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An eating disorder can be debilitating and drain all of your energy. Additionally an eating disorder can lead to poor health and both physical and emotional stress.  Find out how you can receive help now. You can recover and enjoy long term great health

Weight Loss

By 2031-32, more Australians will be obese (41%) than overweight or of a healthy weight with an average gain in weight of 5 kg expected over the next 15 years[1]. Speak to a dietitian to find out how you can reverse this weight gain and live a healthier life.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Around one in five Australians experiences the unpleasant symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) at some time. These include abdominal pain, mucus in the stools, and alternating diarrhoea and constipation. Speak to a dietitian about how dietary modification can reduce these symptoms of IBS.

Food Allergies and Sensitivities

A dietitian can explain why you are experiencing food sensitivities and work with you in identifying foods that may contribute to the often unpleasant symptoms.

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Weight Loss Surgery

An important part of the team with any weight loss surgery is the dietitian. Preoperative nutrition and post-operative nutrition changes are important areas where the input from your experienced dietitian can make the difference between succesful weight loss compared to maladaptive eating processes which result in poor weight loss and long term poor health.


Diabetes is a chronic condition in which the levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood are too high.  Understanding how changes in your diet can reduce your risk of Diabetes is where a dietitian can be of help.

Heart Disease

Healthy eating and drinking are an important part of looking after your heart.  A dietitian can help you to make simple changes that can improve your heart health.

Healthy Eating

Did you know the less than 4% of Australian eats enough vegetables each day? Making simple changes in your daily diet can improve your energy levels and your sleeping patterns and your overall health

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