We advice on critical changes that may be needed during food preparation, processing and consumption for optimum nutrient retention. We also tailor diet plans to meet individuals special dietary needs.

Our main focus is on the most vulnerable groups including Infants, Young Children, Lactating Women, Adolescent, Renal Patients, cancer patients, diabetes patients and patients with digestive disorders.

Therapeutic Diets

Bland Diet 

Comprise of foods that are soft, not very spicy and low in fiber that are least likely to irritate the gastrointestinal tract. Highly prescribed for individuals suffering from gastric or duodenal ulcers, gastritis or ulcerative colitis.

Full Liquid Diet

Provides food and fluids that are liquid or semi liquid at room temperature. It is used as a step between a clear liquid diet and a regular diet. The purpose of the full liquid diet is to provide an oral (by mouth) source of fluid for individuals who are incapable of chewing, swallowing or digesting solid food.

Soft Diet 

Soft in consistency, easy to chew and easily digestible. Highly recommended for infants from 6 months of age, individuals with gastrointestinal disorders and during early recovery phase following a surgery.

Autoimmune Protocol Diet (AIP)

Designed for those dealing with autoimmune disease. It removes foods that stimulate the immune system and worsen intestinal permeability or leaky gut.

Ketogenic Diet

A high fat and very low carbohydrate diet with low to moderate amounts of protein highly recommended for weight loss.

Elemental Diet

A liquid formula of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, carbohydrates, electrolytes and fats. It is most often used in gastrointestinal disorders and inflammatory bowel diseases to give the digestive tract a rest through nutrition that is easy to assimilate and digest.

Renal Diet

Low in sodium, phosphorous and protein. A renal diet recommends the consumption of high quality protein and usually limits fluid intake. It is important to work with a renal dietician to come up with a diet that is tailored to the patient’s needs because some patients may also need to limit potassium and calcium.

Diabetic Diet

Controls the amount of food you eat especially foods that rapidly affect blood sugars to help manage the disease. The diet recommends wise food choices from each food groups to maximize your nutritional intake.


The Dietary approaches to stop Hypertension is used to treat high blood pressure. The diet recommends the intake of high potassium, magnesium, calcium and fiber to help lower blood pressure and also limits the intake of sodium if you have high blood pressure.