The Nutrition Clinic is deeply committed to helping patients achieve optimum health and well-being through good nutrition. It carries out comprehensive assessments and extensive review of the patient’s medical history, diet, and lifestyle to fully understand the root cause of the problem and the patient’s biochemistry to provide targeted solutions. It offers programmes teaching patients how to eat for maximum energy, turn off cravings, and engage metabolism, among others.
The clinic is helmed by Ms. Pooja Vig, a nutritionist with subspecialty training in functional medicine and over nine years of experience.
Her qualifications include:
- Bachelor of Science in Microbiology/Biochemistry, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
- Kalish Institute Functional Medicine Mentorship Programme (2015)
- Certificate of Nutrition and Metabolic Medicine, University of Bridgeport
- AFMCP, The Institute of Functional Medicine
Ms. Pooja Vig graduated from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom where she completed her Bachelor of Science (with honours) in Microbiology/Biochemistry. She then pursued her certificate in holistic nutrition at Plaskett International Nutritional Medicine College as well as her Diploma in Nutrition at the School of Natural Health Sciences. She also pursued her certificate in nutrition and metabolic medicine at the University of Bridgeport. In 2015, she completed her functional medicine mentorship programme at the Kalish Institute. Ms. Vig offers workshops and consultations and is recognised for raising awareness in the field of nutrition. She has contributed to The Strait Times (Mind Your Body column) and is currently on the advisory board of Shape and BBC Good Food Magazines.