Would you like to transform your relationship with food?

Find a way of eating that –

  • Understands your body – its history and current needs, whether just for everyday living or for helping to manage a medical / health concerns
  • Teaches you how to eat – how to re-tune into your natural appetite, and manage your everyday food environment with confidence
  • Enables you to eat a wide variety of foods without guilt, and still be healthy
  • Helps you to recognise the relationship between eating well and life’s demands, as well as how your body image and self esteem affect your eating. (and health).
  • Helps resolve emotional eating patterns.

Discussing these issues with an emotionally sensitive, psychologically focused Dietitian will assist you in becoming the healthiest you possible.

Health at every size


Something to ponder…

Do you think this statement is fact or fiction?
“Weight loss is easy – its simply calories in and calories out, or is it?”
Before deciding, ask yourself the following questions:

  • How many diets have you tried in your lifetime?
  • How many kilos have you lost and regained?
  • Has this journey helped you enjoy your body more or less?
  • Do you have a happy, balanced and healthy relationship with food?If diets haven’t given all they have promised, then it is time to re-think them, and look at other ways to be healthy.
    Health at Every Size is based on the simple premise that the best way to improve health is to honor your body. It supports people in adopting health habits for the sake of health and well-being (rather than weight control).
    Health at Every Size encourages:
  • Accepting and respecting the natural diversity of body sizes
    and shapes.
  • Eating in a flexible manner that values pleasure and honors internal cues of hunger, satiety, and appetite.
  • Finding the joy in moving one’s body
    and becoming more physically vital.
  • For more information go to www.haescommunity.org

How do I transform my relationship with food?

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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 contradictory or complex information – tailoring to your needs.
  • Any gut issues -indigestion, bowel concerns.
  • Clarifying a healthy diet – just for you!



We love working with people to help them develop a positive and healthy relationship with food and their body, and have seen many positive changes over the years. However as Health Professionals, part of our Professional Code of Conduct is we are not allowed to provide testimonials. If you need more information than supplied in our website, or to see if we are the right people to help you on your journey, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to chatting with you. For more information on Dietitians and The Accredited Practising Dietitian program, go to www.daa.asn.au

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