Nutritional optimisation

When it comes to optimising nutrition, there are many different approaches and consultations on the market. But my method is very different from other nutrition consultations. I tailor my advice to your age, body type, genetic make-up, habits and goals. The most important thing – all without annoying calorie counting and without starving and suffering. Whether you want to lose fat, fight problem areas, build muscle, be healthier or achieve anti-aging effects, I have the right nutritional optimisation for you.
My approach is to support you in optimising your diet in a sustainable and healthy way, without you having to restrict yourself noticeably. This is possible, among other things, through my intensive body analysis, with which we can identify your body and metabolic type. This way we know how your body functions genetically and which adjustments need to be made so that you can achieve fast, tangible and visible results. I also use nutritional supplements, such as proteins, enzymes, vitamins and botanicals, which provide you with the best nutrients without effort and also help you to achieve your goals more effectively and quickly.

Nutrition for fat loss and tissue tightening

Fat loss and tissue toning primarily require a diet that has a calorie deficit. The body needs fewer calories than it consumes to burn fat. To achieve this, however, one does not necessarily have to eat less and certainly not starve oneself. A few small tweaks in your diet can bring quick results. A high-protein diet, for example, not only helps the body maintain muscle and tone tissue, it is also more filling. Sufficient fibre intake also increases satiety, indirectly affects fat metabolism and at the same time helps to regulate blood sugar levels, which are increased by carbohydrate-rich food. Special supplements reduce the feeling of hunger and have an effective effect on metabolism and digestion. Thus, with almost the same diet, one can bring the body into a calorie deficit, lose fat and tone the body.
Since everyone has very different genetic, habitual or hunger-related prerequisites, it is my job to adapt the optimisation of your diet precisely to your body, your wishes and your goals and thus achieve fast, measurable and lasting results.

Nutrition for muscle building

Every body has different genetics and reacts differently to proteins, carbohydrates and fats. In this respect, every person has an individual need and an individual tolerance. My job is to analyse your body and support you in creating the best possible conditions for fast, fat-free and long-term muscle growth.
Every body has different genetics and reacts differently to proteins, carbohydrates and fats. In this respect, every person has an individual need and an individual tolerance. My job is to analyse your body and support you in creating the best possible conditions for fast, fat-free and long-term muscle growth.

Nutrition as a beauty cure

Nutrition can positively influence visual appearance and significantly increase attractiveness. Studies show that a diet rich in micronutrients and antioxidants has a positive effect on skin health, hair growth or the appearance of nails, for example. A diet that contains sufficient vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids can contribute to a radiant and healthy appearance and reduce the risk of skin problems and ageing. In particular, an adequate intake of collagen, vitamins A, C, D and E, as well as zinc and selenium can help improve skin elasticity and firmness, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. In addition to skin health, a balanced diet can also improve hair growth and quality. A diet rich in B vitamins, iron and essential fatty acids can promote hair growth and keep hair healthy and shiny.
In addition to recommending the right nutritional strategy and foods for your health and beauty, I can tell you which specific supplements are right for you and in what dosage and at what time of day it is best to take them.

Diet for the prevention of type 2 diabetes

Those who are prone to type 2 diabetes need to eat especially carefully. Here, everything revolves around the issue of blood sugar and avoiding foods that excessively trigger insulin production. For prevention, I recommend a diet rich in proteins, fibre, high-quality fats and vegetables, with only moderate consumption of refined sugars and carbohydrates. Studies show that fibre-rich foods can regulate blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. It is also advisable to reduce the consumption of saturated fats and trans fats and replace them with high-quality fats such as omega-3 fatty acids. Various dietary supplements such as vitamin D and magnesium can further reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Not only the targeted optimisation of food or the use of supplements but also various strategies, such as intermittent fasting, in which you abstain from food for a few hours more a day, can effectively help to reduce or even eliminate a possible or acute diabetes risk. I can effectively support you in finding the most effective way for you that limits you as little as possible in your everyday life.

Nutrition in case of indispensable medication

If you have to take medication, this can sometimes be a challenge, as certain foods can influence the effect of the medication or cause interactions. On the other hand, medicines often also have an undesirable effect on the body and lead, for example, to obesity, problems with digestion or many other side effects!
There are ways to optimise diet while maintaining the effectiveness of medications. There are also foods, supplements and strategies to better control and counteract the side effects of medication. My goal is to optimise your diet effectively without you having to make changes that burden you in your daily life.
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