Liver Disease

The Liver is the largest internal organ in the body.

It has many important roles in our health including the metabolism of nutrients, storage and activation of vitamins and minerals, filtering the blood, removal of drugs and hormones, synthesis and excretion of bile. Liver Disease can be an Acute or Chronic disease. Acute disease may result from viral infections, alcohol, drugs or poison. Chronic disease may occur when there is significant damage to the liver from alcohol, drugs, infections, autoimmune diseases (eg Primary Biliary Cirrosis), metabolic disorders (eg Haemachromatosis), biliary obstructions, vascular disorders, or a fatty liver.

How we can help

Our Dietitians can help guide you with the latest scientific evidence on an appropriate diet. This may include helping you to lose weight in a safe manner if you have a Fatty Liver Disease. If you have advanced liver disease, our Dietitians can assist with preventing or correcting malnutrition and the symptoms of your condition.

Our team of experienced dietitians use the latest scientifically proven strategies

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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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Dr CK Yao

Dietitian
Dietitian

Specialises in complex gastrointestinal nutrition

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Hannah Taylor

Dietitian
Dietitian

Specialises in gastrointestinal nutrition & weight concern

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Dr Jaci Barrett

Dietitian
Dietitian

co-director of Diet Solutions

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