What Are Dietetics & Nutrition Services?

What we eat is central to our health. The nutrients in food enable cells in our body to perform their necessary functions  such as growth, development, and maintenance of body functions. When a certain nutrient is lacking, certain aspects of bodily function and human health can deteriorate.

Looking at food from a nutritional perspective goes beyond counting calories or grams. It’s about prioritising food that we should include in our diet, rather than exclude. Our dietitians are here to guide you in making those nourishing choices.

Our qualified dietitians provide personalised nutritional plans and advice to all inpatients and outpatients in these areas:

  • Weight management
  • Chronic illnesses such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, kidney disease, liver disease, gout
  • Cancer (Oncology)
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • General wellness/healthy eating
  • Food allergies and intolerances
  • Nutrition support for poor oral intake and tube-feeding patients

Services We Offer

Personalised Consultation

Anthropometric Assessment

Anthropometry is the measurement of physical attributes such as height, weight, and fat mass composition of the human body, offering valuable insights into an individual’s nutritional status.

Anthropometric assessment is an essential component of nutritional evaluation to determine malnutrition, weight status, obesity, loss of muscular mass, gain of fat mass, and adipose tissue redistribution.

Anthropometric indicators are used to evaluate the prognosis of chronic and acute diseases, guiding medical intervention for patients in need.

Personalised Dietary Therapy and Intervention

A nutrition intervention aims to resolve or improve the nutrition diagnosis or problem by providing advice, education, or delivering specific dietary components through a tailored meal plan designed to meet the patient’s needs.

The 4 categories of nutrition intervention are:

Individualized approach to providing food/nutrients. Equip patients with the knowledge to make positive changes in their diet and lifestyle on food, nutrition, and physical activities, to maintain or improve their health. A supportive process that helps individuals identify their food, nutrition, and physical activity priorities, set goals, and create personalised action plans. 

It empowers them to take responsibility for their own care, managing existing diseases effectively and promoting overall health.

Consultation to assist in treating or managing nutrition-related problems

Nutrition intervention comprises strategies that target nutritional intake, nutrition-related knowledge or behaviour, environmental conditions, or access to supportive care and services. 

The goals of these interventions provide a way to track progress and measure outcomes.

Nutrition and Lifestyle Evaluation

By understanding your health goals, food preferences, cooking habits, beverage choices, exercise frequency, sleep quality, stress levels, and existing health concerns, we create a comprehensive profile for you. This helps us identify factors that may affect your health and highlight areas that are important or challenging for you to address.

Our advice and recommendations are tailored to your individual lifestyle, diet, current health status, and health goals. We assess six key areas that impact your overall well-being: diet, activity levels, lifestyle, body weight, stress, and any current health concerns. 

This Health & Diet Assessment closely mirrors the service you will receive during a private nutrition therapy consultation.

Patient Progress Monitoring with Follow-up Visits

Dietitians provide personalised recommendations based on a patient’s food preferences, and according to their medical, educational, cultural, and socioeconomic needs.

Initial visits to dietitians often require one hour, and follow-up visits range from 20–30 minutes depending on the diagnosis and level of health literacy.

Dietitians send reports of initial and follow-up visits to the referring doctors, outlining their complete nutrition assessment and interpretation of the patient’s diet and lifestyle. These reports include recommendations and plans for follow-up. It’s important to reinforce/reiterate these suggestions, motivate them to follow the advice, and keep track of the patient’s progress.

In-ward Nutrition Support

  • Nutrition risk screening
  • Nutrition care for the critically-ill, malnourished, and individualised meal plan for patients with special needs
  • Enteral (tube-feeding) and parenteral nutrition support

Community and Corporate Services

  • Health talks and programs at the workplace
  • Employee health and nutrition screening program
  • Cooking demonstration

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+6012 328 6913

Office Hour:

Monday – Friday,
8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

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