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What is a dietitian?

Dietitians are highly qualified, clinically trained nutrition experts who understand how nutrients within food interact within the body. They also understand science and are able to prescribe nutrition in relation to your personal and medical health needs that is correct, trustworthy and easy to understand. They can work as part of a medical allied health team to prescribe food in relation to current medical conditions and medications as well as your lifestyle needs.

They are also able to complete in-depth nutrient analysis and understand how to best meet individual nutrition goals specific to the needs of each individual. They work in a range of areas such as community health, hospitals, private practice, food companies, sports centres and clubs, food formulation labs and corporate settings.


"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."

What is the difference between a dietitian and nutritionist?

Dietitians must have completed specific clinical training and accredited tertiary degree qualifications in order to become an accredited practising dietitian. In order to stay registered they must also complete annual professional development. Nutritionists are not clinically trained and a person does not need to hold a certain level of tertiary education to work as a nutritionist.

What can a Dietitian help with?

• Type 2 Diabetes                             •  Heart disease

• High cholesterol                            •   High blood pressure

• Polycystic Ovary Syndrome        •   Endometriosis

• Irritable bowel disease                 •   Coeliac disease

• Food allergies                                 •   Nutrient deficiencies

• Weight loss                                     •   Healthy eating

• Vegetarian/Vegan                         •   Malnutrition

• Irritable bowel disease (IBS) and low FODMAP diet

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