It can mean different things to different people and isn’t just about the food that you eat. Having a positive relationship with food is also a part of healthy eating. In terms of food, eating a range of foods across the 5 food groups: grains, vegetables, fruit, dairy and meat and meat alternatives, is important.
Our dietitians can examine the nutritional adequacy of your diet, along with your eating behaviours and relationship with food. We can provide food and meal suggestions and discuss dietary behaviours that will enable you to work towards establishing a healthy, sustainable and enjoyable dietary pattern.
The Australian Dietary Guidelines, incorporating the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating gives direction on how to eat healthily. These guidelines are based on research that indicates that this way of eating helps reduce individual risk of developing lifestyle related conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer.
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.Book an appointment