Encouraging a healthy nutritional lifestyle with up to date evidence based practice to help you maintain your healthy body weight. This includes a sustainable eating plan & everyday practical strategies.
Dietary factors play an integral role in the prevention and/or treatment of chronic diseases such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and bone fractures, dental disease and various cancers.
Addresses the nutrition difficulties associated with conditions including; crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, short bowel syndrome, gastrectomy, chronic pancreatitis and liver disease.
Assisting clients with healthy and safe food practices while pregnant. There is growing evidence suggesting the perinatal environment has a critical influence on predisposing the foetus to future chronic disease risk. This program facilitates management of excessive gestational weight gain to improve incidence of childhood and adolescent obesity.
Providing structure, education and therapeutic support to encourage a return to normal/healthy nutritional intake and eating behaviours.
Fussy with your eating? Not a problem. Where possible nutritional plans will be tailored individually to accommodate all dietary preferences. For kids learning how to make food fun and ideas for healthy take-a-way substitutes can be a great place to start.
Utilising an elimination diet and challenge procedure to identify the food intolerance responsible for symptoms. Once known allergies and intolerances have been established, prescribed strategies can be advised to achieve optimal nutrition for your body.
Optimising Peri-Exercise Nutrition (Pre, During and Post Exercise) depending on type, duration and intensity of the exercise as well as body composition, and personal objectives of the athlete.
Facilitateing increased muscle mass by formulating a nutritional plan to compliment your training schedule and goals. This includes advice and information on suitable protein intake, dietary supplements and ergogenic aids.
Providing you with the strategies and knowledge required to successfully navigate your way through a busy lifestyle without compromising your nutrition. Options include: seminars, workshops, health promotion materials and dietary assessments.
David Bryant has 8 years experience as an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Sports Dietitian. To further improve his Dietetic Skills David completed a Nutrition traineeship at The Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS) working with world class athletes. In 2017, David also worked with the Fremantle Dockers, where he managed the nutrition regime for the players playing for Peel Thunder on game day in the WAFL competition.
His in depth knowledge and lifestyle experiences assist his clients in achieving their goals whether that be a sport specific goal, weight loss or specific dietary requirements. Eating to live but also living to eat is a passion of David’s where the specific lifestyle goals and preferences of his clients are taken into consideration to tailor a client centred nutrition plan. David is a big believer in using real food to fuel over supplementation.
David has a strong involvement in the endurance sport scene, with a personal best marathon time of 2 hours 48 minutes, a Half Ironman personal best time of 4 hours 16 minutes and the full Ironman 9 hours 19 minutes. David attributes these achievements to applying his nutrition and fitness knowledge to his everyday lifestyle.
Leah is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Sports Dietitian with 10 years experience holding a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Nutrition, Post-Graduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics.
Leah is dedicated to working and supporting children and their families in a family focused approached as she has experience in adult and paediatric nutrition and dietetics. Leah’s expertise and areas of interest extends from infant, childhood, adolescent , maternal health and adult nutrition. She is a specialist in meal time issues including; growth faltering and fussy eating and gastrointestinal diseases and intolerances. She is experienced in food allergies, sports nutrition, obesity and weight management.
Naturally, with a food science background Leah loves to create and prepare practical, affordable wholesome meal plans for her patients.
Leah also works as a senior clinical dietitian at Perth’s Princess Margaret Hospital. Her experience extends to her previous work with children and adults in London where she worked at Evelina’s Children Hospital and the prestigious Bupa Cromwell Hospital.
Leah has an adventurous nature and has a passion for trekking recently completing the snowman trek in Bhutan. She is a passionate runner, with a personal best marathon time of 3 hours 00 minutes 02 seconds (2016 Chevron City to Surf). She is currently working hard to crack sub 18 minutes for 5km.
Dietitians understand how your body works and how food and drinks help nourish, healthy individuals, sport athletes and those with medical conditions that are affected by or treated with nutrition. Nationally Accredited Dietitians hold a four year university degree, with a defined body of knowledge to influence the wider environment affecting food intake and eating behaviour using scientific principles and evidence based methods.
Typically a summary of your food and fluid intake will be reviewed, input into a nutritional analysis system to identify deficiencies or excessive consumption and then a personalised plan will be tailored for you. This plan aims to meet necessary energy and nutrient requirements for your lifestyle..
Dietitians are eligible for Medicare and private health fund rebates. They can also assist with NDIS and Department of Veteran Affairs claims.
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