Nutrition and Dietetics
Depending on who you ask, the definition of “healthy eating” can vary widely from one person to another.
To add to the confusion, nutrition science is often contradictory and confusing, especially to lay people who rely on research papers written by nutrition researchers.
There’s no doubt that the food you eat directly affects your skin health. Your genes, age, environment, and lifestyle will contribute to the quality of your skin and your health.
Your skin health is also a reflection of your physical health. For example, if you are eating a regular diet high in sugar and/or alcohol, it may affect your liver or digestive system, this can cause an accumulation of toxins in your body that may show up in the form of inflammation, acne, pigmentation, wrinkles and fine lines etc. In addition, you may find excess fat tissue accumulate on your body.
Our highly qualified dietician, Dr. Naras Lapsys, is here to cut through the noise and work with you to design a customised dietary programme to help you achieve your goals, be it anti-ageing or weight loss.