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A good nutritionist can help us in everything that has to do with nutrition, in other words, it can treat both metabolic diseases and weight control.

Here are some examples of what our experts can help you with:

Weight-loss diets.

Overweight and obesity are not only an a esthetic problem, they can affect our physical, organic and mental health. This type of diet also serves to prevent obesity, overweight and eating disorders.

When you want to modify your diet or want to know more about nutrition, go to the only qualified professionals, dieticians-nutritionists..

No, sports nutrition does not consist in the intake of supplementation or strange and impersonalized diets offered in commercial gyms. In Body & Mind we care about creating a personalized diet for you. To do this we conduct an initial interview, after a good study we create a personalized diet. The diet will depend on your lifestyle, your tastes, your anthropometric values, your medical history, your schedule and of course the sport you practice. Our goal is always to seek an improvement in health and always get the maximum performance to break your records and goals.

Intolerance and allergies.

This branch of nutrition is focused on those people who have limited nutrition. We can help you so that the day to day is not so monotonous and boring when it comes to eating. The most common intolerances are gluten, lactose, fructose, sorbitol or lipid transport proteins.  

The work of the nutritionist is a great complement in certain situations and pathologies, our team will help you minimize the symptoms that trigger many pathologies. Certain pathologies can result in malnutrition, such as cancer. In these cases it is very important the help of a dietitian-nutritionist, to try to keep the body as healthy and strong as possible.

In addition to all the cases mentioned above, our team can also help you in all these cases:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Anemia
  • uric acid
  • Irritable colon
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Gastritis
  • Dysphagia
  • Constipation
  • Breastfeeding
  • Pregnancy