Do you want to lose weight, eat healthier and reduce your risk of chronic disease?

Do you have any questions about Nutrition and Healthy eating?

Get the nutrition counselling you need at CTMH | Doctors Hospital.


Individual nutrition counselling for a variety of condition and lifestyle changes including

  • Weight management
  • Diabetic education
  • Hypertension – DASH diet plan
  • Cardiac diet for high cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Gastro intestinal disorders
  • Child nutrition programme
  • Women health
  • Geriatric nutrition services

Our primary goal is to educate and empower others to make sustainable lifelong changes through proper eating habits and exercise so that they may live life to the fullest.


The Latest Nutrition Services News from CTMH | Doctors Hospital

  • Top 10 Holiday Food Safety Tips

    Cooks are making plans for holiday feasts that include everyone’s favorite dishes. It’s important to take steps to protect guests from food-borne illnesses.

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  • CTMH at the Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference

    CTMH Doctors Hospital was a proud participant during the eighth annual Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The theme for the conference this year was ‘Food for Thought: Exploring the Relationship between Nutrition and Health’. Our exceptional staff shared their wealth of knowledge with the attendees from the community and medical professionals. […]

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  • Coconut Oil and Hypothyroidism

    Are you exhausted, have memory lapses, thinning hair, body aches, irritability, depression, sleep problems, low sex drive, constipation and/or weight gain? If you have an underactive thyroid you may experience any number of these warning signs. Up to 60% of people are undiagnosed, often because we don’t realise what the symptoms of an underactive thyroid […]

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  • Foods beneficial for controlling Blood Pressure

    Hypertension has become a major public health problem since it is one of the underlying factors in developing cardiovascular disease. Approximately 1 billion people worldwide suffer from hypertension, and in the European countries this number is still increasing. For years, a sodium-restricted diet was one of the cornerstones of hypertension therapy and little attention was given […]

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