1. General nutritional assessment.

– Establish your actual weight, ideal weight, body mass index, waist/ hip ratio.

– Analysis of body composition: percentage of fat with visceral and non-visceral components,  percentage of muscle and water in your body.

– Establish your metabolic age and your level of fitness.

– Establish of the resting metabolic rate and your daily calorie requirement.

–  Nutritional genetic analysis, if it is necessary.

2. Analysis of your eating habit based on your nutritional journal; calculate your daily energy input and the amount of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins from your regular diet and which vitamins and minerals your body misses.

 3. Assessment of laboratory analyses and medical examinations.

4. Nutritional recommendations by correlation of results from nutritional assessment, analyses, investigations, medical diagnoses, patients preferences and daily lifestyle.