For nutrition-related problems and / or dietary advice, you have come to the right place. Hubbub Research has been working as a dietitian for over 15 years and also has an academic background.
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You can go for dietary advice for obesity and obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and various other diseases.
Here you see an overview for which you can go to Hubbub Research Center for dietary advice or nutritional advice. Dietary advice is a diet that has to meet specific requirements for medical reasons, such as dietary advice for diabetes mellitus or celiac disease. A nutritional advice is a general advice about nutrition, aimed at fitting the Guidelines for a good diet into daily life, for example nutritional advice in case of pregnancy or vegetarianism.
In 2019, 3 hours of dietary advice from the basic package will be reimbursed. In addition, dietary advice from various supplementary packages and chain care is reimbursed (there is no deductible for this). If you have been referred by a doctor or general practitioner and are in possession of a referral letter or make use of direct accessibility, you are entitled to 3 treatment hours per calendar year (4-7 consultations, depending on the duration of the consultations). The treatments from the basic insurance fall under the deductible. Children up to the age of 18 fall outside the deductible.
Expert Dietitian. Professional Care.
Margaret S. Poole
Your dietician has 15 years of dietetics experience (both clinical and outpatient), an academic background and is an experience expert on various diets. Margaret S. Poole graduated in 2003 from the Hogeschool. Here she completed the 4-year HBO degree in Nutrition and Dietetics.
After this, she started to delve deeper into the role of nutrition in the prevention of diseases, by completing the Nutrition and Health study at Wageningen University with a specialization in Food behaviour and disease prevention (Nutrition behaviour and disease prevention). 2005).
Since her graduation she has done research at the GGD and in the pharmaceutical sector. After this she started working as a dietitian in various hospitals. Here she assisted clients with obesity, diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart failure, COPD, cancer, stomach, liver and intestinal problems, chewing and swallowing problems, muscle diseases, malnutrition, tube feeding and parenteral nutrition.
To improve your cholesterol levels, it is important to balance the type of fats in your diet. It also looks at how much fiber and fish you eat. In the case of obesity, losing weight is desirable because it changes processes in the body, thereby improving cholesterol levels.
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