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DIET & NUTRITION2018-10-19T01:04:16+00:00

Project Description

MEAL PLANNING

Eating patterns & structure
Recipe ideas
Dietary periodisation

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT

Determining healthy weight range
Psychology of eating
Strategies for skinfold reduction

ANTHROPOMETRY: BODY COMPOSITION

Weight and height (BMI)
Waist Hip ratio (WHR)
Body Composition : Skinfold testing, Girth measurements and weight

BULKING UP

Nutrition to complement weights training programs
Supplementation analysis: To take or not to take – weighing up between benefits vs. detriments

GET IN SHAPE

NUTIRTION SERVICES

  • General dietary assessment and meal planning and individualised nutrition support and advice for medical conditions, e.g. Diabetes, Heart health, Gastrointestinal conditions, Food intolerances, Weight loss

  • Dietary assessment and counselling for recreational to elite athletes, children, adolescents, adults and older adults, everybody!
  • Body composition assessment and monitoring (ie. Level 1 Anthropometrist (Body composition testing)
  • Nutrition seminars and supermarket tours
  • Fluid balance assessments and sweat testing

WHAT IS A DIETITIAN?

Dietitians are University trained Nutrition specialists who are clinically trained in providing counselling to individuals and groups on dietary education and healthy eating lifestyles.

An accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) will be registered and comply with the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) to deliver best practice guidelines in nutrition management.

An Accredited Sports Dietitian of the Sports Dietitians Australia (SDA) body will have met the specific requirements stipulated by this specialist organisation to practice Sports Nutrition.

Dietitians (APDs) differ from Nutritionists (ANs) in that they are trained and qualified to advise patients on the specific nutrition management of chronic health conditions. They translate scientific information into individualised, evidence-based practical advice to assist patients to manage their condition. Nutritional management should be reviewed by an APD periodically.

The overall aim is to improve patient outcomes through medical nutrition therapy (MNT)

WHAT IS A SPORTS DIETITIAN?

The main objective of a Sports Dietitian is to identify the best eating and drinking strategies to fuel and meet an individual’s nutritional schedule and training/competition requirements. These strategies should always be tailored to each person’s unique lifestyle choices and circumstances to ensure their performance and day to day well-being needs are optimised.

Overall, a Sports Dietitian aims to maximise an athlete’s performance, whatever level of sport they participate in. To achieve this ultimate goal, the Dietitian can aide with:

  • General health and immunity
  • Maximising energy levels

  • Concentration
  • Support growth and body composition
  • Recovery
  • Hydration goals and strategies

WHAT SERVICES CAN A DIETITIAN PROVIDE?

Individuals or groups can benefit through counselling, group workshops, tours or lectures. These are the main areas that can be covered from the first consultation up until the end of their care continuum.

MEET OUR DIETITIAN

Kiarra Martindale
Kiarra MartindaleDietitian
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