Dietetics Wrocław

Dietetics is a branch of medicine dealing with human nutrition in terms of both physiological and pathophysiological, as well as psychological and technological aspects.

This specialization can be divided into clinical dietetics and sports dietetics.

A clinical dietitian is a specialist who, by definition, deals mainly with the nutrition of sick people, but his competence also includes working with healthy people who require changes in eating habits.

In the case of a sports nutritionist, as the name suggests, the nutritional support offered is addressed to people who practice sports as professional, semi-professional, and amateur.

Each dietitian with long-term experience has their own niche - the type of ailments or special needs, about which his knowledge is much deeper, and helping patients comes much easier. It may concern specific types of sports (e.g. nutrition in strength sports), specific diseases (e.g. nutrition in inflammatory bowel diseases), or food preferences (e.g. vegan diet).

When choosing a specialist for yourself, it is worth paying attention to his field of education and the scope of his interests. This often allows you to find out before the first visit whether this particular dietitian will meet all the expectations you set for them.
A first visit to a dietitian - what should you know?

A first visit to a dietitian - what should you know?

The first visit to the dietitian includes a detailed (lasting an hour) interview about eating habits, culinary preferences, lifestyle, medical history, and current health problems.

What should you take for the first visit:

  • A 3-day nutrition register, i.e.:
    • The amount and composition of meals in-home measurements (e.g. a glass, a spoon, a slice, etc.)
    • Amount and type of beverages drunk
    • Times of meals
    • If you have digestive problems, it is worth recording in the diary when they occurred and how long they lasted
  • Available results of laboratory tests, hospital discharge cards, descriptions of visits to a physician, etc.
  • List of drugs and supplements taken with dosage

Based on the interview, together with our specialist, you will determine the goals and course of cooperation, plan further visits and discuss the basic nutritional recommendations needed immediately.

Within a week of your first visit, you will receive comprehensive, personalized nutritional recommendations that will include:

  • Guidelines for the qualitative selection of products (taking into account the natural course of the disease - e.g. periods of worsening and remission, if any)
  • The proposed time frame for meals
  • Proposed supplementation
  • Suggestions for physical activity and helpful lifestyle modifications
  • Tips for self-composing a menu (proportions of individual products on a plate, examples of well-balanced meals)
  • List of products indicated and not recommended in the daily diet
  • Additional information/materials/guidelines that turned out to be necessary during the interview in order to meet all nutritional needs
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A control visit to a dietitian - what should you know?

What should you take for the control visit:

  • Current 3-day nutrition register, i.e.:
  • The amount and composition of meals in-home measurements (e.g. a glass, a spoon, a slice, etc.)
  • Amount and type of beverages drunk
  • Times of meals
  • If you have digestive problems, it is worth recording in the diary when they occurred and how long they lasted
  • Printed nutritional recommendations with your own comments
  • Current results of laboratory tests (if previous nutritional modifications were aimed at improving laboratory parameters)

During a follow-up visit, we will:

  • Analyze the difficulties encountered so far and look for tailor-made solutions
  • Discuss nutritional and health progress
  • Modify nutritional recommendations adequately to current needs
  • At your request, a personalized 7-day menu will be prepared, which is a visualization of the nutritional recommendations prepared so far

Depending on the adopted method of cooperation and the patient's needs, follow-up visits may take place every few weeks or less often and may or may not include the preparation of a menu.

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A control visit to a dietitian - what should you know?

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Price list

First visit (with nutritional recommendations)
PLN 250
Follow-up visit
PLN 150
A follow-up visit with menu
PLN 300
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