First of all, we have no interest in taking away all your delicious food. We provide custom-made, realistic advice that takes your personal lifestyle into full account, but also allows you to lose weight in a sustainable way.
We’ve been assisting humans with their weight loss journey for more than ten years, and we take pride in helping them achieve results that make them happy.
Our qualified specialists provide nutrition for people with cancer to manage nutritional needs before, during and after completed treatment. We also offer advice to help manage any side effects you may be experiencing.
Cancer sucks, but just know that proper nutrition can improve or maintain your energy levels, help you enjoy your food, and ultimately improve your quality of life.
Let’s talk about it. If you’re regularly troubled by stomach pain, bloating, diarrhea and/or constipation, then you could be a member of the “IBS Club”. The membership is probably larger than you think, with one in five Australians experiencing Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS.
Research indicates that a low FODMAP diet is the most effective way of managing IBS, with three in four people finding an improvement in symptoms.
We can provide support and strategies to identify your trigger foods and help to adjust your diet to minimise symptoms – while still ensuring your body receives the nutrients to keep you healthy and happy.
Having partnered with elite sporting teams such as Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, and the Australian Lacrosse team, we are no strangers to supporting high-level athletes through our tailored nutrition strategies. That expertise is available to anyone.
Our dietitian team will improve your sport and exercise performance by giving you the precise recommendations you need to fuel your training, reduce injury risk, recover effectively, protect your immunity, and assist with injury rehabilitation. Go out there and perform like you want to. And like you know you can. There is no guesswork here.
One person is diagnosed with diabetes every 5 minutes, and many don’t even know they have the disease. That’s why we want to help as many people as possible manage and prevent this condition through our personalised diabetes meal plans.
Research has found that reducing energy intake and aerobic and resistance exercise can lower blood glucose levels and improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin. We use our extensive knowledge and experience to develop plans that cater to your particular needs and lifestyle.
Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the world, which means it’s absolutely essential to understand the pivotal role lifestyle and nutrition play in prevention and development.
A diet rich in foods that have an anti-inflammatory effect, low glycaemic index (GI) carbohydrates, long chain omega-3 fatty acids and polyphenolic compounds have all been documented to lower risk and minimise the progression of heart disease.
We specialise in heart health, translating the science into real life, everyday food. We work around your individual needs and lifestyle to produce a heart disease diet plan that works for you.
Making lifestyle changes with the help of a dietitian can lower your cholesterol level naturally and potentially reduce the risk of cardiac events. That’s where we come in.
But lowering cholesterol isn’t just about sacrificing high fat, high salt excesses, it’s also about discovering a range of tasty, healthier alternatives. For example, you could swap butter for olive or canola oil when cooking, or switch to avocado, tahini or some of the nut butters as a spread. Certain foods are even able to reduce the amount of “bad cholesterol” in your bloodstream – such as oats and barley, nuts, seeds, fresh fruit and vegetables.
Hypertension (A.K.A high blood pressure) can go undetected for years – often with devastating consequences. Medication and dietary changes have consistently been the first lines of defence when it comes to reducing your blood pressure and maintaining a healthy body weight.
We can help you create lifestyle habits and eating your way to a happy, healthy life by helping you to identify precisely the sorts of food you should be embracing – or avoiding.
By the way, the best way to discover if you are one of the 1 in 7 Australians with this condition, is to visit your GP regularly to have your blood pressure checked. Just putting that out there.
We’ve been working with Veterans for more than 10 years, and we remain fully committed in supporting them towards healthy aging. Sometimes that involves overcoming any mental, physical or social issues with expert nutritional advice.
We offer home visits and in-home consultations to make this all as convenient as possible, providing individualised nutritional programs, disease prevention plans and the appropriate resources to help everyone understand and achieve their goals.
Does diet and nutrition matter when it comes to managing the symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and depression? Yes, it does. The food we eat fuels our body and our mind and has a direct impact on how we feel. This is particularly important for people who are dealing with ongoing physical and mental health issues, including PTSD.
But let’s get real. There are no magic solutions here. For many people experiencing these problems, finding the motivation to exercise and cook nutritious meals can be a battle in itself.
Our team of dietitians are aware of these barriers and work to create a realistic, sustainable and effective nutrition treatment plan that works for you. We support you through the entire process, ensuring that you feel confident and comfortable in finding your own path towards health and happiness!
Diet quality has a significant effect on our health and physical condition regardless of our age. However, as we get older we are unfortunately at a higher risk of developing certain health problems. That’s why it’s important to maintain a nutrient-dense diet to reflect the changing needs of our bodies, reducing the risk of preventable issues and managing any existing conditions.
Get comfy, because we offer in-home consultations, providing individualised and comprehensive nutrition programs, with relevant education and supporting resources. Our dietitians understand that life is about balance, so we make sure that we create a plan that you’ll enjoy in both the short and long-term!