Certified dietitian/nutritionist and Mindful eating trainer.
N° professional register : 2013.09.001/DIE
CNS Code: 361005-68
Nutritional consultations are available at the GesondheetsZentrum by appointment only.
Appointments can be scheduled from Monday to Thursday between 12.00 am and 6.30 pm.
Telephone number : 691 790 960
E-mail : email@example.com
Website : www.mindful-eating.lu
Nutritional consultations at the GesondheetsZentrum is aimed at people aged 16 and over.
The dietician advises the patient individually and personalized in terms of nutrition and eating behavior or elaborates a nutritional therapy. She accompanies and supports the patient so that he can better achieve the agreed goals.
The number of consultations and the duration of nutritional therapy depend on the treatment motive, the severity of the health problem and the progression of the patient. The number of consultation hours reimbursed by the state National Health Fund should not be decisive, but rather the actual needs of the patient.
The diseases or health problems to be treated by the nutritionist depend on the respective areas of competence or specializations. We would therefore like to inform you that the following diseases are not treated in the GesondheetsZentrum: Chronic renal failure, Crohn’s disease, hemorrhagic rectocolitis, mucoviscidosis.
Additional information can be found under www.mindful-eating.lu
A few words about myself…
I am a qualified and registered dietitian with specializations in the areas of mindful eating, as well as in caring for people who suffer from an imbalance in their relationship with food (eating disorders, unhealthy eating habits (emotions, stress, etc.).
There are two approaches that guide me in my work. The first is a mindfulness-based approach and the second is the systemic approach. I think that the way a person eats is the result of several factors, such as the family environment, the professional environment, the education he received as a child, or, for example, the ability to cope with stress. Many people know exactly what they should eat, but they don’t put it into practice on a daily basis. So, I invite patients, in addition to the nutritional advice itself, to analyze their eating behavior. In order to, for example, find out what can trigger the desire to eat even if the person is not really hungry, at least not physically. Stress and difficult emotions often play an important role because they make us eat unconsciously. The practice of mindful eating teaches us to eat more consciously. It strengthens the connection to ourselves, sensitizes our senses to better feel and understand our body, the signals of hunger and satiety e.g. Mindful eating helps us respect our true needs instead of eating at inappropriate times. I wish every person a healthy and natural relationship with food, free from prohibitions, restrictions or frustration.