COVID-19 Update

In line with international standards to provide you with the safest environment, we have introduced the following additional precautionary measures at our facilities:

  • - Limiting the number of people within our facilities to ensure physical distancing can be maintained.
  • - Restricting access to patients with scheduled appointments only.
  • - Restricting accompanying adults to only one person.
  • - In the case of children under 12, allowing access only to those with a scheduled medical appointment.

Learn more about ICLDC’s Commitment to Safe Healthcare

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Khaleej Al Arabi Branch, Abu Dhabi

800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 2 404 0900

PO Box 48338
Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street
Beside Zayed Military Hospital
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Zayed Sports City Branch, Abu Dhabi

T: 800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 2 404 0900

PO Box 48338
Zayed Sports City
Between entry gates 1 & 6
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Al Ain Branch, Al Ain

T:800 42532 (ICLDC)
F: +971 3 746 4900

PO Box 222464
Beside Tawam Hospital
Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Healthy eating starts by buying healthy, and the art is in knowing what to pop into your shopping basket. If you know the nutrition facts, you can buy right. Reading food labels is a great way to help you make healthier eating choices. A good rule of thumb is to only buy food with a very short list of ingredients, as highly processed foods tend to have long nutrition labels and should be avoided.

This ingredient list will help you identify what is in the food or product. The ingredients are listed in descending order by quantity, meaning that the first item on the list is the dominant ingredient, and so forth, therefore it’s important to watch out for labels that list sugar, refined flour or processed grains as top ingredients. Instead, opt for products that show healthy ingredients such as whole-wheat flour, soy, oats, fibre-items, natural sugar or monounsaturated fats, such as olive, canola or peanut oils.

If you have a hard time understanding food labels, let your doctor know. Your physician can help you better understand and can suggest simple ways to avoid certain ingredients and substitute with healthier options.

 

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