Nutrition Clinic


Nutrition Clinic

Our nutritionists will help you appreciate the different nutrients found in various foods, how the body utilises them, and the relationship between diet, health and disease. They will give you professional advice on matters of food and how it impacts your health.

Nutritional Services at SAS Clinic

  • General nutrition and dietetic consultation

Expert knowledge on your dietary needs, what nutrients may be missing or lacking in your diet, and how to improve your eating habits.

Professional advice on nutrients available in the different foods and how to utilize them

  • Nutritional screening and assessments

Computerized diet analysis
Body composition analysis

Specialized advice on:

Food preparation
Healthy food selection
kitchen gardening
Food supplements.

Special nutrition advice, care and support for:

Weight management
Infants and young children
The Elderly
Pregnant & lactating mothers
Sportsmen & Sportswomen
Hospitalized patients.

Medical Nutrition/Diet therapy:

This is the treatment of patients for various conditions by use of individually tailor-made diets whose food selection and combination is meant to fit with their medical problem/illness or condition being managed, nutritional requirements, lifestyle, economic status, religion and culture. The conditions we manage include:

  • Low appetite
  • Oral conditions
  • Diabetes
  • Anemia
  • Dyslipidaemia
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Kidney and liver malfunctions
  • Digestive Disorders including Ulcers
  • Eating disorders
  • Food allergies & intolerances

Health Education & Sensitisation

Health talks
Seminars & workshops for schools, companies & organisations.


Curriculum development
Nutritional surveys,
Menu analysiss.

Benefits of our nutritional services

Proper nutritional care leads to:

Attainment, maintenance and promotion of good nutrition

Prevention of the occurrence and/or reoccurrence of a disease

Control and treatment of nutrition-related illnesses.

These in turn will result in :

Overall improvement in one’s health and well-being

Increased productivity

Reduced hospitalization

Reduced use of drugs for treatment