Nadeen is a registered dietician with the Dieticians of Canada, having completed her Bachelor degree in Nutrition and Food with Honours from Ryerson University in Canada. She also holds a Masters degree from the University of Toronto and Mount Sinai Hospital, where her clinical nutrition research thesis focused on the effects of vitamin D on neurocognitive benefits and insulin resistance in geriatric patients.
She pursued further training at North York General Hospital in Toronto where she gained clinical hands-on experience on the specific nutritional needs of complex conditions at all life stages, from premature infants to older adults. Nadeen was recognised as the youngest dietician to manage a full senior caseload at the hospital.
Her skills include specialisation in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and enteral feeding (EN) for medical and surgical patients who are severely nutritionally compromised as well as management of metabolic syndrome and metabolic disorders including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, pancreatic, liver and renal disorders.