She earned her Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nutrition and Dietetics from Baskent University in Ankara, Turkey. She continued her education with MSc in Global Health at Queen Mary University of London in London, UK. When she graduated her master’s degree, she decided to open her own company called Ruva Nutrition. She aims to work hard to meet and surpass all of her clients’ expectations as it relates to their career and personal goals whenever they hire her services guided by her values and professional ethics.
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What is the best diet for losing weight?
The diet has to be specific for each individual. After your medical history, nutritional needs, and goals will be evaluated, you and your nutritionist have to decide which diet plan is the best for you.
What are the differences between a vegan diet or a plant-based diet?
Both meal plans are the same, but there are some differences. Vegan diets; ignores all animal products, including milk, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and honey but, a plant-based diet does not remove all animal products; people decide which animal products to consume. Plant-based diets mainly consist of foods such as fruits, whole grains, vegetables, and nuts.
What is the gluten-free diet? Is it bad or good for me?
If you have celiac disease or FODMAP intolerance, in this case, you need to remove gluten from your life. You must get to know on your body. The most important thing to remember is that most grains are rich in vitamins and minerals and they are an excellent source of fiber so, test it before removing it from your diet and determine if they are right for your body.
What should I eat pre and post-workout?
This question depends on who is asking. Nutritionists need to optimize each clients' workout nutrition-based goals, exercise type, exercise time. For example, it even depends on if you are professional athletes or non-athletes. Because train athletes need to consume different amounts of macronutrients pre and post-workout.
Should I avoid carbs?
The carbs are not our enemy. Many people achieve a better body composition to consume the proper amount and sources of carbs. The essential thing is which carb sources you take.
How important is vitamin D?
Vitamin D maintains plasma calcium by controlling absorption and excretion. Moreover, vitamin D promotes bone growth. It would also help for your other essential body functions if you had enough vitamin D in your body. Lack of Vitamin D has severe damage in bones such as soft bones (rickets) in children and misshapen bones (osteomalacia) in adults. Vitamin D deficiency has now been linked to cancers such as breast cancer, colon cancer, and prostate cancer, as well as heart disease, depression, and gain weight.