Before becoming a dietitian, Eszter herself also followed a number of flawed eating patterns. Later, as she improved her diet she personally experienced the power of less strict, enjoyable yet sensible eating habits. From 2015 to 2021, she worked as a therapeutic dietitian at the National Korányi Institute of Pulmonology, and then at the Hungarian National Institute of Medical Rehabilitation in inpatient wards with a surgical profile. Eszter enjoys walking and running in nature, arriving home, relaxing and dreaming up nutritious and delicious dishes. She believes there is an intimate relationship between food and the soul. She is currently studying mental health community and relationship building at Apor Vilmos Catholic College, helping her to provide lifestyle advice to her patients in conjunction with dietetics. Eszter believes that every change starts within us – it begins with a decision. This means that at the initial consultation, the most important step has already been taken. Eszter's consultations focus first on the person's current lifestyle, their eating habits, identifying opportunities and setting individual goals together with the patient. Over the course of several meetings, Eszter seeks out opportunities for fine-tuning, to pass on her extensive knowledge of dietetics and to introduce a new diet. The transformation of new knowledge into a habit is a process, and Eszter seeks to provide support and motivation for patients so they can transition to a permanent diet that is both suitable and enjoyable.
Specialist areas, where her knowledge is deeper and more extensve: diabetes, pre and post-op diets, fussy children, children with allergies and nutrition in older people. In addition, Eszter also helps people who suffer from digestive disorders, expectant mums, vegans and people with extreme diets.
Particular fields of interests and areas of research: probiotics and the immune system, nutrition and sensory processing disorders, the relationship between nutrition and autism, and promoting the healing of scars and wounds through diet.
She is impressed by the dynamic development of nutrition science, and is constantly expanding her knowledge with the help of webinars and conferences. Eszter feels very fortunate to be able to contribute to the healing and growth of her patients by unraveling the maze of nutrition.