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Everyone is Unique
As a dietitian I have always had a brother who died of extensive lists and prescriptions. A person is not a vending machine that unquestionably follows regulations. Life is often too complicated for that. With clients I want to look for feasible changes in eating and lifestyle, which improves their health.
To prevent or improve diabetes mellitus 2, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and non-alcoholic fatty liver, it is often necessary to lose weight. More specifically: losing belly fat. By avoiding sugar (in all its forms) and reducing carbohydrates in the diet, it is possible to improve your health. I would like to help with this. If you want to know more about this, take a look at the documentary turn diabetes .
I will personally guide and help you with this step to a healthy weight and life. Once your weight is up, I help you make the right choices in terms of nutrition. Which means you will adjust your lifestyle.
During the diet I therefore want to teach you how to deal with the pitfalls. We all know: eating emotion and binge eating. We have to take steps in this. But one of the most important steps is that after the diet we start with a healthy diet.
Through my own dietary experiences, I know what it is like to break through change in habits and thinking patterns. I’m going to help you break old habits and turn them into new ones.
Omega 3 fatty acids
Omega 3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids that are also known as n-3 fatty acids. The best known omega 3 fatty acids are alpha linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). ALA is a vegetable omega 3 fatty acid and is an essential fatty acid. This means that the body cannot make it itself and you have to get this fatty acid through the diet. Flaxseed oil and walnuts in particular contain a lot of ALA. There are also small amounts in meat and vegetable margarines. EPA and DHA are known as fish fatty acids. Fish is the main source. For people who don’t like fish, a supplement with extra omega-3 from capsules can be a good supplement.
Multi vitamins and minerals
Multivitamins can be a supplement to your daily healthy diet . They are available in different forms: tablets, drops, sprays and chewable and effervescent tablets. Vitamin supplements are available without a prescription at drugstores, pharmacies and in the supermarket.
All 13 vitamins are to a greater or lesser extent in a multivitamin. Depending on your daily intake from the diet, a supplement of certain vitamins may be required. It is important that there are minerals in addition to vitamins.
Minerals and trace elements are, just like vitamins, substances that the body cannot make itself. They are needed for, among other things, the regulation of enzymes and hormones. The difference between minerals and trace elements is the amount in which the body needs them. Minerals are needed more than trace elements.
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