In 1985, I graduated as a medical doctor from the Faculty of Medicine at the Universi-ty of Szeged, Hungary.
In 1986, I attained specialist medical qualification in ENT and continued my practice in this surgical field through 1996.
In 1996, I partnered with my husband to open our private practice for dentistry and maxillofacial surgery where I became managing director.
Between 1996 and 1998, I attained a BSc in Horse Rearing Engineering from the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Kaposvar, Hungary.
Between 1998 and 2000, I attained a Bsc in Sport Coaching from the University of Physical Education in Budapest, Hungary. In parallel, I began to manage and operate my equestrian farm complex with a focus on equestrian training, dressage, competi-tion and teaching. I continued this passion of mine for 20 years managing and caring for approx. 20 horses, students, and riders on an area of 15 acres of land.
Between 2011 and 2012, I attained a diploma in Style Advisory from the University of Szeged, Hungary with an intent of complementing my skillset for the future.
Around this time, I returned to the field of medicine via my interest in health and fitness. I was particularly interested in the connection between healthy eating habits and athletic performance. In this next phase, I learned, experimented and trialed on myself everything under the sun within the field of nutrition.
In the early 2010’s, the keto diet was already popular in the US. I first experimented with a low carb diet myself followed by a ketogenic one. When the paleo diet first en-tered the mainstream, I was not convinced of its merits because I found some of its characteristics incongruent with healthy nutrition. It was then that I first started think-ing about combining the positive traits of the ketogenic principles with those of the paleo diet into one eating system. However, at the time I felt it may result in an overly restrictive regimen. I felt that excluding carbs, grains, and dairy from one’s diet and consuming only meats and fats cannot be sustainable in the long-term. I was afraid that no one would stick with it. Though that was my gut feeling, I still couldn’t think of a better system logically.
As I kept searching for the right path, in 2017 I came across the Paleomedicina (ICMNI Hungary) website. I got more convinced than ever that the combined principles of paleo and keto were correct, and I knew I wanted to focus on this area as I originally intended dating back to 2011-12.
In 2017, I started a business to help people change their lives to the better by attaining healthier lifestyle habits. I was fortunate to be able to give tested, practical advice to my clients based on my background in medicine, physical coaching, and style advisory.
Two more years passed before I first met the Paleomedicina (ICMNI Hungary) medi-cal team. Complemented by the personal relationships that we quickly developed, I felt I finally arrived at a place that I have long searched for and where a new chapter could now begin. This new chapter is about training, learning, patient care and the principle of approaching knowledge of the past in a new light with more purpose than ever.
My role in the medical team is in patient care and advisory. My rationale for being part of the Paleomedicina (ICMNI Hungary) team and no other is its standing as the only professional community that allows me to do what I always wanted: to practice healing in a professionally supported and independent environment.