Nutritionist biologist, she graduated in 2011 in Biology applied to Nutrition Sciences at the University of Milan. After a postgraduate internship in Vancouver, she studied clinical nutrition at the San Raffaele Turro Hospital, where she still deals with the prevention and treatment of Eating Disorders. She also develops food plans for pregnant women and new mothers, children and adolescents, athletes. During her meetings with patients, she likes to represent the 'diet' in an etymological sense as a lifestyle in which food is one of the important elements in learning to take care of yourself.
The holiday table gives food its important social value, but traditional dishes are often rich in refined carbohydrates, fats, sodium and sugars, nutrients that, in excessive quantities, can overload our body.How to get back in shape and recover from holiday eating without feeling guilty?