The Nutri Reset

It's me, Ruba!

Hi there, how nice of you to visit my website.

My name is Ruba Turer - orthomolecular therapist.

From an early age I have had a great admiration for the human body and everything our body is capable of.

This led me to start the Pharmacy course at Utrecht University after high school. During this training, a lot of depth was given about the functioning of our body, diseases and treatment plans. After the bachelor's degree in Pharmacy, I wanted to learn more about the 'story' behind a medicine. How these processes progress and the clinical picture and experiences of the patients interested me enormously. This led me to complete my master's degree at the VU, Science Business and Innovation.

From this knowledge and expertise, I later ended up in the pharmaceutical industry as a Medical Science Liason (quite a mouthful) within the specialty diabetes and cardiovascular disorders, where I was able to give many presentations in internal medicine and cardiology. A world opened up for me in which many alarm bells went off about the treatment of this group of patients. Both chronic conditions, which were often treated with far too many medicines and patients were often looking to improve their quality of life.

'' One size fits none ''

From my perspective, a lot of basic advice was often given and the cause of these conditions was looked at to a much lesser extent. In my opinion, patients should receive much better guidance in the treatment of their disease. 'The one size fits all' is applied far too often in regular healthcare. In my view it is 'one size fits none' and by this I mean that much more time must be taken per patient for successful guidance. Every person is unique and should also receive a personal treatment.

It's me, Ruba!

Hi there, how nice of you to visit my website.

My name is Ruba Turer - orthomolecular therapist.

From an early age I have had a great admiration for the human body and everything our body is capable of.

This led me to start the Pharmacy course at Utrecht University after high school. During this training, a lot of depth was given about the functioning of our body, diseases and treatment plans. After the bachelor's degree in Pharmacy, I wanted to learn more about the 'story' behind a medicine. How these processes progress and the clinical picture and experiences of the patients interested me enormously. This led me to complete my master's degree at the VU, Science Business and Innovation.

From this knowledge and expertise, I later ended up in the pharmaceutical industry as a Medical Science Liason (quite a mouthful) within the specialty diabetes and cardiovascular disorders, where I was able to give many presentations in internal medicine and cardiology. A world opened up for me in which many alarm bells went off about the treatment of this group of patients. Both chronic conditions, which were often treated with far too many medicines and patients were often looking to improve their quality of life.

'' One size fits none ''

From my perspective, a lot of basic advice was often given and the cause of these conditions was looked at to a much lesser extent. In my opinion, patients should receive much better guidance in the treatment of their disease. 'The one size fits all' is applied far too often in regular healthcare. In my view it is 'one size fits none' and by this I mean that much more time must be taken per patient for successful guidance. Every person is unique and should also receive a personal treatment.

From this need, interest and fascination that I have for the human body, I started to delve more and more into orthomolecular nutrition. Healthy and fresh cooking is a big hobby of mine. I wanted to expand my knowledge in the field of nutrition and supplementation. With this I hoped to create more awareness of how unique our system is.

After giving birth to two caesarean sections and two beautiful healthy babies (Noah and Ella), I have finally decided to change course completely.

The guidance I received after two caesarean sections was based only on pain relief and no advice on nutrition and supplementation. While my body had a huge need for the right nutrients at the moment (another wakeup call).

Now I was in hospital for a few days myself, but what about the patients who have been in hospital for much longer? To what extent are they aware that much more is needed than skin supply?

And of course this does not only apply in hospitals. This applies to everyone. How aware are you of your body and what you take in? How aware are you of your complaints and the underlying cause? How can you learn to understand your body's needs? How do you get rid of these 'vague' complaints? So many questions..., but no worries I can help you with this!

Let's reset your system together and go back to your base to optimize your quality of life from there and give you more awareness about the magic and functioning of our beautiful system.

I hope to get to know you soon.

Lots of love,

Ruba

Education and work

In addition to the training I have received, I keep my knowledge up to date by following webinars, further training and the science within orthomolecular.

Universiteit Utrecht, 2012

BSc. Farmacie

Vrije Universiteit, 2012

MSc. Science, Business and Innovation

Vrije Universiteit, 2014

MSc. Science Business and Innovation 2014

2014 – 2016

Management Traineeship

2016 – 2022

Working within the health sector as a Medical Advisor

SOHF, 2022

Orthomolecular advice Basic

SOHF, 2023

Orthomolecular advice advanced

SOHF, 2023

EMB test

Total Health, 2023

Medical Basic Knowledge

Education and work

In addition to the training I have received, I keep my knowledge up to date by following webinars, further training and the science within orthomolecular.

Universiteit Utrecht, 2012

BSc. Farmacie

Vrije Universiteit, 2012

MSc. Science, Business and Innovation

Vrije Universiteit, 2014

MSc. Science Business and Innovation 2014

2014 – 2016

Management Traineeship

2016 – 2022

Working within the health sector as a Medical Advisor

SOHF, 2022

Orthomolecular advice Basic

SOHF, 2023

Orthomolecular advice advanced

SOHF, 2023

EMB test

Total Health, 2023

Medical Basic Knowledge

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