AppleA little of everything and not too much of anything is a simple piece of advice we have all heard in regards to our food intake in order to stay healthy and manage a healthy weight. Why then 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 then we would all be much healthier and happier and would suffer far less disease. Unfortunately factors such as 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, self confidence and depression can also alter our eating habits and lead us towards other diseases and conditions.

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 simply feel great.

I’ve been on lots of diets and I’m back where I started. How can seeing a Dietitian be any different?

Recent popular diets often advocate a significant reduction in carbohydrate rich foods, whilst others advocate low fat foods or talk about pyramids or zones. With all these diets it’s difficult to know what foods are the best, and which diet, if any, is suitable for you.

A qualified and experienced Dietitian is essential to help you achieve safe and effective results.

Most magazine diets are not endorsed or designed by qualified Dietitians. They can be unsuitable and sometimes unsafe. They are rarely maintainable or able to provide long term effective results.

Why See a Dietitian?

Check the LabelWhen it comes to nutrition, people often say ‘you just don’t know who to believe these days!’ That’s why it’s essential to seek advice from an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (A.P.D.). A.P.D.’s provide advice based on scientific evidence, and have years of university training.

An Accredited Practicing Dietitian will ensure that you get the right advice.

Instead of giving pre written, generalised answers of what you should or should not eat, a Dietitian will help identify your specific food and nutrition requirements.

A qualified Dietitian can help people who suffer from a variety of conditions including:

High Blood Pressure
High Cholesterol
Eating Disorders
Iron deficiency
Vegetarian Eating
Coeliac Disease
Sports Nutrition
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Kidney Disease
Infant Feeding

Your initial consultation can take up to an hour during where our Dietitian will find out about your specific food and nutrition concerns or interests, taking into account your medical history and gather information about your lifestyle. A comprehensive diet history will help determine your likes and dislikes and identify your usual eating patterns. After discussing what it is you would like to achieve and setting goals, information will be tailored to you to fit in with your lifestyle and nutritional requirements.
Support and a positive environment are vital in ensuring you achieve your goals and maintain them. Nutritional plans are based around the correct balance of normal everyday foods so no fancy or expensive supplements are needed. We can help you look and most importantly, feel great.

Sports Nutrition

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 a variety of 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 areas advised on include:


  • 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

We Can Help

  • Sort through the mass of conflicting and bewildering nutritional information,
  • Overcome motivational problems,
  • Provide practical advice tailored to your lifestyle including – your work, family and social obligations and exercise habits,
  • Identify barriers such as – negative beliefs or attitudes, anxiety, guilt or doubts that are preventing you from achieving your goals,
  • Cope with outside influences such as emotional eating, time restraints, non-hungry eating and impulse eating,
  • Reassess and if necessary, alter what you do to prevent boredom and to further mould ideas to your lifestyle,
  • Provide encouragement and support so your goals are met

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Stay Tuned Sports Medicine Nutrition

Stay Tuned Dietitian Wellness Centre Near You

Stay Tuned offers dietitian services  at our Boronia Wellness Centre. View additional information on the location and details for dietitian Boronia

Feel free to contact us for further information about our Sports Nutrition Services or use the form in the side-bar to make a booking.

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