Dietetics & Nutrition

MEDICIS – Woluwe

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Most Medicis practitioners are multilingual and can offer consultations in several languages.
The dietician can also carry out consultations specialized in sports nutrition:

- Weight management
- Natural optimization of performances
- Management of glycogen, especially before and during a competition

He will give you food preparation techniques and multiples types of cooking.

Tel : 02 / 762 03 25

BALANCED SPORTS CLINIC - Brussels

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If you make a point of starting a new lifestyle, with balanced nutrition and regular activities, do not hesitate to make an appointment in this centre. Dietitians will give you pieces of advice according to your situation (work, habits, needs, height and goals to achieve).

Tel : 0499 / 29 53 06

MEDICAL CENTER MEDIMARIEN-Schaerbeek

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A varied and balanced diet offered for people suffering from diabetes. Prevention and treatment for obesity, hypertension, cholesterol.
Rue Marcel Marien, 21 - 1030 Schaerbeek
Tel : 02 / 743 07 80

DIETCONSULT – Uccle

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Complementarity of services around weight management as well in prevention as in therapeutic or particular situations: overweight, obesity, diabetes,...
Tel : 02 / 421 16 21

ALEXIS DE HEMPTINNE - Schaerbeek

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Your life rythm and habits, but also your age and morphology have an influence on your diet. This coach offers you a way to find a better balance. He creates personalised programs especially for you.

MANON DESMET - Ixelles

This experienced dietetician takes charge of every person who wants to follow her advice, if they suffer from excess weight, obesity, diabetes, cholesterol, etc. Manon Desmet teaches you how to eat healthy by helping you to do your shopping.

MEDISPORT - Dietary counseling in Brussels

Go through personal results and understand what is wrong in your food habits, thanks to Philippe Reumont. On that ground, you will be able to eat better and have a healthier lifestyle.
Weight loss, diabetes, kids, food intolerances...
Tel : 02 / 675 74 22

Are you a nutritionist in Brussels ?

As a professional in this field, if you are active in the Brussels area and if you are experienced, you can join our network. We provide you various customised solutions in order to increase your public recognition and expand your client basis.

How to maintain a balanced life?

Whether you want to lose some kilos or maintain your actual weight, some habits may have a positive effect. The health practitioners you’re working with have some great tips for you:

  • Do not skip meals: it is better to take a light meal than skip one so that there are fewer chances you experience cravings later in the day. Those little snacks are often too fat or sweet and do not have any nutritional interest.
  • Do not withdraw something you really like from your diet: in order to maintain your motivation for the long term, it is important to enjoy what you eat. Having a balanced life is not a punishment, so you don’t have to feel like it is one. You could simply reduce your intake of it (whether it is chocolate, pancakes, potatoes or anything else you can’t live without).
  • Take your time: do not eat in front of your computer or your television and take the time to enjoy every ingredient to taste every flavour of it.
  • Have a list of groceries you need when you go to the supermarket: also, do not go when you’re hungry. These are the best way to buy something you don’t really need or to satisfy a craving.
  • Avoid strict diets: this is the same idea as previously. After the holiday season, which has been the occasion of many big meals with your friends or family and of a lot of alcoholic and/or sweet beverages, people often take the resolution to lose all that weight. But have a lot of restrictions at the same time, especially after this festive (or just before the summer), can make it really hard to maintain your motivation. You'd better take your time, reduce quantities, be more active, and so on.

Information published on the page Brussels Wellness / Dietetics and nutrition.

More information about nutritionists and dietitians

Whether you want to lose weight or lead an healthier life, thoses specialists will help you reach your goals. But which one do you need to consult? After a three-years cursus, dietitians have received a recognised degree while nutritionists is not a regulated profession. If the medical appointment is generally more expensive, you can expect a refund from your health mutual if you book in a dietetician practice.