Dietitians have advanced training in nutrition, and our Dietitian uses a holistic approach that considers aspects of your diet and lifestyle. Implements changes to be maintained on a long-term basis so that you can achieve your health goal in a sustainable way.
Our holistic approach is very different from a restrictive diet, a food plan with lifestyle management that take into account your individual needs and empowers you to proactively optimize your health, in return, reducing the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes that are highly associate with unhealthy weight.
After a few sessions, you will be feeling more energetic by consuming foods which are suitable to your body and lifestyle. You might be carrying less extra weight under your skin, around the organs. Ss a result, you are standing taller and feel better with yourself.
Have you ever thought about working with a registered dietitian?
Even if you are generally a health-conscious eater, working with a professional can help you better recognize the connection between food and health, as well as your individual needs at different situation in life. Dietitian uses food to prevent and treat diseases or issues like prediabetes, weight gain, obesity and high blood pressure etc.
We can help you with the following:
Registered dietitians can call themselves nutritionists, but nutritionists cannot call themselves dietitians.
Registered dietitians hold at least a bachelor’s degree in clinical nutrition and have met specific requirements, including internship, registration exam and working with other professions.
Dietitians have advanced training in nutrition. They use this training to help clients improve their health and wellness through food and relationship with food. They could work with medical professions to decide meal plans, lifestyle educations and advices to achieve your health goals and prevent chronic health issues.
Make sure you are working with the right professionals. Even if you are eating healthily and the profession can help you better ways to nurture your body and strength the relationship with food.