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A little of everything and not too much of anything is a simple piece of advice we have all heard regarding our food intake to stay healthy and manage a healthy weight. Why are 60% of Australians overweight or obese, and why do so many people suffer killer diseases such as diabetes and hypertension because of a poor diet?

If eating healthy was as simple as it sounds, we would all be much healthier and happier and suffer far less disease. Unfortunately, lifestyle, culture, time management, poor advice and some digestive diseases can make it very difficult to maintain a healthy diet. Personal issues such as motivation and self-confidence can alter our eating habits and lead us towards other diseases.

Eating correctly for your body’s needs and your lifestyle can change more than just your appearance. You can experience increased energy, decreased lifestyle diseases, better sleep, and feel great!

"I've tried diets in the past. How does seeing a dietitian differ from following a diet plan?"

Many diets recommend cutting out certain food groups, taking expensive supplements, or avoiding social events. With so many conflicting opinions, it can be challenging to determine which foods are best for your body and overall health. That’s where a qualified dietitian comes in. They use research-based evidence to help you find the most effective, safe, and personalised dietary plan for your unique needs.

Our team of dietitians, all of whom hold advanced degrees in nutrition, provide expert guidance to patients dealing with a range of conditions, including diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, eating disorders, pregnancy, diverticulitis, iron deficiency, vegetarianism, coeliac disease, sports nutrition, polycystic ovarian syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney disease, infant feeding, and oncology.

Your Initial Consultation

Your initial consultation can take up to an hour during which a Dietitian will find out about your specific food and nutrition concerns or interests, taking into account your medical history and gathering information about your lifestyle.

A comprehensive diet history will help determine your likes and dislikes and identify your usual eating patterns. After discussing what you would like to achieve and setting goals, information will be tailored to fit in with your lifestyle and nutritional requirements.

Support and a positive environment are vital in ensuring you achieve and maintain your goals. Nutritional plans are based on the correct balance of normal foods, not just fancy or expensive supplements.


A Sports Dietitian promotes healthy eating to enhance the performance of an individual for any level of physical activity. They assist in helping individuals to make healthier food choices by providing accurate nutrition information.

They work with various people, including elite and recreational athletes, sporting clubs and those whose nutritional needs will assist in achieving their goals. Depending on the sport you play, you will have to face challenges specific to that sport. Nutritional needs will change due to variations in training regimens, competition demands and your physical attributes such as size and shape.

Common reasons athletes see a sports dietitians

  • Maximising energy levels for exercise
  • Maintaining appropriate body fat levels
  • Best fluid choices for exercise
  • Eating before competition
  • Recovery after training and competition
  • Increasing muscle mass
  • Eating when travelling
  • Appropriate use of ergogenic aids and dietary supplements

Feel free to contact us for further information.

We have a Stay Tuned Wellness Centre Near You

Stay Tuned offers Dietitian and Sports Dietitian services at our Boronia & Elwood clinic.