Clinical Nutrition is a discipline which deals with the prevention, diagnosis and management of nutritional, and metabolic changes related to acute and chronic disease as well as healthy aging, and conditions caused by a lack or excess of energy and nutrients.

This holistic approach investigates the interactions between metabolic disturbances which may cause abnormal compositions/functions of the body during many diseases such as obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes type II, depression and stress management.

Nutrition when integrated with medicine as a treatment plan explains how the patient must be fed or supplemented with dose based nutrients not only for swift recovery but also to establish the optimal health and wellbeing. Therefore, clinical nutrition is practiced in primary healthcare as a preventative medicine and as an intervention in secondary healthcare practice.

Focus Areas
  • Clinical Nutrition and Disease management
  • Reversing the Diabetes Mellitus Type II
  • Nutritional Assessment and Personal Recommendations
  • Weight Management
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Mental Health