dietetics

Dietitians are experts in food and nutrition.

They provide guidance about how to appropriately manage your diet and nutrition to help maintain your health and reduce your risk of developing chronic disease. Our dieticians are non-judgemental and adopt a body-positive approach to nutrition. Our dieticians work holistically within the allied health-team to ensure that every client feels supported.
Dietician services include:
  • Personalised nutrition management and advice
  • Specific chronic disease management, including conditions with a direct link to our food choices such as diabetes and osteoporosis
  • Encouragement and support to make sustainable change to our food choices
  • Snack and recipe modification ideas
  • Education on how to read labels and food packaging
People who may benefit from a dietician appointment include:
  • An active gym-goer who wants optimise their workouts with the right fuel
  • People who have tried many fad diets without long-term success
  • People who are unsure of what a varied healthy diet may look like and are fed up of conflicting nutritional messages
Conditions which a dietician can help with:
  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Weight changes associated with depression / anxiety
  • Sports related nutrition including RED-S
  • Altered eating habits for adolescents
  • Gastro-intestinal issues, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease, acid reflux and diverticulitis 
  • Cardiovascular disease, including hypertension/ high blood pressure and cholesterol management
  • PCOS, endometriosis 
  • Food intolerances (including coeliac, lactose intolerance, fructose intolerance, 
  • Early stage renal (kidney) disease
  • Pre-diabetes and diabetes (type 1 and type 2)
  • Nutrition for pregnancy (including prenatal and postnatal)
  • Gestational diabetes
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