Creating Healthy Bodies and Minds

Would you like to:

Never Battle food again?

Be healthy and comfortable with your who you are?

Create a society that values the whole person and not their weight?

Nutrition Mythbusters!


With so much confusing nutrition information around it is hard to know what to believe or who to trust!

Go to the Nutrition Experts - An Accredited Practising Dietitian.

Areas we can assist you with include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Any food worries, whether it is practical issues in what to eat in our confusing nutrition world, emotional or psychological issues related to food.
  • Eating Disorders - Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, or any other in between.
  • Newly diagnosed Diabetes -making sense of often contradcitory or complex information - tailoring to your needs.
  • Any gut issues -indigestion, bowel concerns.
  • Clarifying a healthy diet - just for you!

Contact us for more information....

Accredited Practising Dietitian

Would you like to transform your relationship with food?

How do I transform my relationship with food?

  • Become aware of your own body's weight management system and history (our body often has a 'mind' of it's own - what is yours telling you?)
  • Understand your natural appetite and how this is affected by your food environment.
  • Recognise the relationship between lifestyle choices, body image and self esteem.
  • Understand and resolve emotional eating patterns.

Discussing these issues with an emotionally sensitive, psychologically focussed Dietitian will assist you in becoming as healthy as possible, and becoming the healthiest you possible.



Support for Women

Support for Women

Eating patterns can express different emotions, what does yours indicate for you?
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Support for Families

Support for Families

If you are concerned that your child may be developing an unhealthy relationship with food, weight or body - then go to 
Children and adults alike are bombarded with confusing messages about food and nutrition these days - how do we sort out the fact from the fiction?
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Support for Men

Support for Men

Trying to prioritise health when there are so many demands from work and family can be very challenging.
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