Losing weight is one thing, keeping it off is another!
Have you decided to lose weight or are you trying to lose weight, and you can't?
Know that losing belly fat, lose thighs fat, fast diet, lose weight quickly, ... are phenomena that are difficult to control and depend on a multitude of factors.
Weight loss is a very complex, dynamic and non-linear process requiring skills and expertise that only the dietitian or dietitian-nutritionist possesses. Depending on your lifestyle, the dietitian or dietitian-nutritionist will determine the diet or food therapy to follow, in order to make this diet or therapy as least restrictive as possible and prevent it from becoming an obstacle.
The low FODMAP diet, RESULTS already after 2 weeks!
Irritable bowel syndrome is a very common gastrointestinal disorder. It is characterized by constipation, diarrhea or a combination of both, by abdominal bloating, distension, excessive flatulence and an urgency to go to stool. These symptoms are not always all together in people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.
Symptoms are often caused by sugars called FODMAPs. Therefore, a FODMAP or low-FODMAP diet aims to reduce or eliminate symptoms in 80% of cases.
A low FODMAP diet must be done under the supervision of a dietician | Specialized and experienced dietitian nutritionist. Thanks to my training within the university of MONASH, university having put the low FODMAP diet in place, I can guide you in complete safety.
Avoid white poisons, fats, sugars and salt!
High blood pressure is a serious condition that is often called the "silent killer" because many people suffer without knowing it. Over time, people who are not treated for high blood pressure can get very sick or even die.
High blood pressure can cause life-threatening diseases like kidney problems, strokes, heart failure, blindness, and heart attacks.
High blood cholesterol levels are strongly associated with an increased risk of heart disease.
The biggest influence on blood cholesterol levels is the mix of fats and carbohydrates in your diet, not the amount of cholesterol you consume in food. Ask your dietitian / nutritionist for advice.
Diabetes is a lifestyle issue!
Nutrition and physical activity are important parts of living a healthy life with diabetes. Follow a healthy diet and being active can help you keep your blood sugar at normal levels. What you choose to eat, how much you eat and when you eat are all important in keeping your blood sugar levels within the recommended range.
Becoming more active and making changes in what you eat and drink may seem difficult at first. You might find it easier to start with small changes and getting help from your dietitian - nutritionist.