Nutritional adviser

You are what you eat.


Healthy eating and digestion is the basis of a well functioning immune system that is the natural defense mechanism of our body. If it works well we are healthy and have no illnesses.


Food that you can buy in supermarkets is full of additives and has less nutrients and vitamins. Fruits and vegetables are imported from far away countries. They are often picked unripe so that they do not get spoiled during transport. Then in the country of destination they are treated with various methods (e.g. painting) so that they look fresh and ripe. We have not got the slightest idea what ingredients and cooking methods restaurants and take aways use…


However this is not the end of the world. There are ways of providing healthy food in your everyday life.


During the 4 sessions of nutritional advising I help you to fulfill your goal in eating.


Some want to lose weight, some want to gain weight. Some people are sensitive to certain type of food (e.g. milk, gluten). There are people who would like to bring regularity to their eating; some would simply like to have a more balanced diet. All goals are unique and personal.


What is included in the 4 sessions of nutritional advice

  • I assess your present state of health (calculating BMI -  body mass index, BMR – basic metabolic rate, HWR – hip to waist ratio), fill in a questionnaire on your eating habits.

  • Based on your 10 day food diary I calculate how much calories you eat now and what would be ideal based on your BMR.

  • I’ll give you a sample list of diet and help you to compile a shopping list.

  • We are going to break down your main goal to small steps. We are going to introduce small changes every time so that your motivations stays on.

  • I’ll give you healthy recipes that are quick and easy to make.

  • During the nutritional advisory session I’ll teach you

    • How to make healthy foods.

    • Where to buy good quality fruits and vegetables and meat/fish for a reasonable price.

    • How much is the healthy amount of  carbohydrates, proteins, fats and fibre.

    • What are the substitutes for certain foods if you cannot eat them.

    • What are the good fats and carbs.

    • How to read food labels and where are the hidden additives.


And a lot more practical advice.

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