Nutritional Advice and Therapy

Nutritional Advice and Therapy

Our nutritional counseling, nutritional therapy and diabetes advice are available to our inpatients, day clinic patients and outpatients.

We provide individualized counseling on nutrition and diabetes for patients with psychiatric disorders.

  • Advice on metabolic diseases (e.g. high cholesterol, gout, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, etc.), hormonal diseases (e.g. hashimoto’s disease or thyroid dysfunction), incompatibilities (e.g. lactose intolerance or fructose malabsorption) and eating disorders.
  • One-to-one training on diabetes mellitus type I or II, preparation for pregnancy (optimal metabolism) as well as care for pregnant women with endocrine diseases.
  • Special diets in the context of psychopharmacotherapy (e.g. tyramine diet)
  • Individual training in cooking and shopping.

Supportive nutritional therapy "Strong and Fit" in cooperation with physiotherapy for weight loss

This is available for inpatients and day clinic patients.

Anti-diet group

  • Motivation and exchange of experience among participants
  • Dealing with cravings from using psychopharmacotherapy
  • Enjoyment training and mindfulness
  • Training "What is a normal portion", everyday tips and tricks
  • Knowledge transfer (e.g. nutrients, food, beverages, sweeteners, diets, etc.)

Light cuisine

  • Joint preparation of a healthy, everyday dishes or menus
  • Enjoyment training
  • Practical application of the training (e.g. portion sizes)
  • Exchange of experience and promotion of daily-living skills

Cooking therapy

This is available for inpatients and day clinic patients.

  • Preparing and making a menu together, taking into account any possible dietary needs of the individual participants, with the aim of improving daily-living abilities and skills
  • Practice social interactions
  • Enjoyment training
  • Self-care
  • Exercises of perception
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