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Rozeena Allie

 

Rozeena Allie, RD (SA), is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as well as the Association of Dietetics South Africa (ADSA) and attends continuous education programs and reads articles to stay abreast with the greatest and latest research in nutrition. She is also a member of the South African Society for Parenteral and Enterel Nutrition (SASPEN).

She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics at the University of the Western Cape. Thereafter she did her community service at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic hospital in Gauteng.

She developed a love for working with a vast range of patients, but a particular interest in oncology (cancer) patients. As a result of her own personal life experiences she was able to relate to these patients, undergoing treatment for their various types of cancers.

Rozeena has experience in lifestyle diseases such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, metabolic syndrome, obesity, Insulin resistance and heart disease.

She has a great empathy for people and is passionate about bringing a change in the lives of whoever she comes in contact with. A smile on their faces really makes her day!

Rozeena loves food. Always wondering what the next meal is going to be. She specializes in Indian and Western diets. She also believes in staying active and exercising as eating properly without exercise is a pointless exercise.

She is involved in wellness days and uses an individualised approach to dietary assessments.

Clients of all ages are accommodated..

Rozeena has been in private practice since 2014 and is thoroughly enjoying it!

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Questions & Answers


What can I do to maintain my weight during the holiday season?

Holidays are for relaxing and having a good time. It is only natural that you will be eating out more often with friends and family. Don't stress about it. Eat food that you like and enjoy.Weigh yourself once a week, and if you have gained weight in comparison to the previous week, eat only fruit and vegetables on Friday (just before the week-end!) Enjoy your holidays!

What's takes place during a typical appointment with your dietician?

During the first appointment we'll establish your current health situation by taking several measurements. We'll decide together on your goals and define a diet strategy that we will follow up on at defined intervals.Click Here

What should you look for in a diabetes management program?

You should look for a balanced nutrition,a flexible diet plan that has been customized by a registered dietitian and an exercise plan.This will enable you to achieve normal or near-normal blood glucose levels.Also provide adequate calories for reaching and maintaining an optimal body weight and preventing and delaying related complications.

What if I have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, diabetes,cardiovascular disease, or high blood pressure?

Food has an impact on our blood sugar levels, heart, arteries and veins. By changing your diet and lifestyle you will lower your blood sugar numbers, strengthen your heart and prevent heart attack and stroke.A Dietitian can help you modify your diet in this regard.

Can you advise on food allergies?

When your child is diagnosed with food allergies a visit to your dietician will hgelp you to plan your child's allergen-free diet. Not all dieticians are qualified in this field. A registered dietitian is a food and nutrition professional who has met certain academic and professional requirements.We will discuss your child's normal eating habits along with symptoms that have occurred with the ingestion of suspected or positive test foods. The nutritional needs of your child will be compared with the current diet to determine if more nutritionally dense foods or if supplements are necessary. A meal plan will be defined, food/symptom diaries provided, lists of foods to avoid and suggestions for meals and foods to use provided. Follow-up visits will be scheduled to discuss progress and concerns.

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