WOMEN'S HEALTH & PREGNANCY
Are you breastfeeding or want to lose weight after pregnancy?
A comprehensive initial evaluation form to measure your health situation, eating and lifestyle habits. An unique approach used and refined across thousands of customers.
Scientific and technical measurement of your body composition, including measurements of your weight, body fat, muscle mass in the different regions of your body.
We jointly define your goals and what you want to achieve by when, taking into account your lifestyle, time to work out, eating habits and preferences.
Resourceful and proven diet plans tailored to your personal situation – can be protein-heavy, low on carbs, broken in various meals across the day. Other popular options are fully vegetarian or vegan diets.
Losing weight doesn’t mean giving up the joy of eating. We have resourceful lists of local restaurants and recipes to allow you to continue enjoying a fun lifestyle while successfully losing weight!
Based on your needs, we are available in follow-up consultation sessions to help you in achieving a sustainable lifestyle change and losing that additional weight for good!
We address the needs of the mother and the baby through fully personalized diet plans with resourceful nutritional program and meal plan details!
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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.