• Food Intolerance Test

    Food Intolerance Test

    Symptoms of food intolerance (bloating, headache, fatigue, diarrhea, irritable bowel and other gastroenterology and dermatology related conditions) could be multifaceted and could appear within a few hours or even days after the consumption of the food. This makes it difficult for the patient to identify the food or foods responsible for the symptoms. Food Intolerance…

  • Post-Operative Bariatric Surgery Diet

    Post-Operative Bariatric Surgery Diet

    The purpose of your surgery is to reduce the amount of food you can eat. After surgery, your diet will consist of small, high-protein meals. It is important for you to eat slowly and chew well. You will be eating less food and fewer calories. For this reason, you will need to take vitamin and…

  • Gluten free Diet

    Gluten free Diet

    the Gluten free diet is designed to decrease distention, flatulence, diarrhea, steatorrhea, weight loss, except for children short stature, and failure to thrive, caused by sensitivity to gluten – a protein found in wheat, rye, oats, and barley. This diet is used for individuals with celiac disease. At Healthy living we advise our patients to…

  • DASH Diet

    DASH Diet

    It is an eating pattern that reduces high blood pressure. It is not the traditional low sodium diet. DASH uses foods high in the minerals, calcium, potassium, and magnesium, which when combined helps lower blood pressure. It is also low in fat and high in fiber, an eating style recommended not only for hypertensive patients…

  • Infancy and Adolescence Diet

    Infancy and Adolescence Diet

    Because children are constantly growing and changing, early assessments allow any nutritional problems to be detected and treated early (failure to thrive, catch up growth, overweight, obesity, anorexia, bulimia…) A complete assessment of nutritional status includes the collection of anthropometric data (height, weight, weight for length or BMI, and all of which are plotted as…

  • Renal Failure Diet

    Renal Failure Diet

    is an eating pattern depending on your kidney’s function; recommended for patients with chronic renal failure or to patients on dialysis. As your kidney’s function changes, your diet may change as well; so what is right for others is not always right for you. At healthy living, we will help you in planning nutritious meals…

  • Ketogenic Diet

    Ketogenic Diet

    It is a diet pattern used for management of seizure disorders. The goals of nutrition intervention for the child with a seizure disorder are to promote optimal growth and development, to prevent or correct nutritional anomalies, and to minimize the negative impact of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) on nutritional status. At Healthy Living we offer individualized…

  • Dyslipidemia Diet

    Dyslipidemia Diet

    It is an eating pattern that reduces abnormal blood lipoproteins that increase the risk for heart disease. Dyslipidemia diet is a diet low in saturated fat, trans fat and uses the unsaturated fat food. It is also high in fiber and followed to decrease the level of cholesterol, Triglycerides, LDL (low density lipoprotein). It is…

  • Pregnancy Diet

    Pregnancy Diet

    It is a diet pattern that offers the target weight recommendations to avoid overweight and weight gain during pregnancy. At Healthy living, our aim is to give you a healthy diet plan that suits nutrients and vitamins needs, and to avoid over consumption of calories and fluid retention (edema) or nutritional deficiency during pregnancy.

  • Lactation Diet

    Lactation Diet

    Exclusive breastfeeding is unequivocally the preferred method of infant feeding for the first 4 to 6 months of life. The lactation diet is a diet pattern that offers the required amount of calorie intake with focusing on the necessary nutrients and vitamins needed since milk composition and production is related to mother’s diet.

  • Diabetic Diet

    Diabetic Diet

    It is a diet pattern that helps patients with diabetes to control glucose (blood sugar) and lipids in the blood by decreasing the grams of carbohydrate and fat they consume. Our goal in medical nutrition therapy for diabetes is to emphasize the role of lifestyle in improving glucose control, lipid profiles and blood pressure. Improving…