Your English and American-speaking dietician in Barcelona

Need to lose or gain weight? Are you looking for nutritional support to preserve your body from aging? Are you considering changing your diet and don't know how to go about it? You are an athlete and need to adapt your meals in preparation for a competition?

Whatever your specific needs, our English and American-speaking nutritionists and dieticians in Barcelona can help you adapt your diet thanks to a personalized program that lasts over several months.

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Why consult a nutritionist?

A consultation with a nutritionist may be indicated to manage certain pathologies requiring adapted diets, such as the management of intestinal diverticula or Crohn's disease. A consultation may also be indicated in the case of obesity, or overweight, but also in the case of intense practice of sport or at certain periods of life, such as during pregnancy or menopause.

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Our nutrition and dietetics services

Sports nutrition

The nutritionists at Turó Park Clinics will welcome you to review your nutritional balance. A nutritional diet adapted to your needs and your energy expenditure is the key to controlled sports practice.

Dietary changes

If you have decided to change your diet (vegetarianism, veganism, etc.), it is important to be accompanied by a professional nutritionist in order to set up an adapted diet and prevent any micronutrient deficiency.

Well-aging nutrition

Aging is inevitable, but it is possible to slow down its harmful effects on the body by adopting a balanced diet rich in antioxidants.

Nutritional DNA testing

We now offer DNA testing to gain insight into your metabolism and therefore obtain nutritional recommendations based on your genetic profile.

Health Nutrition 

In addition to a balanced diet, certain pathologies such as diabetes, cancer, or digestive diseases (Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome, haemorrhagic rectocolitis, etc.) require special nutritional care.

Nutritional support for the menopause

Menopause, which generally occurs around the age of 52, brings with it, in most cases, its share of changes and discomforts, which can, however, be reduced through diet.

How does a nutrition consultation at Turó Park Clinics work?

  1. First free video consultation: during this first appointment, our nutritionist will take the time to understand your needs and your personal situation in order to propose a personalised programme that meets your expectations.
  2. Delivery of the personalised programme: you will receive your programme and action plan by email and will benefit from a consultation to ask your questions and discuss with your nutritionist.
  3. Regular follow-up: you will then benefit from a personalised follow-up for 3 months, with regular consultations.
  4. Review: 6 months after the start of your programme, you will be able to consult your nutritionist again to ensure that your results are sustainable.

Eat well to live better.

Our English and American-speaking nutritionist welcomes you to take stock of your dietary balance and propose an adapted programme, whatever your needs and objectives.

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Our English and American-speaking nutritionist

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Our answers to the most frequently asked questions about nutrition

What is the difference between a dietician and a nutritionist?

A nutritionist, like a dietician, is a health professional specialising in nutrition. Both have an excellent knowledge of the benefits and harms of foods and their effects on the body, and are able to give you the best advice on how to choose a balanced diet. They can also prevent, detect and treat nutrition-related diseases such as obesity, diabetes, anorexia or food phobias and offer dietary programmes that are perfectly adapted to the physiological needs of patients depending on their condition or disease.

How is BMI calculated?

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is the only index validated by the World Health Organisation to assess an individual's body weight and therefore possible health risks. BMI is used to determine whether you are thin, overweight or obese, for example. It is simply calculated by dividing the weight (in kg) by the square of the height (m). A normal BMI is between 18.5 and 25.

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