Dietician & anti-aging program coordinator
Evaluate patients for Anti - Aging program. (Dubai)
Masters in Clinical Nutrition - American University of Beirut (Dubai)
Bachelor in Food Sciences & Dietetics
Permanent guest at Abu Dhabi TV (Abu Dhabi & Khalifa City)
More than ten years of experience in Clinical Nutrition.
Medically supervised weight reduction programs. (Sharjah)
Medically supervised weight reduction programs (Al Ain)
Bachelor in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics (RAK)
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What we eat is not only making us physically unfit but mentally unfit as well. In other words, it’s making us crazy. After all we are what we eat.
Many food items being promoted today — from infant formulas to “health-conscious” packaged meals — are dangerously deficient in a number of nutrients, which adversely affects brain development. The food industry is guilty of producing these over-processed, artificially flavored and chemical-ridden "pseudo foods," such as sodas, processed soups, sweetened juices, sugared cereals, and fiberless bread.
Certain kinds of foods can cause emotional and learning difficulties, fatigue, hyper-activity in class, depression, anti-social and criminal behavior, bad grades and low SAT scores.
Fast foods and vending-machines can hype children up with sugars and huge amounts of sodium, which over-stimulate the brain and mess up the body’s electrical systems.
It’s never too late to change your eating habits; you can make huge differences in your behavior and mental capacity if you start today, no matter what age you are. Eating at home is making a big come back and will be the wave of the future. The lost art of healthy and tasty cooking will be rediscovered. Regularly eating fast food will be for the poor and the uneducated.