Let us help you be aware of your diet so you can maintain your health and fitness. Let us learn your dietary history, determine what you do wrong and create a healthy dietary plan for you.
Academic Hospital Nutrition and Dietetics Department aims to provide patients with the awareness for a healthy diet to help increase their quality of life. The department assists inpatients and outpatients in turning their diatery plans into a lifestyle and monitors the implementation of these.
Individuals who wish to receive outpatient treatment are extensively assessed.
The personal history (age, sex, generic markers, lifestyle, pre-existing diseases and dietary habits) is obtained.
A customized body composition analysis (body fat mass, soft lean mass, total body fluid, body mass index, base metabolic rate, total energy consumption, waist/hip ratio) is done and evaluated with laboratory findings.
These findings are used to determine the individual’s dietary habits.
Afterwards, a personalized and balanced dietary plan that sufficiently meets all requirements of the individual is prepared.
Implementation by the patient and body analysis are assessed during regular follow-ups.
Adaptation and perseverance are maintained via these follow-ups.
Weight maintenance program is prepared once the patient reaches the appropriate weight.
Healthy menus that are suitable for the illnesses are prepared for inpatients.
Clinical findins and dietary habits of inpatients are assessed to create their dietary plans.
Daily visits are used to ensure the patients receive their diets in an orderly fashion and to check their consumption, thus providing treatment-appropriate dietary schedules.
The patient is trained on nutrition to continue at home post-recovery.
The department prepares menus to ensure patients, companions and employees have healthy, sufficient and balanced diets.
It makes suggestions to increase the food and beverage service quality and monitors implementations.
It also checks that the meals are produced and served in a hygenic environment, are healthy and tasty.
Obesity and nutrition treatment
Cachexia and nutrition treatment
0-1 year (infant)
1-3 year (toddler)
School-age and adolescent nutrition
Nutrition treatment in Childhood obesity (overweight)
Nutrition during Menopause and geriatric stage
Nutrition during pregnancy
Nutrition during breastfeeding
Diabetes (type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes)
Liver and gallbladder diseases
Digestive system diseases
Polycystic ovary syndrome
Nutrition in Cancer Treatment
Nutrition in eating disorders
Nutrition in metabolic diseases (cystic fibrosis, phenylketonuria, glucose-galactose malabsorption of fructose, etc)