What is Dietary Clinic?
Whether in good health or experiencing chronic or acute illness, good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Our Dieticians work with healthy patients and people experiencing illness, to devise customized dietary plans to support or enhance their health and wellness goals.
Our Dietary services offered at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai include:
- Blood and Medical Test (when needed)
- Nutritional Assessment
Our nutritional approach covers common and uncommon illnesses and diseases including:
- Bariatric Surgeries
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Eating Disorders
- Endocrinology Disorders
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Obesity and Weight Management
- Renal Diseases
- Autoimmune Disorders & more
Nutrition guide for cancer patients (Click here to download)
Meet Our Team
Our team of highly qualified and experienced physicians drawn from across the world
- Ms. Magdalena is a DHA Licensed Clinical Dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Food Technology & Human Nutrition from the University of Warmia and Mazury of Poland. She has an experience of nearly 8 years in the clinical field and gained it through the Polish National Health Service by leading the department and treating all patients. In addition, she worked as a Senior Dietitian in a private company. When it comes to her vision, Dr. Magdalena wants to be able to take the dieting culture to a new level of wellness and to spread awareness about the power of food to improve health physically and emotionally.
- Dr. Dana Al Shakaa is a highly experienced dietitian. With over 10 years of experience as a clinical dietician, she has worked with a great deal of government hospitals in Dubai and Sharjah. An expert in her field, Dr. Al Shakaa excels in managing patients with chronic diseases and eating disorders. In addition, she also handles childhood nutrition. Currently, Dr. Shakaa works in Al Zahra Hospital Dubai as a Clinical Dietician.
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