A good nutrition and a balanced diet can help maintain optimal health and prevent diseases. It is important that you follow a balanced and appropriate diet that caters to your individual needs and personal circumstances.
At Women’s, we prioritize your satisfaction and ensure that you make healthy food choices. We help you figure out which foods, and in what proportions, are beneficial to your well-being at every stage of life.
By eating a nutritious and balanced diet that suits your tastes and preferences, you can strengthen your immune system, prevent future illnesses, and improve your mood.
At Women’s, we take a holistic approach to your health. We’ll guide you through the process, answer your questions, and help you develop a deeper understanding of how your body works and your hormonal health.
Nutrition during adolescent
During adolescence, many important physical and emotional changes occur because of sexual maturation and body growth.
Nutrition is always important, but during this time it is especially important to maintain eating habits that keep you healthy and feeling strong. Also, remember that rest and regular exercise are important for your health.
If you have any concerns or would like advice on how to take care of yourself, make an appointment now. We will talk and work together to find the best solutions.
Reproductive Health and Fertility
If you are trying to have a baby naturally or through a fertility treatment, it is important to know what foods are best for your health.
It is just as important to know which foods are right for you to get the vitamins and minerals you need, as it is to know which products to avoid in your daily life to maintain a proper balance of nutrients.
At Women’s, we can advise you on a varied diet and healthy eating habits, always considering your tastes and preferences.
Nutrition during pregnancy, childbirth, and lactation
Nutrition is one of the factors that can have the greatest impact on your health and the health of your baby.
It is very important that you pay attention to quality nutrition before, during, and after pregnancy.
But every woman is different and what is good for one may not be good for another. Make an appointment and we will advise you which foods are best for you and which products you should reduce in your diet.
Menopause is a time of life when your body’s metabolism undergoes major changes.
Every woman experiences menopause differently. That is why it is so important that you receive personalized care that allows you to tailor your diet to your needs, circumstances, and lifestyle.
The right diet can help minimize the side effects of menopause, prevent cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, and keep you fit.
Menstrual health and gynecological disorders
Diet plays an important role in menstrual health. A balanced, nutritious diet can help regulate hormones, relieve symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), and promote healthy menstruation.
Although everyone is unique and symptoms may vary, some dietary changes may help you balance hormones, reduce bloating, and relieve menstrual cramps.
Diet can also play an important role in treating hormone imbalances such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), hypothalamic amenorrhea, hyperprolactinemia, hypothyroidism, and follicular aging.
Schedule an appointment now and we will analyze your situation, perform the appropriate tests, and provide you with comprehensive, personalized advice on a diet that can help alleviate your symptoms and strengthen and restore your health and well-being.
Overweight and Obesity
Being overweight or obese can have a significant impact on your health, well-being, and quality of life.
Body fat increases your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers, decreases your fertility, and affects your hormonal health.
- Irregular menstrual cycle
Obesity can cause a hormonal imbalance that disrupts your menstrual cycle.
Obesity can prevent you from ovulating.
- Insulin resistance
Obesity can affect ovarian function and egg quality.
Obesity can also affect the success of fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) or artificial insemination.
If you’re trying to have a baby, it’s important to know that maintaining a healthy lifestyle can improve fertility in both men and women.
At Women’s, we offer comprehensive counseling, and we are available throughout the process to help you maintain a balanced, nutritious, and enjoyable diet.
Endometriosis and Adenomyosis
If you have endometriosis or adenomyosis, it is important to know which foods to include in your diet and in what proportions to increase iron absorption and minimize pain during menstruation and/or ovulation.
For example, red meat and processed foods (frozen and ready-to-eat meals) often contain additives, saturated fats, and refined sugars that can contribute to inflammation and worsen endometriosis symptoms.
But every woman is unique, so it is very important that we take a holistic and comprehensive look at your circumstances and symptoms.
Schedule an appointment and we will work with you to develop a balanced dietary plan that is tailored to your needs.
During cancer treatment, it is important to follow a healthy and balanced diet to minimize side effects, strengthen the immune system, maintain a healthy weight, and maximize energy.
Each woman and each treatment are different. If you are experiencing digestive discomfort, have questions, or would like advice about which foods are good or bad for you, make an appointment and we will help you adopt the eating habits that best work for you.