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  • Diet Services Food

    Dietitian Services: Group Sessions

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    Share Last week we talked about accessing a diet service that was personalised for you and your individual needs. Whilst this may be exactly what some people need, others prefer to do things in groups, with friends, family or colleagues. Small group sessions are now …

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    Legumes and a low FODMAP diet

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    Share Legumes are a food group that some don’t pay much attention to. But for others, they’re a crucial part of their daily food intake. So how do you manage legumes and a low FODMAP diet together? Chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils, haricot beans, black eyed beans… …

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    What Can I Use Instead of Onion and Garlic?

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    Share When following the low FODMAP diet, both garlic and onion need to be eliminated from the diet, and for many people, they find they are sensitive to fructans, meaning care with intake is required. So what can you use in place of these cooking …

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  • Mindfulness, Curiosity and Your Food!

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    Share Mindfulness is a bit of a buzz word at the moment. We are encouraged to be mindful in everyday life, mindful with activities at work, even mindful with how we eat! Whilst part of my regular practice with clients is encouraging mindful eating, I …

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  • What If Fodmaps Isnt Working

    What if a low FODMAP diet doesn’t work?

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    Share The majority of the time, for people with IBS, the low FODMAP diet works a charm, with symptoms and quality of life improving dramatically. Occasionally though, other things come into the mix, meaning the low FODMAP diet is not as effective as hoped. If …

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  • Why Do The Fodmap Challenges

    The importance of FODMAP challenges

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    Share   For many people who start out on a low FODMAP diet, when the time comes to do the challenges, they start to feel apprehensive. They don’t want to feel worse again, after finally feeling better! For others, they are sometimes so keen to …

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  • What Does My Dietitian Do

    What does a dietitian do?

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    Share   I was chatting with a local GP recently about a client she had referred to me, and her feedback was along the lines of “they liked you, but didn’t understand why seeing you was a long term thing; they thought that it would …

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    Obesity in Australia

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    Share New research about obesity rates came out this week, and to say the numbers are scary is putting it lightly. Since 1980, obesity in Australia has increased by 81%. Worldwide, prevalence of obesity has increased by 27.5%. The impact this can have on general …

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  • The Power of Belief

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    Share Last week I was lucky enough to attend a Supplement Symposium in Canberra at the AIS, where the current situation of supplement use in Australian sport was discussed, and robustly debated. One of my key take homes from this fantastic two days was about …

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