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Do you dream to lose weight but tried and failed before? Do your blood test before you start! If you go on a diet while having an underlying health issue at the same time – you’re wasting your time. A diet tailored to personal preferences, also taking into account guidelines based on blood tests, is an ideal solution for people who not only want to lose weight, but also for those who would like to support the treatment of many diseases, e.g. regulate sugar and insulin levels, fight fungal overgrowth (Candida ), reflux and heartburn, restore hormonal balance, counteract obesity – especially in people with hormonal problems and thyroid diseases.

Premium Diet – is a DIET, recommendations, as well as guidelines prepared by a holistic dietitian based on your health and nutrition questionnaire. When deciding to start significant changes in your nutrition, this path begins with a professional nutritionist who will not only help you prepare a personalised diet, but also teach you eating habits and principles that will benefit both you and your loved ones for years.

Regular diagnosis is an element of prevention of many diseases. Therefore, it should be performed if we care about our health. We usually go for tests when symptoms such as fatigue, skin problems, digestive ailments and many others appear. However, even if you do not experience any symptoms, tests should be performed before consulting a dietitian and starting weight loss. Mainly because research results are one of the indicators of nutritional status. Thanks to them, a dietitian will adjust a properly balanced diet for each patient, taking into account the specific needs of the body.

Performing pre-weight loss tests is not only a great help for a dietitian, but can also help detect an initial stage or an existing disease. Pre-consultation tests will be a great tool to prepare appropriate dietary recommendations and to balance your diet in terms of your body’s needs. As a result, not only will you improve your body weight and figure, but also your health.

When you decide to consult a dietitian, complete the following tests:
– blood count,
– thyroid panel,
– glucose concentration,
– lipid profile

Extended research package:
– morphology,
– general urine test,
– lipid profile,
– TSH, fT3, fT4, anti-thyroid antibodies,
– iron, transferrin, ferritin,
– sugar, insulin
– testosterone, estradiol, prolactin, LH, FSH,
– electrolytes,
– liver tests,
– 25OHD3

Remember, however, that in the event of abnormalities in the test results, a doctor will make a diagnosis and decide on further treatment. Diet therapy will complement the treatment. Once you know what is happening in your body, with the help of a dietician, you can focus on adjusting the diet and effective weight loss.


Just like when you are waiting for a fantastic meal in a quality restaurant, we also need to take the time to thoroughly analyse your needs so that we can recommend an appropriate diet/
supplementation/training customised for you.

Every organism is different. An individual approach is very important because the same symptoms may in fact have different root causes. There are no two people that have the same genotype. Every one has their own genetic program that determines how many vitamins or minerals they need to stay healthy.

What our diet should be depends on several factors: gender, age, somatotype, lean body mass,
environment, physical activity, past / current diseases and ailments, food allergies and intolerances, hormonal imbalance, drugs and supplements, stress, flavour preference, economic condition, purpose of dieting.

The goal of a dietitian is to prevent diseases directly related to nutrition. The fact is that civil diseases such as cancer, diabetes, atherosclerosis, obesity and others are in most cases a consequence of our lifestyle. A balanced diet is very important for our health, it must contain the optimal amount of nutrients and energy needed to maintain a stable body weight, prevent disease and slow down the ageing process.

It is worth paying special attention to our diet, because everything we eat leads us to health or to the development of a disease. We do not cure the symptoms, we do not even cure the disease, but we support the human body when it is having problems.

So let’s remember … “You are what you eat”
If the body is our home and a proper diet is its foundation, then let’s not neglect this mantra, which gives better results and maintains our health for many years!