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Our dietitian educates our patients to make better food choices based on their medical conditions and specific needs. The dietitian deals with patients who Nutrition-300x150have medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, high blood cholesterol, renal (kidney) diseases, obesity, malnutrition or gout. Depending on their biochemical results, certain foods may need to be restricted. Dietitians therefore provide alternatives to food whenever possible and help to show them that there are always alternatives within the same food group that are more beneficial.

By sharing their dietetic knowledge, dietitians empower their patients to manage their own conditions as they are able to adjust their dietary habits and improve their health.

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People who are overweight or obese are more likely to develop heart disease and stroke. Obesity is unhealthy because excess weight puts more strain on your heart and your joints. It can raise blood pressure and blood cholesterol and can lead to diabetes.how-to-lose-weight--200x300

Losing Weight can Help You To:

  • Control high blood pressure
  • Improve control of blood sugar levels in people with diabetes
  • Reduce the risk of angina (heart condition causing chest pain)
  • Improve blood cholesterol levels
  • Ease lower back and joint pain

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  • Exercise everyday or least 3 days a week
  • Make fruits and vegetables the largest share of your diet
  • Remove unhealthy snacks from your house, such as chips, buttery popcorn, chocolate…etc. And store healthy snacks like fruits, vegetables and low fat yogurt why-do-u-need-to-lose-weight-300x204
  • Eat at home often rather than eating out at restaurants or fast food chains. When you eat at home you can control what food is available ad eliminate unhealthy choices.
  • Eating in large plates makes you more likely to eat large portions, so try using small plates instead.
  • Follow a healthy and balanced diet, full of the supplements you need designed by the Dietitian.

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