Clinical nutrition and dietetics refers to the nutrition of patients with specific health problems that may or may not be related to their diet. It involves assessing patients’ nutritional status in order to improve their health, treat their illness and reduce their healthcare costs.

A clinical dietician sets targets for treating a patient and develops a specialized diet plan to educate the patient and teach them how to manage their own nutrition.

Clinical nutrition and dietetics, which is also referred to as therapeutic nutrition, has become an increasingly important component of an integrated healthcare system.

We provide guidance and develop nutrition plans for people who suffer from medical conditions such as:
• Type I and Type II diabetes
• Hyperlipidemia (cholesterol and triglycerides)
• Gastrointestinal diseases
• Increased levels of uric acid
• Heart diseases
• Metabolic syndrome
• Osteoporosis
• Anemia
• Celiac disease

Our Nutrition Center also manages cases relating to eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia.