Proper nutrition is the fundamental factor when planning a complete program, as it may have a role that is equal to the entire therapy during rehabilitation.
Usually, due to possible immobilization of the body prior to the program, a large loss of muscle mass is noted. Thus, during the recuperation procedure, when the re-mobilization and motor recuperation of the person take place, the nutrition role is significantly important.
To cover the needs of a body after an injury, an operation or any form of disease it is require to intake energy and protein, emphasizing in whole grain products and sufficient intake of liquids and electrolytes to prevent dehydration, aiming to rehabilitation in the best way possible.
PALLADION has a state-of-the-art kitchen, designed based on the HACCP standards.
All meals are prepared daily by professional chefs.
The clinical dietician of PALLADION:
- Proposes personalized diets based on the Mediterranean diet, that fit each patient’s needs specifically.
- Adapts the nutritional counseling of meals according to the most modern rules of evidence-based science, provided there has been a thorough evaluation (needs, preferences, health status, health goals).
- Monitors the correct implementation of the diet.
- Provides counseling to patients about the new diet habits they must adopt upon returning home.
- Pursues follow up by diet followers / persons interested in terms of conformity with the new diet directions.
During your program at PALLADION, together with balancing your diet, we aim to prevent potential side effects related with food consumption.
The secret is in our diet.
The Mediterranean diet combines the basics of healthy diet with traditional flavors and cooking methods of the Mediterranean. Being the base of our nutrition, it can be adjusted – modified (e.g., “personalized intermittent fasting”, “regulation of carbohydrate intake”, “mindful eating” etc.) in terms of planning and application according to aimed, suggested changes (e.g., weight loss, glucose control, hormone balancing, anti-ageing, treatment of chronic diseases etc.).
The main ingredients of the Mediterranean diet include:
- Everyday consumption of vegetables, fruits, wholegrain cereals and healthy fats
- Weekly consumption of fish, poultry, beans and eggs
- Moderate portions of dairy products
- Limited consumption of red meat
- Proportionally high consumption of olive oil. The olive oil has been studied as a potential health factor against mortality rates of all natures and the danger of chronic diseases.