Dance is one of the activities that are growing all over the world. Dance is a recreational and sporting activity, which is important for health and an active lifestyle. An active lifestyle and healthy diet are key factors for preventing chronic diseases. The aim of assignment was to figure out the dietary intake of adult female dancers in Slovenia and to write down dietary guidelines for them. For data collection we used a questionnaire for age, height and weight and a method 24-hour dietary recall. In total 30 active Slovenian female dancers from two different dance groups and Dance Academy participated in this research. They were between 18 and 28 years old. Nutritional value of consumed food was evaluated with Open platform for clinical nutrition. From collected data we calculated body mass index which showed that most of respondents have normal body mass and the minority is in a underweight category. Results showed that most of respondents have lower energy intake than recommended. Nevertheless the proportion of macronutrients is almost perfect. In average respondents consume too much saturated fatty acids and animal proteins and not enough omega-3 fatty acids and plant proteins. A lot of them have high intake of free sugars, which in some cases exceeds the recommended daily intake twice. Vitamin D was shown as a critical nutrient, which the respondents consume in minimal amounts.