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Eating habits are set in early childhood.

A healthy lifestyle in children and adolescents, healthy food choices, physical activity and family support help to prevent weight-related problems,  reduces disease risk such as iron deficiency anemia and poor bone mineralization, among other health problems.

Being overweight or obese in adolescence increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and is likely to persist into adulthood.

Preventing, managing or treating health-related problems in young people avoids or prevents problems in adulthood.

A balanced diet ensures that all growth and development needs are met.

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Healthy Eating

weight-related issues (unhealthy weight)​

Plant-based diet

Tube Feeding Management 

Poor growth  

Feeding issues: picky eaters/ texture issues

Type 1 & 2 Diabetes

​ and other endocrinological disorders


Cardiovascular Problems
High cholesterol, triglycerides,


​Congenital Heart Defects

and other heart related issues

Digestive issues

Food allergies & intolerance

Celiac disease

 Variety of gastrointestinal disorders:

Cosntipation, Eosinophilic Disorders and more ...

Nutrition Support for oncology 


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