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WEIGHT LOSS

You want to make a positive change in your life? Lose weight and increase your health and happiness?
  • Being overweight or obese can make a person more vulnerable to getting a variety of high-risk diseases and conditions.
  • Maintaining a healthy weight is vital in keeping your physical well-being at its best.
  • Whether it is providing a specific, individualized diet plan or receiving expert advice and guidance, our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help!

Being overweight or obese can make a person more vulnerable to getting a variety of high-risk diseases and conditions. According to the World Health Organization, having a Body Mass Index (BMI) higher than 25 increases your risk factor in acquiring noncommunicable diseases. These include heart disease and stroke, which are two of the leading causes of death in 2012. Obesity is also a primary cause of diabetes, musculoskeletal disorders, and different forms of cancer, including of the breast, ovary, prostate, kidney, and colon.

Maintaining a healthy weight is vital in keeping your physical well-being at its best. Keeping your weight to an ideal level can give you more energy to enjoy everyday life, and it can increase your self-esteem and make you feel good about yourself. With a combined approach of science and the principles of holism, our clients are able to enjoy a higher quality of life, while reaching their fitness goals and avoiding possible illnesses.

We further provide DNA Testing including Diet test to find out which diet and physical training programs work best for the unique genetic code of each individual. This allows our clients to maximize the benefits and results of their wellness programs.

Our health professionals can help you avoid these by losing weight in a healthy and fulfilling way. We have a team of nutritionists and dietitians who can help you improve your diet and nutrition intake, as well as assist you in making the necessary changes to your lifestyle. We provide individualized nutrition consultations so we can address your specific nutrition and wellness needs.

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Being overweight or obese can make a person more vulnerable to getting a variety of high-risk diseases and conditions. According to the World Health Organization, having a Body Mass Index (BMI) higher than 25 increases your risk factor in acquiring noncommunicable diseases. These include heart disease and stroke, which are two of the leading causes of death in 2012. Obesity is also a primary cause of diabetes, musculoskeletal disorders, and different forms of cancer, including of the breast, ovary, prostate, kidney, and colon.

Maintaining a healthy weight is vital in keeping your physical well-being at its best. Keeping your weight to an ideal level can give you more energy to enjoy everyday life, and it can increase your self-esteem and make you feel good about yourself. With a combined approach of science and the principles of holism, our clients are able to enjoy a higher quality of life, while reaching their fitness goals and avoiding possible illnesses.

We further provide DNA Testing including Diet test to find out which diet and physical training programs work best for the unique genetic code of each individual. This allows our clients to maximize the benefits and results of their wellness programs.

Our health professionals can help you avoid these by losing weight in a healthy and fulfilling way. We have a team of nutritionists and dietitians who can help you improve your diet and nutrition intake, as well as assist you in making the necessary changes to your lifestyle. We provide individualized nutrition consultations so we can address your specific nutrition and wellness needs.

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SPORTS NUTRITION

Nutritional goals for athletes are often very specific and require careful management.
  • The food we eat impacts on our strength, training, performance and recovery.
  • Meals eaten before and after exercise are the most important in sports nutrition.
  • The proportions of protein and carbohydrates that you require vary depending on the intensity and type of sport.
  • Whether it is providing a specific, individualized diet plan or receiving expert advice and guidance, our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help!

Nutritional goals for athletes are often very specific and require careful management and monitoring of dietary patterns and food intake to ensure that the food consumption and timing are appropriate. Many athletes also use dietary supplementation to help meet their increased nutritional needs and performance goals.

Meals eaten before and after exercise are the most important in sports nutrition but you should really be careful with everything that you put into your body. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy that powers your exercise regime and protein is required to aid muscle growth and repair. After exercising you need to replace the carbohydrates you have lost and you need to ensure proper muscle recovery by including protein in your post-training meal.

Consulting with a Dietitian or nutritionist to discuss your nutritional intake is extremely important because they will offer you guidance, and a meal plan that works with the schedule, time restraints, and increased nutritional needs that you require. For example, it would be good to know if supplementation is necessary or if food consumption is enough to meet your requirements.

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Nutritional goals for athletes are often very specific and require careful management and monitoring of dietary patterns and food intake to ensure that the food consumption and timing are appropriate. Many athletes also use dietary supplementation to help meet their increased nutritional needs and performance goals.

Meals eaten before and after exercise are the most important in sports nutrition but you should really be careful with everything that you put into your body. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy that powers your exercise regime and protein is required to aid muscle growth and repair. After exercising you need to replace the carbohydrates you have lost and you need to ensure proper muscle recovery by including protein in your post-training meal.

Consulting with a Dietitian or nutritionist to discuss your nutritional intake is extremely important because they will offer you guidance, and a meal plan that works with the schedule, time restraints, and increased nutritional needs that you require. For example, it would be good to know if supplementation is necessary or if food consumption is enough to meet your requirements.

VEGAN & VEGETARIAN DIET

Are you a vegan/vegetarian or have you changed to a healthier diet and looking for advise?
  • Meeting dietary requirements is often a challenge we know how to address.
  • Our experts will ensure you consume the right amount of (macro- & micro-) nutrients.
  • We provide you with the best education and guidance on vegan & vegetarian diets.
  • The right expertise – Or clinical director Katharina is a lifelong vegetarian and 7 years vegan.

Our team has more than 15 years of personal experience with vegetarian, plant-based and vegan nutrition and diets. Our team not only knows the science behind it but has the required personal experience with a vegan or vegetarian diet. As a result, we provide you with the best education and guidance on vegan & vegetarian diets! Our nutritionists and dietitians will ensure you consume the right amount of (macro- & micro-) nutrients by creating fully individualized diet assessments & plans!

Our plant-based lifestyle guide – in a nutshell – The quicks tips below will help you to get the most out of your vegan lifestyle:
  • Ensure your diet contains a broad set of fruit and vegetables – eat a colorful rainbow!
  • Choose  starchy / higher fiber foods, such as oats, brown rice, sweet potato, wholemeal bread or pasta
  • Include good sources of protein in most meals, such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, tofu, soy alternatives to milk and yogurt, or peanuts
  • Eat nuts and seeds daily, especially those rich in omega-3 fat
  • Eat calcium-rich foods daily, such as calcium-fortified products and calcium-set tofu
  • Consider vitamin D supplement if you do not expose your skin to sunlight regularly
  • Reduce the amount of salt
  • Consider a supplement containing vitamins B12 and D, calcium, iron, zinc, selenium and omega-3 fats
  • Maintain a healthy weight, or lose some weight if it is above the healthy range

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Our team has more than 15 years of personal experience with vegetarian, plant-based and vegan nutrition and diets. Our team not only knows the science behind it but has the required personal experience with a vegan or vegetarian diet. As a result, we provide you with the best education and guidance on vegan & vegetarian diets! Our nutritionists and dietitians will ensure you consume the right amount of (macro- & micro-) nutrients by creating fully individualized diet assessments & plans!

Our plant-based lifestyle guide – in a nutshell – The quicks tips below will help you to get the most out of your vegan lifestyle:

  • Ensure your diet contains a broad set of fruit and vegetables – eat a colorful rainbow!
  • Choose  starchy / higher fiber foods, such as oats, brown rice, sweet potato, wholemeal bread or pasta
  • Include good sources of protein in most meals, such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, tofu, soy alternatives to milk and yogurt, or peanuts
  • Eat nuts and seeds daily, especially those rich in omega-3 fat
  • Eat calcium-rich foods daily, such as calcium-fortified products and calcium-set tofu
  • Consider vitamin D supplement if you do not expose your skin to sunlight regularly
  • Reduce the amount of salt
  • Consider a supplement containing vitamins B12 and D, calcium, iron, zinc, selenium and omega-3 fats
  • Maintain a healthy weight, or lose some weight if it is above the healthy range

WOMEN'S HEALTH & PREGNANCY

Healthy Eating during Pregnancy! Are you pregnant or have you recently given birth?
  • Healthy eating during pregnancy is extremely important to ensure your health and the health of your baby are optimal.
  • Without professional guidance, getting all your nutrients on a daily basis can be very challenging.
  • Nutrition after giving birth is also essential for your health and the health of your newborn baby!
  • Whether it is providing a specific, individualized diet plan or receiving expert advice and guidance, our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help!
During pregnancy, your health is essential for ensuring that your baby grows and develops the way that he/she should. There are many aspects of your diet that need to be considered such as making sure that you are consuming adequate macro- and micro- nutrients. Many of these nutritional requirements increase during pregnancy, however it is not necessary to completely “eat for two”.

The right amount of weight gain is also very important while pregnant. With the help of a Dietitian or Nutritionist, you can rest assured that your weight will be monitored and advice given accordingly. During the post-natal period, once your baby has already been born, your nutrition is still important to ensure that your weight returns to normal ranges, that you consume adequate nutrients and that your baby still receives the right amount of nutrients.

Some of the specific foods to consider include:

  • Grains: a rich source of fiber and energy
  • Fruit and vegetables: loaded with vitamins and minerals and antioxidants. Many also contain folic acid and iron.
  • Meats, chicken, fish, nuts, legumes: these provide your body with protein, iron and folic acid
  • Dairy/dairy alternatives: these provide your body with calcium and vitamin D.

You may also experience taste aversions and unique cravings. Speak to our Dietitians and Nutritionists about this further to ensure that you make good dietary choices.

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During pregnancy, your health is essential for ensuring that your baby grows and develops the way that he/she should. There are many aspects of your diet that need to be considered such as making sure that you are consuming adequate macro- and micro- nutrients. Many of these nutritional requirements increase during pregnancy, however it is not necessary to completely “eat for two”.

The right amount of weight gain is also very important while pregnant. With the help of a Dietitian or Nutritionist, you can rest assured that your weight will be monitored and advice given accordingly. During the post-natal period, once your baby has already been born, your nutrition is still important to ensure that your weight returns to normal ranges, that you consume adequate nutrients and that your baby still receives the right amount of nutrients.

Some of the specific foods to consider include:

  • Grains: a rich source of fiber and energy
  • Fruit and vegetables: loaded with vitamins and minerals and antioxidants. Many also contain folic acid and iron.
  • Meats, chicken, fish, nuts, legumes: these provide your body with protein, iron and folic acid
  • Dairy/dairy alternatives: these provide your body with calcium and vitamin D.

You may also experience taste aversions and unique cravings. Speak to our Dietitians and Nutritionists about this further to ensure that you make good dietary choices.

Feeling unwell? You have stomach pain, bloating, gaining weight or other symptoms of sickness?
  • Food plays a significant role in your overall health – affecting your physical performance & mental abilities.
  • A food journal and assessment of your eating habits is key to determine which foods may cause problems in your immune system.
  • Together we will develop a personalized diet and meal plans to treat your symptoms
  • Whether it is providing a specific, individualized diet plan or receiving expert advice and guidance, our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help!

Food plays a significant role in our overall health – some may improve our physical performance and mental abilities, while others may have negative effects on our health. Some foods may help you alleviate the symptoms of a specific disease, while others may aggravate these symptoms. Though it is not life-threatening, intolerance to certain foods can have a significant impact on one’s quality of life, and it is generally difficult to diagnose.
Typical symptoms are bloating, migraine & headaches, feeling unwell, stomach ache, irritable bowel…and more.

Despite performing Food Intolerance Tests (FIT) we work with you by understanding your eating habits and how you react / feel after eating certain food. Some of our patients are intolerant to several groups of foods, making it harder to determine whether it might be a chronic illness or food intolerance. Intolerance can very negatively impact your life – but by taking a scientific approach with the help of our nutritionists & dietitians, an improvement is always possible.

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Food plays a significant role in our overall health – some may improve our physical performance and mental abilities, while others may have negative effects on our health. Some foods may help you alleviate the symptoms of a specific disease, while others may aggravate these symptoms. Though it is not life-threatening, intolerance to certain foods can have a significant impact on one’s quality of life, and it is generally difficult to diagnose.
Typical symptoms are bloating, migraine & headaches, feeling unwell, stomach ache, irritable bowel…and more.

Despite performing Food Intolerance Tests (FIT) we work with you by understanding your eating habits and how you react / feel after eating certain food. Some of our patients are intolerant to several groups of foods, making it harder to determine whether it might be a chronic illness or food intolerance. Intolerance can very negatively impact your life – but by taking a scientific approach with the help of our nutritionists & dietitians, an improvement is always possible.

Do you get swollen lips or have trouble breathing when eating certain foods? You might have a food allergy!
  • Food allergy is an immune system reaction that occurs soon after eating a certain food.
  • Even a tiny amount of allergy-causing food can trigger symptoms such as digestive problems, breathing problems or worse.
  • Sometimes, a food allergy can cause a life-threatening reaction known as anaphylaxis.
  • Our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help you in understanding how to identify dangerous foods and how to avoid them.

A Food Allergy is a reaction of your immune system that usually occurs soon after eating a certain food. Even a tiny amount of the allergy-causing food can trigger symptoms like digestive pain or breathing problems. Sometimes, a food allergy can even cause a life-threatening reaction known as anaphylaxis.

Food allergy affects more children than adults, and some children lose their food allergy with age.

Unfortunately, food allergies are often confused (by patients and doctors alike) with food intolerances. A food intolerance is a less serious condition that does not involve the immune system – talk to our Nutritionists & Dietitians to evaluate your situation and develop a tailored treatment plan for you.

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A Food Allergy is a reaction of your immune system that usually occurs soon after eating a certain food. Even a tiny amount of the allergy-causing food can trigger symptoms like digestive pain or breathing problems. Sometimes, a food allergy can even cause a life-threatening reaction known as anaphylaxis.

Food allergy affects more children than adults, and some children lose their food allergy with age.

Unfortunately, food allergies are often confused (by patients and doctors alike) with food intolerances. A food intolerance is a less serious condition that does not involve the immune system – talk to our Nutritionists & Dietitians to evaluate your situation and develop a tailored treatment plan for you.

Do you suffer from a metabolic disorder like diabetes? Do you have symptoms like lethargy, weight loss, seizures?
  • Changes in your metabolic processes can have negative effects and create severe disorders, like heart diseases or diabetes.
  • Dietary guidance is critical to keep your health and avoid potentially life-threatening conditions - by avoiding certain food intake.
  • A diabetes diet is a healthy-eating plan that's naturally rich in nutrients and low in fat and calories - minimizing any the impact on your lifestyle.
  • Whether it is providing a specific, individualized diet plan or receiving expert advice and guidance, our Dietitians and Nutritionists can help!

Metabolic disorders & diseases can have various symptoms and conditions- including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, weight gain, abnormal cholesterol levels. Those often occur together, thus increasing your risk of serious conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Even worse, many disorders have no clear symptoms. 

If you suffer from overweight, lifestyle changes are very important to avoid the development of insulin resistance, otherwise, your glucose levels will continue to increase. As a result, you might develop diabetes.

If you have a metabolic disease, significant lifestyle changes can delay or even prevent the development of serious health problems. Talk to our healthcare professionals, dietitians and nutritionists today!

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Metabolic disorders & diseases can have various symptoms and conditions- including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, weight gain, abnormal cholesterol levels. Those often occur together, thus increasing your risk of serious conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Even worse, many disorders have no clear symptoms. 

If you suffer from overweight, lifestyle changes are very important to avoid the development of insulin resistance, otherwise, your glucose levels will continue to increase. As a result, you might develop diabetes.

If you have a metabolic disease, significant lifestyle changes can delay or even prevent the development of serious health problems. Talk to our healthcare professionals, dietitians and nutritionists today!

Do you have IBS? You suffer from symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or flatulence?
  • Because symptoms vary from person to person, treatment should always start with managing necessary dietary & lifestyle factors.
  • Often symptoms of IBS are subtle and difficult to determine - a series of specialized tests together with the assessment of our therapists can give a good indication.
  • As there is no specific blood test, diagnosis is more based on symptoms, generally via a standardized set of criteria such as “Rome III”
  • After diagnosis of IBS, some blood tests are recommended including a complete blood count, inflammatory markers and antibody testing for celiac disease.
  • A specialized diet should be done only under close supervision of an experienced and qualified therapist.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a disorder of the large intestine where you usually suffer from one or more gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, abdominal distension, cramping, constipation, diarrhea or flatulence. Although the mechanisms have not been fully understood, the cause of IBS is likely related to the nerves in the intestines that affect the gastrointestinal motility. Reasons could be genetics, inflammation, intestinal infections, social factors as well as psychological factors.

Because the symptoms vary from person to person, treatment should always start with managing the necessary dietary &  lifestyle factors. If these factors have been addressed and problems still occur, the second line of treatment would be to take a FODMAP diet (Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols) which is specifically developed for the treatment of IBS. This type of diet should be done under supervision of an experienced Dietitian.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a disorder of the large intestine where you usually suffer from one or more gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, abdominal distension, cramping, constipation, diarrhea or flatulence. Although the mechanisms have not been fully understood, the cause of IBS is likely related to the nerves in the intestines that affect the gastrointestinal motility. Reasons could be genetics, inflammation, intestinal infections, social factors as well as psychological factors.

Because the symptoms vary from person to person, treatment should always start with managing the necessary dietary and lifestyle factors. If these factors have been addressed and problems still occur, the second line of treatment would be to take a FODMAP diet (Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols) which is specifically developed for the treatment of IBS. This type of diet should be done under supervision of an experienced and qualified Dietitian.

Hormonal imbalance can drive weight gain, fatigue, and insomnia - The right food helps restoring hormonal balance.
  • If you experience weight gain, lethargy and insomnia, it could be linked to hormonal imbalances.
  • Symptoms of hormonal imbalance are often subtle and difficult to determine without an experienced therapist.
  • Certain foods in your diet can restore or throw off the balance of your hormones.
  • Talk to our Dietitians and Nutritionists to educate you on how food affects you or to provide you with an individualized diet plan to fix your hormonal imbalance.

Hormonal balance is vital to a healthy mind and body, but can be easily disrupted in many ways. Beside naturally hormonal fluctuations, hormone imbalance can be caused through the toxins we absorb, an unbalanced lifestyle through stress or unhealthy eating habits. Foods can increase or decrease your estrogen and testosterone levels – for example, ff you’re going through menopause, eating soy or flaxseed products may also help control your symptoms and lower your risk of certain health conditions. 

If the interaction between hormones (estrogens, progesterone, cortisol, DHEA’s and testosterone) are out of balance, this may result in weight gain, hot flashes and insomnia for females. While for men a declining testosterone level is linked to prostate enlargement, a decline in muscle strength and lethargy. Bringing your hormones in balance could reduce complaints that you suffer from. 

To develop together with you a tailored treatment plan by combining nutritional intake assessments with hormones tests. Talk to our nutritionists & dietitians to improve your health situation and enjoy life to it’s fullest!

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Hormonal balance is vital to a healthy mind and body, but can be easily disrupted in many ways. Beside naturally hormonal fluctuations, hormone imbalance can be caused through the toxins we absorb, an unbalanced lifestyle through stress or unhealthy eating habits. Foods can increase or decrease your estrogen and testosterone levels – for example, ff you’re going through menopause, eating soy or flaxseed products may also help control your symptoms and lower your risk of certain health conditions. 

If the interaction between hormones (estrogens, progesterone, cortisol, DHEA’s and testosterone) are out of balance, this may result in weight gain, hot flashes and insomnia for females. While for men a declining testosterone level is linked to prostate enlargement, a decline in muscle strength and lethargy. Bringing your hormones in balance could reduce complaints that you suffer from. 

To develop together with you a tailored treatment plan by combining nutritional intake assessments with hormones tests. Talk to our nutritionists & dietitians to improve your health situation and enjoy life to it’s fullest!

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Good clinic. Saw Eva Anelauskas for sports nutrition. She did a great diet plan I can follow easily, even though I dont cook a lot at home. Thanks!
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I went and have massage by Ms. Arlyn Castro Hortelano..Massage was amazing..She knows every points and parts to concentrate..i felt so relaxed , reborn and very light..she even gave me wonderful advices about my muscles and how to relax them.. I am so sure i am in goods hands with her..i cant stop and just keep coming back..Highly recommend Ms.Arlyn..?????read more
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Wieske Heinen
17:55 07 Jan 18
I had a very positive experience at Beyond Nutrition. Setting up appointments was fast and easy, and the clinic atmosphere and staff were pleasant. The nutritional consultations were very helpful, particularly because of the blood tests. Overall highly recommended.read more
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Marieke Geurts
17:34 05 Dec 17
Beyond nutrition are also beyond expectations and standards! The team is amazing! They are so professional and friendly! I love going there for nutritional consultation, blood tests, massages and physiotherapy. Katharina, the manager, is my favorite person there! I book my nutritional consultation with her. She is well knowledgeable about her field and she is really accommodating to her clients. I highly recommend this place! They have so much more to offer, you just have to go and try their services ?read more
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11:35 20 Nov 17
I have had one of the best experiences with Beyond Nutrition. Ms. Nadia and Ms. Kathy are very professional and always helpful. Due to my work ethic I am not very good with following a schedule, but they are very accommodating and we were able to work out a schedule that would fit around my life, and not for my life to change (significantly) around the eating and exercise regimen. I would really recommend them to anyone who is looking to get healthy or just to get a good perspective on what they can change to be a better self :DP.S. Thanks to the nurse who recommended I get my cholesterol and lipids checked, never would have known, maybe until too late.read more
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Meet Our Dietitians & Nutritionists

Consultations with our experienced nutritionist or dietitian in Dubai include a detailed nutritional assessment, food journal analysis, nutrition education, and individual diet plans.

Owner, Clinical Director & Dietitian
Katharina Elbracht
Katharina is the Owner and Clinical Director of Beyond Nutrition. She is a Clinical Dietitian, educated in Germany. She is specialized on Vegan & Vegetarian Nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy.
    Senior Clinical Dietitian
    Nadia Bornman
    Nadia is a Senior Clinical Dietitian with a Bachelor Degree of Dietetics from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She is specialized in Sports Nutrition, Digestive Health, Women and Child Nutrition.
      Nutritionist
      Eva Anelauskas
      Eva is a Nutritionist with a Master of Science in Food Technology and Nutrition from Sweden and Master of Science in Sports & Exercise Nutrition from the UK. She is specialized in Sports Nutrition, Hormonal Imbalances and Weight Loss.
        Dietitian
        Lima Faza’a
        Lima is a licensed Clinical Dietitian with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics from University of Sharjah. She is specialized in weight management, Arabic eating habits and Arabic Cuisine.
          Nutritionist
          Aya Majed
          Aya is a registered Nutritionist, graduated from the University of Jordan with a BSc in Nutrition and Food Technology. She is a native Arabic speaker and specialized in Arabic Nutrition and Women and Child Nutrition.

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