Initial Consult

All of our Online Dietitian & Nutrition journies will start with an initial assessment. This assessment will involve making a detailed and comprehensive assessment of the client’s diet and health background. This will be paired with current lifestyle habits to provide evidence-based and practical advice to suit the individual. By helping our patients to set their own nutrition goals and developing useful strategies to implement in everyday life, we can help to make realistic changes to their lifestyles.

This initial Consult is $96

From here your dietitian or nutrtionist will suggest a package which is not only affordable but also achievable and will ensure you stay committed to your program and kick your health and well-being goals.

Two of our Online Dietitian & Nutrition Packages include:

Package 1: Weight management package

$19/week

Weight loss or gain is achieved differently for everyone. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach that works. Our online Dietitian will tailor advice to your specific needs depending on your schedule, budget, lifestyle and exercise level. They will take into consideration the root causes for weight loss or gain and work with only evidence-based methods to achieve results.

  • Regular support
  • Choosing healthy snacks
  • Reading labels
  • Correct portions from the food groups
  • Making healthy choices at cafes and restaurants
  • Building healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Understanding macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates and fats

Package 2: Irritable Bowel Package

$19/week

Irritable bowel syndrome is a common gastrointestinal condition. It is characterised by recurrent symptoms including bloating, flatulence, abdominal pain and cramping, constipation and diarrhoea.  A dietitian can provide education on the causes of your symptoms and help to tailor a diet to reduce or control your symptoms.

  • Regular support
  • Education on IBS
  • Guided support to follow and elimination diet
  • Healthy snacks whilst on an elimination diet
  • Recipes to follow
  • Guided support for the reintroduction of restricted foods
  • Nutritionally adequate on-going diet