Nutritionist Franziska Dreidax
Franziska Dreidax studied nutritional science at the renowned Justus Liebig University in Gießen and received her Master of Science degree with a focus on biomedicine from the Martin Luther University in Halle Wittenberg. In the past she primarily dealt with diabetes prevention at The German Institute of Nutrition Research at the Charité Berlin.
She combines her almost inexhaustible knowledge of healthy foods with a great passion for providing advice on a wide range of nutritional issues in a particularly charming way. She focuses primarily on providing information about fibre and fermented foods.
As a child she discovered her love for cooking, gardening and harvesting in her garden at home. Her tireless desire to explore nature and her mum’s cooking introduced her to the topic of nutrition very early on. In her own family there were relatives with issues such as rheumatic diseases, etc. This had a decisive influence on Franziska’s development, so her career aspiration was made clear early in her life.
As a young woman, she moved to Gießen to study nutritional science at the renowned Justus Liebig University. In 2019 she successfully completed her studies at the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg with a Master of Science degree. She completed her practical master’s thesis in the field of diabetes prevention at the Berlin Charité. She has already prepared her first publications as part of a workshop for the DZD (German Centre for Diabetes Research).
Her experience in providing nutritional advice to patientswith diabetes mellitus type 2 and prediabetes enriched Franziska’s wealth of experience enormously. She also had particular fun creating customised nutrition logs. Her extensive knowledge and consulting experience significantly shape the development of the personalised BIOMESnutrition plans. Increasing people’s well-being through healthy nutrition and thereby giving them a better quality of life is what drives her in her everyday work.
|2017||Nutritionist in the Science Department of BIOMES NGS GmbH|
“Gender as a co-factor for the metabolic effects of lifestyle measures in prediabetes”
“Optimal protein intake for weight training”