Dietitians supervise the preparation and service of food, develop modified diets, participate in research, and educate individuals and groups on good nutritional habits. The goals of dietitians are to provide medical nutritional intervention, and to obtain, safely prepare, serve and advise on flavorsome, attractive, and nutritious food for patients, groups, and communities.
Dietary modification to address medical issues involving dietary intake is a major part of dietetics (the study of nutrition as it relates to health). For example, working in consultation with physicians and other health care providers, a dietitian may provide specific artificial nutritional needs to patients unable to consume food normally. Professional dietitians may also provide specialised services such as diabetes, obesity, oncology, osteoporosis, pediatrics, renal disease, and micronutrient research.
Diet therapy is available at our clinics, delivered by dieticians in a private and confidential environment. It aims to provide the highly trained dietitians with the best-in – class facilities.
- Nutritional Oncology
- Weight Loss
- Pediatric Diet
- Nutritional wellbeing
Weight loss, cholesterol control, hypertension , diabetes, dialysis and non-dialysis, gastrointestinal disorders etc.