One Pot Mexican Chicken

Save on dishes this winter with this spicey one pot Mexican chicken favourite! Recommended by our Dietitian Cassandra, this dinner will warm you up from the inside out! INGREDIENTS Extra virgin olive oil spray 1/2 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped 200 g skinless chicken breast 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp ground coriander 1 […]

Soups to keep you feeling full!

In the cooler months soups can be a great way to warm up. Here are some soup recipes that are high in protein so they’ll fill you up for longer. Broccoli Soup: Takes: 20 mins Serves: 3 Ingredients 1 clove of garlic 2 sticks of celery 400 g broccoli ½ a bunch of fresh mint […]

A day on a plate of a Dietitian

A day on a plate of a Dietitian I work every day with people who are trying to change their eating to improve their health, feel more energy and manage hunger and cravings. I love to offer people time saving tips, places to look for recipes and ways to make sure their food is nutritious […]

Have FUN with fruit!

Have FUN with fruit! Fruit is a great natural source of vitamins, fibre and energy. The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating recommends that most people eat 2 servings of fruit every day. Try out the recipes for some new and different ways to eat fruit. Strawberry and Kiwifruit Popsicles Takes 5min + freezing time Makes […]

Healthy Eating on a Vegan Diet

Plant-based and vegan diets are becoming more and more popular each day. In fact, according to Google Trends, searches on the word ‘vegan’ have increased by almost 200% in the past 5 years. Some of the reasons are the rise in the awareness of animal welfare and the impact of our food on the environment […]

Magnesium- what is it and how can I get enough in my diet?

What is Magnesium? Magnesium is a mineral that you need every day for good health. Magnesium helps you take energy from food and make new proteins. It is also an important part of your bones, and helps keep your muscles and nerves healthy. Some people find that magnesium-rich foods or supplements help to reduce their cramping […]

Diet Culture and Kids.

  How ‘dieting’ might be affecting your kids. The phrase ‘diet culture’ has been gaining a lot of interest in the past few years. It’s used to describe any words, phrases, products or activities that encourage eating according to strict rules. Here are some signs that you might be a part of ‘diet culture’: You […]

Skin Fold Testing

What is it? Skin fold testing is one method to assess and monitor body composition. For athletes, measuring weight may not be enough. Body fat scales can be up to 5% inaccurate meaning that it’s hard to measure if body fat is changing. The best method for measuring body composition is a DEXA scan but these can be expensive and […]

5 Biggest Nutrition Mistakes According to a Dietitian

I work with people every day who are trying to improve their health and wellbeing with food. In my consults, I hear some of the same problems cropping up over and over again. So here’s my list of five nutrition mistakes that I see every day.   Going on a diet It might seem crazy […]

Winter Warming Recipes

Looking for that comfort food to warm you up on a cold winters night but also something that is nutritious and healthy? Try our Winter Warming Recipes that are dietitian endorsed! Goulash soup Serves 4-6 Cooks in 3h Ingredients 250 g onions 2 cloves of garlic 1 green capsicum 2 tomatoes a few sprigs of […]