Guardian Dietitian provides tailored support to individuals seeking to improve
their relationship with food and general health in Melbourne's Western suburbs.
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About Guardian Dietitian
Guardian Dietitian is a passionate team of Dietitians providing tailored support to individuals seeking to improve their health and well-being through nutrition and lifestyle intervention in Melbourne's West.
We translate complex, scientific, evidence-based nutrition information into simple and actionable messages. We foster a positive relationship between your health, the pleasure of eating and the prevention and management of lifestyle diseases.
How Can We Help?
We want to help you establish a healthier relationship with food and your body, improving your quality of life and allowing you to live in line with your values.
If you have been diagnosed with insulin resistance, high blood sugar levels or diabetes, adopting a healthier diet may delay the onset of diabetes or the need for medication.
Whether you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Coeliac Disease or ongoing gut symptoms, we will help you identify triggers that may be exacerbating your symptoms. We will provide education on how to manage your condition and give you practical strategies.
For people with high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure or at an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, we will work with you to decrease your risk factor.
We can help you identify which foods are triggering your symptoms, and alternative foods to include into your diet to ensure you're getting all the nutrients you need.
We can help you understand the relationship between women's health and nutrition, improving symptoms associated with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and endometriosis. We also support women's nutrition during their fertility and pregnancy journeys.
Food & Mood
Nutrition plays an important role in improving our mental health. We can support you in making lifestyle changes by providing individualised nutrition advice.
If you have a vitamin or mineral deficiency, we can guide you towards including more of its food sources to meet healthy recommendations.