Anca Hancu is a medical doctor, specialized in nutrition, working in lifestyle medicine in the private obesity center, Nutriscience clinic, as a medical director and associate. Anca also founded the “Medical Association for prevention through healthy lifestyle”, where she is also the president, contributing actively for medical education. In 2021, she became the Romanian representative for the European Lifestyle Medicine Organisation. <br />As a nutrition researcher at “Carol Davila” University of medicine and pharmacy she is involved the project “HORIZON 2020” ctr 769908-vCare. <br />She is licensed in medicine, at Iuliu Hatieganu University Cluj-Napoca, Romania, has a Professional Diploma in Management at Open University UK, Master in nutrition, University of Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca and a PHD in medicine, nutrition at “Carol Davila “University of medicine and pharmacy” in Bucharest. To mention other significant training courses: European certificate for lifestyle medicine, Media interviews training, B 822 Creativity, development and change, part of MBA, B820 Strategy, part of MBA program, Leadership course , MCE Bruxelles. <br />Dr Anca Hancu is the author, editor or chapter author for 6 books, Romanian and international and is an active promoter of lifestyle medicine, organizing large educational symposias.
Diabetes remission through nutritional
Anca Hancu, MD, PhD, Lifestyle
medicine project coordinator, MedLife, Bucharest. General Secretary of the
« European Lifestyle Medicine Organization ». President
of the Romanian
Association for prevention through lifestyle medicine (Romania)
Diabetes remission could be diagnosed after three months of normoglycemic state after stopping any medication for diabetes, or after six months of lifestyle intervention and three months without medication that results in normoglycemic state.
In our clinic, we perform medical nutrition therapy for diabetes. We will describe a case with a person with obesity and early diagnosed diabetes who, after nutritional intervention lost 30 kg and metabolic parameters normalized and, after six months of normalized levels. We will describe the nutritional models we are using and the therapeutical approach for obesity.