Healthy Eating Guidelines​

Sometimes you are happy with your current weight but would just like to make a few healthier changes to prevent disease and be the best version of yourself, which you can be. This can mean, having good energy levels, being free from chronic conditions, boosting your immunity, maintain a healthy weight, having enough energy to fuel your body during the day without relying on drinks that contain caffeine.

As Dietitians, we are not just trained in helping people to lose weight, but also to assist  you to  eat healthily by teaching you what different foods do in the body as well as what the healthy portion sizes are of different foods/ food groups. We also guide you in making healthier choices within each food group.

During the consultation, we will assess your current eating habits as well as current lifestyle/ medication/ exercise etc and then use this information to guide you with your individual dietary needs.

We can also help by teaching families to make healthier food choices that will suit the family as well as fit in with their culture, activity levels and different age group needs.

Here the quote “Knowledge is power” is very true. You can start making better choices when you are more knowledgeable in what is good for you and what to completely avoid.

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Healthy eating is an essential component of overall health and wellbeing. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healthy eating, there are some general guidelines that can help individuals make informed choices about their diet. One of the most important healthy eating guidelines is to focus on whole, unprocessed foods. These foods are typically high in nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, and fiber, and can help support overall health and wellbeing. Some examples of whole foods include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats. In addition to focusing on whole foods, it's important to pay attention to portion sizes and limit the intake of foods that are high in added sugars, saturated and trans fats, and sodium. These types of foods are often found in highly processed and packaged foods, such as sugary drinks, chips, and fast food. Another important healthy eating guideline is to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day. It's also important to limit the consumption of alcohol, which can have negative effects on health when consumed in excess. By following these healthy eating guidelines and working with a registered dietitian, individuals can develop a personalized nutrition plan that supports their unique needs and goals. A registered dietitian can provide guidance on portion sizes, food choices, and healthy cooking techniques to help individuals make sustainable changes to their diet and improve their overall health and wellbeing.