We provide professional support in Nutrition and Dietetics.
The Nutrition and Diet Department of the Dietician Private Gazi Hospital provides services such as planning the nutritional treatment of patients who need diet therapy and applying to the diet polyclinic, preparing diet programs for inpatients in the services, and providing nutrition therapy and training to patients receiving treatment in the dialysis unit.
In addition, it ensures that the necessary cleaning and quality controls are carried out in order to prepare food suitable for the nutrition of inpatients in healthy conditions and serve them to the service.
Individualized nutritional treatment is applied considering the age, height, weight, lifestyle, health status and physical activity of people who apply to the diet polyclinic for weight loss. It is important for the person to be included in his / her own slimming program in order to lose weight without disturbing the body balance, without being hungry, without experiencing health problems such as weakness, dizziness, anemia etc. In the treatment of obese children, especially in school age and adolescence, it is essential that diet does not adversely affect the healthy mental and body development of the child. A nutrition program is prepared to give 0.5-1 kg per week. In order not to regain the weight given, the person is trained to be removed from wrong habits and adapt to adequate and balanced nutrition. It is aimed to reduce the body fat of the person as a result of the slimming program applied together with healthy nutrition training. At each examination, body fat, muscle mass, body water and basal metabolic rate are measured with a body fat analyzer.
Weakness occurs in the body when the energy taken with daily foods is less than the energy consumed or when the nutrients taken are not used well by the body. Failure to recover the spent energy may result from inadequate nutrition of the person in terms of quality and quantity, as well as the inability to use the nutrients taken due to digestive disorders, circulatory disorders, infection and parasitic reasons. Hormonal imbalances can also cause weakness. After the cause of the weakness is determined by medical examinations, a nutrition program for weight gain is prepared.
It is the provision of nutritional treatment suitable for the diseases of all patients receiving outpatient or inpatient services. For example, diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stomach ulcer, liver and kidney failure, gall bladder diseases, etc.
Adequate and balanced nutrition during pregnancy and lactation is extremely important for the health of the mother and baby. Adequate and balanced nutrition is essential in order to avoid problems such as anemia, folic acid deficiency and related health problems, hair loss, tooth loss and other vitamin-mineral deficiencies during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes (gestational diabetes), which occurs in some women during pregnancy, is a condition that requires diet therapy. In order for the baby to develop healthy, to be born at a normal weight and to have a good postnatal development, the mother should be fed well. In addition, the mother’s gaining a lot of weight during pregnancy or breastfeeding, which is common in our society, and the excess weight can be prevented by appropriate nutrition programs.
The nutritional needs of the body differ in every period from infancy to old age. It is very important for babies under one-year-old to provide breast milk and supplements at the right time and in the right way for the brain and body development of the baby. Since growth and development continue rapidly during infancy and childhood, it is essential to intake sufficient nutrients such as energy, protein, vitamins and minerals. Age, height, lifestyle, physical activities, and health status affect the nutritional requirement of adults. In the old age, the energy need decreases in parallel with the decreasing physical activity and metabolic rate. During this period, the presence of various chronic diseases often requires regulation of diet.
People who do sports should have more food intake than normal people. Because the energy spent daily is too much. The type of sport, age, height, and health status of the person affects the energy he needs to take. In order to prevent weakness and growth retardation, especially in children who are in the growth and development age, an appropriate nutrition program must be prepared. Inadequate and unbalanced nutrition negatively affects both the performance and health of athletes.