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Specialist Dietitians. Here to help.

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Our team of experienced dietitians use the latest scientifically proven strategies

We are known for our expertise in gastrointestinal (gut / bowel) nutrition and every member of our team has their own additional, specialty areas of nutritional expertise.

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How can we help?

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Gastrointestinal Conditions

Manage bloating, abdominal pain and other gut symptoms through evidence-based dietary strategies.

Food Intolerances

Food intolerances come in many forms, some obvious, some not. We help you find your dietary triggers, so you can feel better.

Weight Concern

Re-focus your approach to food with expert dietitian advice.

Other Services

Get nutritional advice on pregnancy, poly-cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), plant-based diets, diabetes, heart disease, cholesterol & high blood pressure.

Meet the team

We are known for our expertise in gastro-intestinal (gut / bowel) nutrition, however, every member of our team has their own additional, specialty areas.

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Nick Dunn


Specialises in functional gastrointestinal disorders

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Dr Jaci Barrett


co-director of Diet Solutions

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Erin Dwyer


Specialises in a vast array of nutritional concerns

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We're available on Zoom & Skype

Zoom / Skype (telehealth) consultations are available for all appointments. A great option for those you live away from clinic locations, or simply find online more convenient.

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Our blog

Keep up to date with the latest in nutrition science

How to reduce the amount of food you waste

Do your bit to help the environment and save some $$ at the same time.

Social & environmental

Low FODMAP not for life

Only following a strict low FODMAP diet for a short period (if you can) is the way to go.


Links to research articles by Caroline Tuck

Access research studies that look at the mechanical role of diet in gastrointestinal conditions.

Nutrition research