Diet & Nutrition Counselling

Diet & Nutrition

Exercise and diet go hand in hand when it comes to achieving your health and fitness goals. Structured training programs combined with individualised dietary advice will help to set you up with the skills and knowledge you need to attain the healthy lifestyle you have always wanted. 

Our Accredited Practising Dietitians have an in depth understanding of the link between nutrition and the human body. We recognise that each person is different and will require a different approach to nutrition, taking into account health concerns, preferences and goals. Whether you need help to gain muscle, lose weight, manage chronic disease, IBS, or anything in between, you can trust a dietitian. 

Making changes to your nutrition can feel overwhelming at times, but with the right guidance and support we can help you to cut through all the misinformation and ditch the diets once and for all. 

Meet Zoe - HEad dietitian

“I know there is no one size fits all approach or quick fixes. I am a strong believer in working collaboratively with you to make long-term, sustainable changes. I am passionate about improving the health of others through small changes that can make big impacts on people’s health.

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What is
our process

At Functional For Life we truly care about you and your goals. We take the time to get to know you and your individual needs, rather than providing you with generalised, cookie-cutter advice. Our trainers will provide you with an exercise program to suit your body and your goals, whilst our dietitians will support you to make achievable, sustainable changes to your diet and nutrition. 

What you can expect during your initial session with a dietitian:

Regular follow ups will be scheduled from here, to check in and continue to tweak and evolve your food intake and move you towards not only your goal but lifelong habitual change!

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The relationship between nutrition and the human body can be complex. An Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) has completed 4-5 years of study at the university level to gain an in depth understanding of the science of food and the body systems. So, what does a dietitian actually do?

is dietry advice covered by health insurance?

A vast range of Health Insurance policies offer a rebate for Dietitian services. Each and every policy varies and it is important you check your specific policy for all relevant information.