Personalized care taking into account your pathologies, your life situation (professional and personal) and your goals:
Areas of expertise.
Regardless of age, gender, beliefs, professional and personal activities, your diet plan will be tailored to your needs and wishes.
Eating and drinking are primary needs, but also a great source of pleasure. Eating is a social act, and often we eat , not out of hunger, but because it is time to eat or out of boredom, out of duty. We have lost touch with food and possibly with ourselves.
Finding inner balance, feel-good weight, reconnecting to one’s own body and being able to distinguish between the feelings of hunger, saturation and pleasure can be a real revelation.
Nutrition is an important factor in maintaining health; this is demonstrated by numerous descriptive and intervention studies.
“Eating well and moving = protecting your health” from early age to adulthood and in key moments (pregnancy, breastfeeding) to menopause and old age.
Target groups: children, adolescents, adults, pregnant and nursing women, the elderly,…
Living with an irritable bowel can be a nightmare. Often those affected no longer dare accept invitations or eat out for fear of digestive problems. Worldwide, 11% of the population suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, 1 in 7 adults. The quality of life of those affected suffers and often depression and loneliness accompany the disease. Symptoms include:
Working closely with your doctor and yourself is important to ensure high-quality care.
I will accompany you in order to help you identify foods that contain the allergen better. It is important that the exclusion diet does not enhance any nutritional deficiencies. Therefore it is crucial to know the right substitute foods to fill the potential nutrient gap resulting from the omission of one or more food groups. Our main goals are: reading labels, identifying high-risk foods, cooking with alternatives, managing the risk of cross-contamination.
Nutritional advice is based on a relationship of trust between the two of us. But also working with your treating doctor is very important.
I will accompany you to better understand your disease and to be able to make better food decisions. Regular follow-up care is important to familiarize yourself with your new way of eating and with your diet plan and to clarify the questions that may arise in everyday life.
Metabolic and nutritional diseases:
Nutrition and behaviour:
Digestive and kidney diseases:
The Greek philosopher Pythagoras (6th century BC) said: “As long as people kill animals, they will kill each other. Those who sow death and pain cannot hope to reap love and joy.”
The number of vegetarians and vegans is constantly increasing. In order to supply the body with all nutrients, professional advice is important (especially at crucial moments of development).
Guaranteeing the supply of critical nutrients is my priority: essential amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, vitamin B9, calcium, iron, zinc, iodine.
The protection of our planet is the responsibility of all of us. Sustainability is also a subject which I care a lot about. a plant based diet is more sustainable.
Nutrition should always play an important role in the life of an athlete: during preparation, during competitions and after the competitions.
A personal diet plan tailored to the personal needs and the specific training units, and close monitoring are very important to combine pleasure and sports-appropriate diet, and to adapt to the changing demands of the training and the training goal.
Is the use of dietary supplements justified? When, how much, what?
Proper eating and drinking habits can influence the performance very positively, but there is no quick miracle solution. Depending on the sport you are practicing and depending on the moment in the sport’s season, specific energy and nutritional needs arise, which must be met at any time of preparation. The identification and correction of food “errors”, education about dietary supplements and “magic potions” on the market, balancing out the diet before, during and after the season, are just a few of the points that are discussed during dietary consultation with athletes of all levels.
Did you know that burnout and emotional burnout often go hand in hand with your eating habits? Bad eating habits and diet are indeed a major source of stress (for you, for your body, for your brain and cells) and a burnout factor.
Everything we eat is used to build the cells of our body: so we genuinely become what we eat.
In the case of stress and burnout, our body needs certain nutrients more than anything else. A good diet can help to effectively reduce stress.
In addition, if you suffer from burnout, you face constant fatigue, unstable blood sugar levels, desire for sweets, diffuse digestion problems,… A diet tailored to your expectations and needs therefore ensures that these needs are met, that the quality of your sleep will be better, that your psychological balance improves as well as your mood, general mental health and cognitive abilities.
I would like to accompany you when you tackle your eating disorders, quit smoking or suffer from burnout. However, this is always followed simultaneously by other health professionals and specialists.
In addition, you can book me for conferences, workshops and diet workshops at home or in your company. Food and drink go far beyond mere nourishment. What we eat has a direct impact on our neurological system and on our physical and mental performance. The foods we eat influence our mood, efficiency and mind.
Cooking creates bonds. Cooking is a way to show your love or affection for others. A good time at the table with healthy and tasty foods allows to maintain and re-establish relationships: with other people, with food, but also with ourselves.
As a group or as an individual: Choose the desired theme and we will prepare a menu together and have an unforgettable time.