How can I lose a few pounds in a responsible and healthy way? What should I eat and/or drink after my workout to recover optimally? I want to exercise more, but I have diabetes. How do I do this? Which products can improve my performance?
These are just a few questions you may want to ask to our USC (sports) dietitian. Questions about nutrition & health, but also questions regarding nutrition & sports.
Our (sports) dietitian provides diet counseling to people with diverging requests for help:
- weight loss or weight gain
- optimization of nutritional status through a healthy diet
- improvement of sports performance
But also people with diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), high cholesterol or gastrointestinal problems may contact her.
Free consultation hour
Do you have a specific question about nutrition or do you want to know if you can be assisted by our (sports) dietitian? Visit the consultation hour for a free advice (max. 10 min per person).
Consultation by appointment
Do you need assistance in solving your food problems? Then make an appointment directly. During the intake the (sports) dietitian will clarify your request for help, expectations, medical and dietetic history, eating habits and activities. In response to this consultation she will set up a diet and treatment plan. In this treatment plan the dietitian will focus on your personal situation and preferences.
The USC (sports) dietitian
Annelies van den Hoven, of private practice Die Eet & Sport, is USC’s (sports) dietitian. She completed the study Nutrition & Dietetics and is registered in the Quality Register for Paramedics. She also finished the post-graduate study Sports Dietetics and is a member of the Dutch Association of Sports Dietetics.
The (sports) dietitian of the USC is part of the SMA. By cooperating in a multidisciplinary team of sports scientists, physiotherapists, (sports) psychologists, (sports) massage therapist and personal trainers, quality is paramount. In addition, Annelies has great affinity with sports because of her background as a physical education teacher and USC group fitness instructor. She’s also experienced as a home care and hospital dietitian.
Rates & fees
Since 2013 dietetics is back in the basic insurance. This means that your insurance will reimburse three clock hours every calendar year, provided that there is a specific (medical) diagnosis. You do pay a policy excess (own risk) for reimbursement from the basic insurance.
Do you need more counseling? Ask your health care provider whether they offer an extension to these three hours in a supplementary insurance.