octubre 7, 2014 lola

Diet & Life

Dieta y vida

Nowadays, we’re used to hearing the word ‘diet’ quite frequently around us. However, we don’t know so much about the origin and meaning of it. Etymologically, ‘diet’ comes from the Greek ‘Dayta’, and it refers to the amount of food that is provided to an organism during 24 hours; ie ‘diet’ is the sum of the food we take in the course of a day and therefore it shouldn’t be only associated to a diet based on a restriction or increase of the calories, intended to modify the body weight of a person.

Moreover, we live in a society where, unfortunately, we often receive conflicting messages about nutrition in different media. Apparently – and only apparently – everyone knows about this topic, a fact that can push a person to perform certain feeding regimes that can endanger health and, as we know, often end in failure and frustration.

In this sense, I would like to clarify that in this section will bet heavily on food reeducation as a guarantee of health for people, with the primary purpose of creating and maintaining permanent changes in our eating habits and in our lifestyle that will improve our health in the future.

Also, we start from the premise that each person is unique and unrepeatable, hence the need for each case to be personalized, individualized. If desired, I could provide you a flexible alimentary plan, varied and, of course, attractive, to ensure compliance of the same without being bored.

As a diet therapist, I could help you to improve your health in case of illness through therapeutic nutrition plansHence I could provide you help in case of diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and triglycerides, celiac disease and Parkinson’s, among others diseases.

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