Nutrition and Dietetics

What We Do

Food and nutrition play a significant role in our daily routine. From the morning coffee that we enjoy, through to memories created over family meal times. Optimal nutrition can support an individual’s physical, mental and social health and wellbeing.

An Accredited Practising Dietitian can assist you with education and strategies to create eating habits & routines that serve you and your life. A dietitian is trained to deliver Medical Nutrition Therapy, based off research and evidence, personalised to your unique needs. This may include support with:

  • Chronic disease management
  • Weight concerns
  • Gastrointestinal concerns
  • Allergies and Intolerances
  • Improving your health outcomes
  • Ideas for menu planning

An Accredited Practising Dietitian can also support children to grow to be the best versions of themselves. Creating habits from an early age that allow a child to flourish physically, mentally and socially. Dietitians are able to support children and their families with:

  • Challenging meal times or feeding issues
  • Weight or growth concerns
  • Introduction to solids
  • Gastrointestinal issues
  • Allergies and intolerances 

Our dietitian works within the non-diet approach. The non-diet approach does not involve weighing and measuring foods or your body, it does not require detailed food diaries, extensive forward planning and timing of meals, specific calorie plans or the use of ‘diet’ foods. What is does allow for is the client to build their own knowledge, skills and confidence in what is appropriate, at any given time, to nourish their body in appropriate amounts, enabling self-regulation.

The non-diet approach helps the client make positive improvements in both their physiological and psychological health. This flexible and personalised approach to nutrition is designed to help clients achieve long term improvements in their health.

Accredited Practising Dietitian’s are university qualified health professionals with the expertise and skills to provide nutrition and dietary advice. With extensive training and clinical experience, Dietitian’s are uniquely placed to provide generally healthy eating advice as well as create therapeutic diets to assist with managing a range of health conditions. They have the skills and knowledge to navigate through the maze of nutrition information and determine what is relevant to your personal goals, health needs, tastes, lifestyle and activity levels.

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