Nutrition and Dietetics
Getting your nutrition right is so important for overall health. Conflicting information makes it confusing to make the right choices and old habits can be hard to change. Our accredited dietitians break it down into simple steps with personalised plans. They also have the expertise to work through health issues that may need to be taken into account eg. intolerances or allergies, diabetes and weight loss.
Nutrition may help to improve your health or manage health conditions in the following areas:
- Allergies and intolerances
- Coeliac disease
- Osteoporosis and bone health
- Preconception nutrition
- Pregnancy nutrition including Gestational Diabetes
- Post partum nutrition
Other health conditions
- Type 2 diabetes
- Fatty liver disease
- Cardiovascular disease
- High cholesterol
General health and wellness
- Nutrient deficiencies eg iron and calcium
- Anti inflammatory diet
- Strategies for improving your diet & reach health goals
- Sports nutrition advice
Weight loss programs are available that coordinate your nutrition, exercise and health coaching support.
(Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics, ISAK Level 1 Accredited, APD & Accredited Sports Dietitian.)
Louise has a broad range of experience as a dietitian, working across different clinical and sports nutrition roles, ranging from junior to elite level athletes. Her clinical experience includes working with clients with T2DM, high cholesterol, fatty liver, IBS, and cardiovascular disease. She also has a keen interest in women’s health and wellness through all life stages including pre and post pregnancy nutrition, nutrition during menopause, and bone health.
She has worked with athletes from adolescent to elite level and has expertise in body composition manipulation, fuelling and recovery strategies, individual nutrition race and training plans, and low energy availability. She is an advocate for a whole food based, balanced diet as part of healthy lifestyle. She loves to cook and believes that the enjoyment of food plays an integral role in our physical, social and mental well being. Louise cares about her clients and loves to work collaboratively to achieve results. Louise is not about restrictive diets or overly-prescriptive meal plans, and prefers to work with each client as an individual to identify behaviours and strategies for ongoing success.
(Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours), Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist)
Phoebe has experience in the nutritional support of people of all ages with various health issues including: diabetes, dyslipidaemia, cardiovascular disease, nutrient deficiencies (e.g. iron, calcium), weight concerns, Coeliac disease and IBS. Phoebe also has a keen interest in nutrition before, during and following pregnancy and has experience in supporting women with PCOS and gestational diabetes. Phoebe previously worked at the RPA Hospital in Sydney in the area of food allergies, intolerance’s and coeliac disease. She has experience in common dietary approaches for food intolerance including the RPAH Elimination Diet and the Low FODMAP Diet. Symptoms of food intolerance can be very debilitating and Phoebe enjoys seeing the relief her clients experience as their symptoms improve.
(Phoebe is currently on maternity leave)