenum).

Once the cause is identified, steps can be taken to avoid exposure.

Simple lifestyle changes and nutrition consultation could be all that you need to treat your gastritis if it is mild. However, if it is severe, persistent or not treated correctly, it can lead to further problems.

Clinical Nutritionist-Dietitians will coach you along a journey of self-discovery, equipping you with the skills to change not only nutrition but any area of your health and lifestyle in the future.

What does the nutritional Gastro-Enterology Consultation include?

In order to book your Gastritis/Ulcers Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online. We can’t wait to help!

Constipation Nutrition-Diet

Constipation is a common condition that affects people of all ages. It can mean that you’re not passing stools regularly or you’re unable to completely empty your bowel.

The severity of constipation varies from person to person. Many people only experience constipation for a short time, but for others, constipation can be a long-term (chronic) condition that causes significant pain and discomfort and affects quality of life.

The primary cause for constipation may include: medical history, physical examination, detailed questioning about medications, diet, exercise and lifestyle habits.

People’s experiences with constipation can vary, and what works for one person may not work for another. It’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for an accurate support and a personalized diet plan if you’re struggling with constipation.

Diet and lifestyle changes are usually recommended as the first treatment.

Consult a Clinical Nutritionist professional for a thorough evaluation and personalized treatment plan. They can provide guidance tailored to your specific needs and underlying health conditions.

What does the Constipation Consultation include?

In order to book your Constipation Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online. We can’t wait to help!

Pancreatitis Nutrition-Diet​

Chronic pancreatitis is a long-standing inflammation of the pancreas.

The pancreas is the organ responsible for producing enzymes that support the digestive process and hormones to regulate the way the body processes sugar.

Normally, the pancreas has a soft, smooth surface. During chronic pancreatitis, normal pancreatic cells are gradually destroyed by inflammation.

The clinical nutritionist dietitian will begin by reviewing your medical history, including any previous diagnoses, and treatments related to pancreatitis. They will also inquire about your current symptoms, medications, and any allergies or intolerances you may have.

Clinical nutritionists can assess your current diet, conduct an in-depth discussion on general pancreas health and pancreatitis nutrition, and recommend the diet you should follow based on the severity of your pancreatitis symptoms.

Depending on your specific nutritional needs, the clinical nutritionist dietitian may recommend vitamin and mineral supplements to address potential deficiencies.

Based on your medical history, nutritional status, and symptoms, the clinical nutritionist dietitian will create a personalized meal plan. This plan will focus on low-fat, easy-to-digest foods that reduce the strain on your pancreas. They will also provide guidance on portion control, meal timing, and the types of foods to include and avoid.

What does the Pancreatitis Consultation include?

In order to book your Pancreatitis Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Fatty Liver / NASH Nutrition-Diet​

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is characterized by the accumulation of triglycerides in the hepatocytes of patients who don’t abuse alcohol.

Non-alcohol related fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a long-lasting liver condition caused by having too much fat in the liver.

The progression of NAFLD can be divided into several stages. Having one stage does not mean you will definitely develop the next one. Healthy eating, exercise, and weight loss can slow or even reverse NAFLD, especially if it is early on in the disease’s course.

The clinical nutritionis-dietitian will provide you with dietary recommendations to manage your fatty liver disease. It’s important to understand that these guidelines are tailored to your specific needs and will help improve the health of your liver.

The clinical nutritionist will regularly assess your progress and make adjustments to your diet plan as needed and feel free seek clarification on any of the recommendations. We are here to support your journey toward better liver health.

What does the Fatty Liver / NASH Consultation include?

In order to book your Fatty Liver / NASH Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS Nutrition-Diet​

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestinal disorder that can cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation. While there is no one-size-fits-all diet for IBS, many people find relief from their symptoms by making dietary changes. It’s important to note that what works for one person with IBS may not work for another, so it often requires some trial and error to find the right approach.

Through GP visits at best, you get some short-term relief but it’s not getting to the root cause of the disease.

However, it is important to note that the most common cause can manifest itself in so many different ways, and is often multifactorial in nature.

For personalized guidance, a clinical nutritionist can help you create a tailored diet plan that takes your specific triggers and preferences into account such as a low-FODMAP diet, soluble fiber, probiotics, stress management, gluten and dairy or even eating smaller meals throughout the day may help prevent overloading the digestive system and reduce symptoms.

Be aware that IBS is a highly individualized condition, and what works for one person may not work for another. It’s essential to be patient and persistent in your efforts to manage IBS through diet. Consulting with a clinical nutritionist-dietitian can be a crucial step in finding the right dietary approach for you. Additionally, they can rule out other potential causes of your symptoms and ensure that you are getting the necessary nutrients in your diet.

What does the Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS Consultation include?

In order to book your Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Ulcerative Colitis Nutrition-Diet​

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that can cause inflammation and ulcers in the lining of the colon and rectum. While diet can play a significant role in managing symptoms and reducing flare-ups. It’s essential to work closely with a clinical nutritionist-dietitian, to create a personalized diet and treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.

Nutrition is an important part of your treatment and it is important to make changes to your diet to ensure you are well nourished but also to help minimize symptoms during a flare. There are different diets depending on whether your disease is active, this is often referred to as being in flare.

A clinical nutritionist-dietitian with experience in inflammatory bowel diseases can provide personalized guidance based on your specific condition and dietary preferences.

It’s crucial to keep a food diary to track your symptoms and identify potential trigger foods. Also, communicate regularly with your nutritionist’s team to adjust your diet and treatment plan as needed.

Always consider that UC varies from person to person, and what works for one individual may not work for another. Always consult with your clinical nutritionist regarding making significant dietary changes, and never stop prescribed medications without healthcare professional guidance.

What does the Ulcerative Colitis Consultation include?

In order to book your Ulcerative Colitis Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Diverticular Disease Nutrition-Diet​

Diverticulitis is a condition that affects the digestive system, specifically the colon.

This is a disorder when one or more diverticula become inflamed or infected, leading to symptoms like abdominal pain, fever, and changes in bowel habits. Treatment often involves antibiotics and dietary modifications.

It’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a gastroenterologist or a registered nutritionist-dietitian for personalized advice. They can help determine the severity of your condition, create a customized diet plan, and provide guidance on managing diverticular disease effectively. They may also consider factors like your overall health, medications, and any other underlying conditions you may have.

Dietary changes can play a significant role in managing symptoms and preventing complications.

What does the Diverticulitis Consultation include?

In order to book your Diverticular Disease Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Coeliac Disease Nutrition-Diet​

Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the consumption of gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, triggers an immune response that damages the lining of the small intestine.

The intestinal damage often causes symptoms such as diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss, bloating or anemia. It also can lead to serious complications if it is not managed or treated. In children, malabsorption can affect growth and development in addition to gastrointestinal symptoms.

There’s no definite cure for celiac disease. But for most people, following a strict diet can help manage symptoms and help the intestines heal.

Consulting with a nutritionist professional can be helpful in creating a well-balanced and nutritious meal plan tailored to your specific dietary requirements. They can also provide guidance on ensuring you get essential nutrients that may be lacking in a gluten-free diet, such as fiber, iron, and B group vitamins.

What does the Coeliac Consultation include?

In order to book your Coeliac Disease Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Crohn’s Disease Nutrition-Diet

Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It causes swelling of the tissues (inflammation) in your digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition.

It is common for people with Crohn’s disease to experience inflammation in different parts of their digestive tract, usually the small intestine. This inflammation often spreads into the deeper layers of the bowel.

The symptoms of Crohn’s disease can be both painful and debilitating, as well as have life-threatening consequences in some cases.

Inflammation and signs of Crohn’s disease cannot be cured, but therapies can greatly reduce its symptoms and even bring about long-term remission. In many cases, people with Crohn’s disease can function well with proper treatment.

Crohn’s disease can’t be cured by diet alone, but it can play a significant role in managing symptoms and treating digestive problems. It’s important to note that specific dietary approaches can be effective differently for different individuals

What does the Crohn’s Disease Consultation include?

In order to book your Crohn’s Disease Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Weight Management Obesity-Overweight Nutrition-Diet

A weight management diet is a balanced eating plan designed to help individuals achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. The goal of such a diet is to create a sustainable and long-term approach to weight management, rather than focusing on quick fixes or extreme restrictions.

Weight management fundamentally revolves around the concept of calories in versus calories out. A well-rounded diet includes a variety of foods from all food groups to ensure you get essential nutrients.

The nutritionist focuses on changing your daily routine by adding and breaking habits that can affect your weight. In addition, they can assess your overall health, identify any underlying medical conditions, and provide guidance on safe weight management.

A clinical nutritionist-dietitian focuses on eating delicious healthy foods and increasing physical activity. Weight loss is best achieved through a change in lifestyle and adopting new habits that are enjoyable and easy to follow. Depending on your health history, needs, and preferred eating style, this program can be tailored to suit your needs.

What does the Weight Management Obesity-Overweight Consultation include?

In order to book your weight management obesity-overweight Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Weight Deficiency Anorexia Nutrition-Diet​

There are many factors that can cause weight loss or underweight, including inadequate nutrition, underlying medical conditions, or a combination of them. The malnutrition that accompanies anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa can negatively impact all systems of the body.

There are two types of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, and both are the result of a loss of appetite and an inability to eat. Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder in which a person restricts his or her food intake. There are emotional challenges, an unrealistic body image, and an exaggerated fear of gaining weight in conjunction with this potentially life-threatening mental health disorder.

A clinical nutritionist can assess your dietary habits and nutritional intake. They can provide guidance on improving your diet to help you gain healthy weight. A regular follow-up appointment with your clinical nutritionist is essential for monitoring your progress and adapting your treatment plan as necessary.

Based on your assessment, your clinical nutritionist may develop a personalized treatment plan. This plan may include dietary changes, lifestyle modifications and recommendations regarding therapy if there are underlying mental health issues.

What does the Weight Deficiency Anorexia Consultation include?

In order to book your weight deficiency Anorexia Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Pre-Diabetic Nutrition-Diet​

Healthy and unhealthy food background from fruits and vegetables

A person with prediabetes is characterized by a higher-than-normal fasting blood sugar level or a higher-than-normal blood sugar level after eating. This condition is usually caused by insulin resistance, or the body’s inability to use insulin adequately. People with prediabetes are at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and may also be at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

You can’t control every risk factor for prediabetes, but you can address some of them. Lifestyle changes can help you maintain balanced blood sugar levels and stay within a moderate weight range.

Lifestyle changes are central to managing prediabetes. These include dietary adjustments, exercise, stress management, and adequate sleep.

Professional education and support from a clinical nutritionist are essential to understanding your condition, and a support your system can help you succeed in the long term.

Providing trustworthy, straightforward, and useful health information should be a priority for everyone.

What does the Pre-Diabetic Consultation include?

In order to book your Pre-Diabetic Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Diabetes Type 1 / Type 2 Nutrition-Diet

Type 2 Diabetes is a condition that occurs when the body is no longer able to deal with the increasing level of glucose (sugar) in the blood.

Type 1 Diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition. In this condition, the pancreas makes little or no insulin. Insulin is a hormone the body uses to allow sugar (glucose) to enter cells to produce energy.

Different factors, such as genetics and some viruses, may cause type 1 diabetes.

Even after a lot of research, type 1 diabetes has no cure. Treatment is directed toward managing the amount of sugar in the blood using insulin, diet and lifestyle to prevent complications.

Diabetes management is highly individualized and is a lifelong journey, and your dietary plan may need adjustments over time. Regular communication with your healthcare team and clinical nutritionist is essential for effective diabetes management. They can provide you with the most up-to-date information and support to help you lead a healthy life with diabetes.

What does the Diabetes Type 1 / Type 2 Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Diabetes Type 1 / Type 2 Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Nutrition-Diet

PCOS is a hormonal disorder that affects individuals with ovaries, often leading to irregular periods, cysts on the ovaries, and various symptoms such as acne, weight gain, and excess hair growth. It can also impact fertility and increase the risk of other health issues.

Symptoms of PCOS often start around the time of the first menstrual period. Sometimes symptoms develop later after you have had periods for a while.

Begin with a thorough consultation with a clinical nutritionist who will evaluate your medical history, perform necessary tests, and discuss your symptoms and concerns.

Based on your assessment, a clinical nutritionist will create a personalized remedy plan, which may include medicinal plants, lifestyle changes, and dietary recommendations.

Additionally, lifestyle changes such as regular exercise and stress management are often recommended as part of a comprehensive approach to managing PCOS. Always consult with a clinical nutritionist for personalized guidance and recommendations specific to your situation.

What does the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your polycystic ovarian syndrome Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Sleep Apnoea Nutrition-Diet​

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by repeated interruptions in breathing during sleep. There are two main types of sleep apnea:

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): This is the more common type of sleep apnea. It occurs when the muscles in the throat relax excessively during sleep, causing a partial or complete blockage of the airway.

Central Sleep Apnea: This type of sleep apnea is less common and occurs when the brain fails to send the appropriate signals to the muscles that control breathing.

During your first appointment, the clinical nutritionist will conduct a thorough assessment of your medical history, sleep patterns, and symptoms. Be prepared to discuss issues such as loud snoring, choking or gasping during sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, and any other relevant information.

If you were diagnosed with sleep apnea, your clinical nutritionist will discuss natural treatment options with you that may include lifestyle changes mainly weight loss, positional therapy, changing sleep positions, stopping smoking and cutting down alcohol intake.

It’s essential to take sleep apnea seriously, as untreated sleep apnea can lead to various health problems, including cardiovascular issues, daytime fatigue, and impaired cognitive function.

What does the Sleep Apnea Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your sleep apnea Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Cardiology Heart Disease Nutrition-Diet​

Heart disease describes a range of conditions that affect the heart. that include blood vessel disease, such as coronary artery disease, irregular heartbeats (arrhythmias), disease of the heart muscle, and heart valve disease.

Many forms of heart disease can be prevented or treated with healthy lifestyle choices.

Symptoms of heart disease can vary depending on the specific condition but may include chest pain or discomfort (angina), shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness, palpitations, and swelling in the legs or abdomen.

Preventive measures include adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle, managing risk factors, and getting regular check-ups with a clinical nutritionist are essential. Diet plays a crucial role in managing and preventing heart disease.

What does the Cardiology Heart Disease Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your cardiology heart disease Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Hyperlipidemia (High Cholesterol) Nutrition-Diet

Hyperlipidemia is a medical condition characterized by high levels of lipids (fats) in the blood. These lipids include cholesterol and triglycerides. It’s a significant risk factor for the development of cardiovascular diseases.

Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance found in your blood. There are two main types: Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) – also known as ‘bad’ cholesterol because it can add to the build-up of plaque (fatty deposits) in your arteries and increase your risk of coronary heart disease.

High-density lipoprotein (HDL) – also known as ‘good’ cholesterol because it can help to protect you against coronary heart disease.

Triglycerides are another type of fat found in the blood which can increase the risk of heart disease.

The first step in dealing with hyperlipidemia is to consult a clinical nutritionist who will assess your medical history, family history, and risk factors. A healthy diet is essential for managing hyperlipidemia. This typically involves reducing saturated and trans fats, increasing fiber intake, and limiting cholesterol intake.

Management of hyperlipidemia is individualized, and natural remedies strategies may vary from person to person. Always follow your clinical nutritionist recommendations and attend regular check-ups to monitor your progress and make necessary adjustments.

What does the Hyperlipidemia (High Cholesterol) Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Hyperlipidemia (High Cholesterol) Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Hypertension Nutrition-Diet​

Hypertension (high blood pressure) is when the pressure in your blood vessels is too high (140/90 mmHg or higher). It is common but can be serious if not treated.

Blood pressure is written as two numbers. The first (systolic) number represents the pressure in blood vessels when the heart contracts or beats. The second (diastolic) number represents the pressure in the vessels when the heart rests between beats.

Hypertension is diagnosed if, when it is measured on two different days, the systolic blood pressure readings on both days is ≥140 mmHg and/or the diastolic blood pressure readings on both days is ≥90 mmHg.

Most people with hypertension don’t feel any symptoms. Very high blood pressures can cause headaches, blurred vision, chest pain and other symptoms.

There is strong evidence to support the role of diet and lifestyle in the management of high blood pressure. Clinical nutritionists take a detailed case history so that can identify any factors that may be contributing to your condition. Then will work with you to develop a personalized program aimed at normalizing blood pressure and supporting overall cardiovascular health.

The goal of a hypertension consultation is to manage high blood pressure effectively to reduce the risk of complications.

What does the Hypertension Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Hypertension Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Hypothyroid/ Hyperthyroid Nutrition-Diet​

Hypothyroidism:

Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones. Some common symptoms include fatigue, weight gain, cold intolerance, dry skin, and hair loss.

Hyperthyroidism:

Hyperthyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland produces too much thyroid hormone. Symptoms may include weight loss, rapid heart rate, anxiety, heat intolerance, and increased sweating. Every part of metabolism is controlled by hormones that the thyroid gland makes.

The thyroid gland produces two main hormones: thyroxine (T-4) and triiodothyronine (T-3). These hormones affect every cell in the body. They support the rate at which the body uses fats and carbohydrates. They help control body temperature. They have an effect on heart rate. And they help control how much protein the body makes. Diet can play a significant role in managing thyroid disorders, particularly if you have hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

Consulting with a clinical nutritionist is crucial when managing diet and nutrition for hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. They can provide personalized guidance based on your specific thyroid condition, medical history, and dietary preferences.

If you are taking thyroid medication, it’s essential to discuss medication and food interactions with your clinical nutritionist because they may recommend taking your medication on an empty stomach or at specific times relative to meals.

In addition to diet, clinical nutritionists will offer lifestyle recommendations, including exercise and stress management strategies, which can impact thyroid health.

What does the Hypothyroid/ Hyperthyroid Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Hypothyroid/ Hyperthyroid Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy Nutrition-Diet​

Gestational diabetes is a condition that occurs during pregnancy when your body cannot produce enough insulin to meet its increased needs. Managing pregestational diabetes during pregnancy is crucial to ensure a healthy pregnancy and minimize the risk of complications for both the mother and the baby. Nutritional consultation plays a significant role in managing pregestational diabetes during pregnancy,

A clinical nutritionist usually does not advise losing weight during pregnancy because your body is working hard to support the growing baby. But can help you set weight goals based on your weight before pregnancy.

Also, will pay close attention to your carbohydrate intake. Carbohydrate management is a key aspect of managing pregestational diabetes. Your clinical nutritionist will help you determine the appropriate amount of carbohydrates to consume at each meal and snack, ensuring stable blood sugar levels. They may also educate you on the glycemic index (GI) of foods to help you make better choices.

A clinical nutritionist will assess your current diet, medical history, blood sugar levels, and any other relevant factors to create a customized meal plan tailored to your unique requirements. They will help you understand how different foods affect your blood sugar and provide guidance on portion sizes, carbohydrate counting, and meal timing.

In addition to meal planning, a clinical nutritionist will provide you with education and support to help you make informed choices about your diet and lifestyle. They can also address any concerns or questions you may have about managing pregestational diabetes during pregnancy.

Managing pregestational diabetes during pregnancy can be challenging, but with the guidance of a clinical nutritionist, you can optimize your nutrition and blood sugar control to promote a healthy pregnancy and reduce the risk of complications for both you and your baby. It’s essential to work closely with your healthcare team, including your clinical nutritionist, obstetrician, and endocrinologist, to ensure comprehensive care throughout your pregnancy.

What does the Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Metabolic Syndrome Nutrition-Diet​

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Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. These conditions include increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels.

Central or abdominal obesity refers to excess fat stored around the waist, particularly in the abdominal and visceral areas. This type of fat is more metabolically active and can lead to various health problems. Typically have apple-shaped bodies, or pear-shaped body.

The underlying causes of metabolic syndrome are complex and can involve a combination of genetic factors, poor diet, physical inactivity, and obesity. Lifestyle changes, such as adopting a healthy diet, increasing physical activity, and losing weight, are often the first-line approach to managing and preventing metabolic syndrome. Regular clinical nutritionist monitoring and check-ups are essential for individuals with metabolic syndrome to manage their health effectively and reduce their risk of associated complications.

Consulting with a clinical nutritionist is an excellent step for managing and preventing metabolic syndrome through dietary changes. A clinical nutritionist can provide personalized guidance and help you create a balanced and nutritious eating plan that suits your specific needs and lifestyle.

What does the Metabolic Syndrome Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book your Metabolic Syndrome Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Stress & Anxiety Management Nutrition-Diet​

Mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety are among the most common in the world. Counselling and nutrition are the most important aspects of managing many mental health problems. However, now we are discovering that what we eat can also have an important role.

Diets that are nutritious are not just good for the body. It is also beneficial to your brain and mental health. Healthy diets are associated with improved stress management, concentration, and mental health.

It is important to understand that food and mood are interconnected. Eating can affect your mood, but mood also influences food choices. You’re more likely to make positive food choices when you’re in a good headspace.

You may reach for comfort food when you are feeling stressed or depressed. However, some of these easily available foods are highly processed and highly fatty, salty, and sugary. Be aware that these foods will not benefit your mental health.

Good nutrition is crucial in helping to improve the outlook of people experiencing problems with their mental health. Along with exercise, quality sleep and stress management, getting the right balance of nutrients into your body is essential for good physical and mental health.

And with each new nutritional consultation, we are learning more about how diet can influence mental health.

What does the Stress & Anxiety Management Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book Stress & Anxiety Management Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

Cancer and Premium Nutrition-Diet​

Cancer is a complex and multifaceted disease, and while nutrition plays a crucial role in supporting cancer patients, it’s important to understand that there is no single diet that can benefit everyone.

Several factors affect the optimal nutrition and diet plan for a patient with cancer, such as the type and stage of the cancer, the treatment being received, and the patient’s overall health and nutritional requirements.

Finding the right foods to eat after a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming and stressful. As a result of accessing so much information online, you are likely to have come across misleading information and restrictive diets. There is usually no scientific evidence behind these claims, and they are usually promoted by unreliable sources. Using evidence-based advice, our clinical nutritionist can provide support and education about nutrition for your cancer journey.

Changing your eating habits, unintentional weight loss, and nutritional status can negatively affect your tolerance to treatments, according to recent research. To enhance your tolerance to your cancer treatment, our clinical nutritionist can provide tailored dietary recommendations designed to optimize your dietary status and minimise the toxicities associated with your treatment.

Also, we can discuss diet and cancer myths, address any concerns relating to diet and nutrition, and clarify any misconceptions that you may have come across.

It’s crucial to emphasize that nutritional guidance should always be tailored to the individual’s specific circumstances. The clinical nutritionist will conduct a premium nutrition-diet consultation to ensure that the dietary plan is safe and effective in supporting the patient’s overall health and well-being while they undergo cancer treatment.

What does the Cancer and Premium Nutrition-Diet Consultation include?

In order to book Cancer and Premium Nutrition-Diet Consultation with our professional Clinical Nutritionist therapists, call 086 231 7482 or book online here. We can’t wait to help!

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