Nutritional counselling programmes in the wellness hotel
Offers for nutritional counselling in the wellness hotel make it possible to lay the foundation for a healthy diet adapted to individual needs while on holiday. The experts in the wellness hotels & resorts help you to examine your own eating habits and to work out a diet plan together.
On holiday we have a lot of time and muse for this. In addition, the distance from everyday life often helps us to take a new look at our own behaviour. And last but not least, the active offers in the hotel make it easy to combine a healthy diet with exercise.
What are nutritional counselling programmes?
Offers for nutritional counselling on holiday are usually wellness arrangements that combine a stay in a wellness hotel with various services related to nutritional counselling. These often include an initial discussion, the creation of an individual nutrition plan and support in the initial implementation of the impulses for a new lifestyle.
Active programmes complement the change in diet with physical activity.
You can find more information about nutrition counselling in the Wellness Lexicon.
Nutritional counselling services for health and well-being
Nutrition counselling services are a good way for a wide range of people to improve their health and well-being. Nutritionists can help to establish a balanced diet in general. They are often consulted by people who have special dietary requirements.
These include people with certain medical conditions as well as athletes. Those who want to lose weight and maintain their desired weight in the long term are also often offered nutrition counselling services.
Our Nutrition-Tips for youBye Bye rough skin!
Are you suffering from very rough hands? Then the following helps: Take a handful of oats and pour boiling water over them. Let them steep for a while. As soon as the water is lukewarm, bathe your hands in it for 10 minutes. Dry them, use some cream and you are good to go.
This sport-mix combines elements of yoga, ballet and Qi Gong and forms them into a dance program. Not only is this a lot of fun, but it makes you more flexible and is a great way to free your mind too.
Whole grain reduces blood pressure, Scottish scientists state. Who e.g. eats whole grain in the form of oat flakes in the morning, lowers the systolic blood pressure, the pressure with which the blood is pressed into the arteries. As a consequence, the risk of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure decreases tremendously.