Do you have…
- Irregular, heavy or painful periods?
- A Hormonal imbalance condition such as PCOS, endometriosis?
- Gestational Diabetes
- Trying to conceive?
- Pregnant or thinking about having a child soon?
- Struggling to manage your weight post childbirth or menopause?
- Struggling with an eating disorder, have a negative relationship with food and/or your body?
If you have any of the above conditions and are looking at ways to improve your diet to increase your fertility, foster a healthy baby, reduce symptoms associated with hormonal conditions, lose weight or improve your relationship with food…. Look no further.
Being female practitioners, our Dietitians have both work-related and personal experience in dealing with women’s health and nutrition.
We understand that there is an abundance of up and coming information relating to all of these conditions and trying to eat to support your health has somehow become a complex and overwhelming task.
We believe that education is power and by providing you no nonsense nutrition in an easy to read and understand manner will empower you to take control of your own health.
We understand that there is so much more to eating than the food itself, there is an abundance of environmental and personal influences that dictate your food choices.
How our dietitians can help:
- Educate on dietary patterns that have been shown to improve hormonal conditions such as endometriosis and PCOS.
- Educate on evidence-based supplements and nutrition
- Personalised weight loss plans that consider hormonal influences on weight and personal factors at play.
- Assess other factors playing into your weight and health issues such as sleep, stress and anxiety.
- Manage common female nutrient deficiencies such as iron deficiency
- Educate you on meeting your nutrient requirements throughout pregnancy and lactation
- Manage constipation and reflux during pregnancy
- Help you navigate Gestational Diabetes
- Improve your relationship with food and support you through recovery from an eating disorder or disordered eating behaviour.
If you need some support and assistance with women’s health and nutrition, please get in touch today and make an appointment with us.
You can book in through our website (HERE) or call us on (08) 9204 2588.