The word 'Nutritionist' isn't a legally protected name in Australia. Due to this, it is important to make sure the Nutritionist you would like to see is a fully qualified health professional. University qualified Nutritionists have undertaken years of study in food science, eating behaviour and how nutrition affects our health. They will also be registered with a governing body, for example, I am a registered practitioner with the Complementary Medicines Association (CMA).

The best way to make sure you are seeing a qualified Nutritionist is to check that they hold full membership with a governing body and also hold a Bachelors Degree in Nutrition. 
During your 50 minute initial consult where we will undertake:
  • a review of any supplements and medications you are taking
  • a review of any medical conditions/food allergies
  • a comprehensive dietary assessment 
  • a lifestyle assessment
We will then discuss your current dietary and lifestyle habits and how they are affecting your health and well being. During your consult you are encouraged to ask any and all questions you may have as this is your time! We will tailor an individual plan encompassing eating and lifestyle recommendations best suited to your needs.

Unlike most Nutrition consultations, we do not leave you hanging at the end of your consult! We ensure to stay in touch online in between consults too - this way we can make sure everything is on track and going smoothly!
Yourself, of course! It is also encouraged that you bring a note pad with any questions you may have (this is purely so you don't forget to ask; this consult is your time so we want to make sure you get all the information you need from us).

You are welcome to bring a note pad and pen if you would like. However, be assured that we will send out a consultation summary for you after the appointment. This way you will have access to all the information discussed!
Our outdoor sessions aim to be fun! Your first session will focus on getting a good picture of your current fitness levels and learning what exercises you enjoy. All sessions are based around exercises you enjoy and building on this over time! 
Yes, your baby &/or children are more than welcome to come to your PT sessions. As long as your children are happy to keep themselves occupied and your baby is happy to stay in the pram (as the floor may have various equipment out and about).
Yes, depending on your insurance provider and your health cover you may be able to claim a rebate for your Nutrition consult! Please check with your insurance provider if you are unsure if they cover Nutritionists.