Dr. Helena Taylor Clinic

Crafting a Balanced Diet with our Expert Nutritionist in Dubai

From personalised nutrition counselling to weight management programs and nutritional assessments, our dietitian is dedicated to empowering you to take control of your nutrition and transform your life.

Whether you're looking to lose weight, manage a chronic condition, or simply improve your overall well-being, our dietitian is here to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. Take the first step towards a healthier you and schedule your consultation with our dieticians today.

Crafting a Balanced Diet with the Best Nutritionist in Dubai

Personalised Nutrition and Meal Plans for a Healthier Living

Struggling with weight management, medical conditions, or lifestyle changes? Your journey to a healthier lifestyle begins here. At Dr. Helena Taylor’s clinic, our dedicated team of expert nutritionists is committed to guiding you on the path to better living through personalised nutrition plans. We understand that everyone’s nutrition needs are different, which is why we take the time to understand you, your unique needs, and your health goals.

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

While both dietitians and nutritionists work in the field of nutrition, there are differences between the two roles.

Dietitians typically need to be licensed or registered, often holding degrees in dietetics or related fields. Dietitians in Dubai are governed by the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) and are required to hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree in nutrition, as well as a DHA license. They are trained to provide medical nutrition therapy and can work in clinical settings, such as hospitals, to develop dietary plans for patients with medical conditions.

Nutritionists, on the other hand, may have varying levels of education and credentials, and their scope of practice can vary widely. They may focus on general nutrition education and wellness rather than medical nutrition therapy.

When do you see a nutritionist?

A nutritionist can provide personalised guidance and support tailored to your unique needs and goals. You should consult a nutritionist for:

If you want to improve your overall health, manage your weight, or enhance athletic performance.

For assistance managing medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or food allergies.

When dealing with digestive problems like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), celiac disease, or gastrointestinal reflux.

To ensure optimal nutrition during pregnancy and lactation, addressing any specific needs or concerns.

For support in overcoming eating disorders or disordered eating habits.

If you’re considering a specific diet plan such as vegetarianism, veganism, or gluten-free, and need guidance on how to meet your nutritional requirements.

Crafting a Balanced Diet with the Best Nutritionist in Dubai

What do nutritionists do?

Nutritionists specialise in providing expert advice on food and nutrition. They assess individual dietary needs, develop personalised meal plans, educate clients on healthy eating habits, and address nutritional concerns to promote overall health and well-being.

Our Services

Navigate Your Dietary Needs with Support from Our Nutritionist

Personalised Nutrition Counselling

Our nutritionists offer one-on-one counseling sessions to assess your dietary habits, lifestyle factors, and health goals.

What are the benefits of customised nutrition plans?

Through personalised consultations, they develop customised nutrition plans that address specific nutritional needs, preferences, and concerns.

This may include recommendations for balanced meal planning, portion control, dietary modifications, and strategies for achieving dietary goals.

Weight Management Programs

Our nutritionists design comprehensive weight management programs that integrate dietary modifications, physical activity recommendations, behavior change strategies, and ongoing support to help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

Weight management programs vs diets — what is the difference?

These programs are tailored to your unique metabolism, dietary preferences, and lifestyle factors, with a focus on sustainable lifestyle changes rather than short-term diets.

Nutritional Assessments

Nutritional assessments help to evaluate your current nutritional status, dietary intake, nutrient deficiencies, and health risks.

What does these assessments involve?

This may involve dietary recall interviews, food frequency questionnaires, body composition analysis, and biochemical assessments to identify areas for improvement and inform personalised nutrition interventions.

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