Our Nutritionist can help you with your health regime.  

 

If you would like detailed help with your diet, then you have some choices...

1) Fill in our Dietary Habits form, which will provide us an idea of how we can help you.

or

2) Contact us, and ask us for more details.  

We look forward to hearing from you !

The Quiz has been developed for the general population and is not suitable for those with specific medical or nutritional needs (eg. Coeliac disease, food allergies) or for anyone under the age of 2 years.

If you have specific dietary requirements it is recommended you seek the advice of an Accredited Practising Dietitian.   http://daa.asn.au/for-the-public/find-an-apd/

 (Quiz is Courtesy of School of Health Sciences in the Faculty of Health and Medicine and the Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle)

Take the Make Healthy Normal quiz to find out how healthy you are.

If you have specific dietary requirements it is recommended you seek the advice of an Accredited Practising Dietitian.   http://daa.asn.au/for-the-public/find-an-apd/

The use of this Site is for information purposes and is not to be taken as a substitute for seeking appropriate medical advice. It is recommended you seek assistance from a health care professional when interpreting these materials and applying them to your individual circumstances. If you have any concerns about your health, consult your General Practitioner.

 (Quiz is Courtesy of NSW Ministry of Health)

The Energy Requirements Calculator estimates your daily energy requirements for good health based on what your body needs for breathing, circulating blood, digesting food and physical activity.

This may change from day to day.

Energy requirements vary with age, gender, body size and activity levels.

Any energy intake above the estimated requirement is likely to result in weight gain.

(Source: National Health and Medical Research Council)

Daily Nutrients Calculator

To achieve fitness goals, nutrition can not be ignored.

At Your Pace, we do not decide what is right or wrong for you.   Life is full of choices, and it is your choice to decide what is right for you to eat and drink.

We are however happy to share with you the recommended guidelines from professionals and trusted sources.

(Source: National Health and Medical Research Council)

By eating the recommended amounts from the Five Food Groups, you will get enough of the nutrients essential for health and wellbeing, including a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some cancers.

Our dietary patterns are made up of foods and drinks- not simply nutrients. It's the combination of the types and amounts of the foods and drinks that we consume regularly that really matters for our health.

You may also feel better, look better, enjoy life more and live longer!

 

(Source: National Health and Medical Research Council)

The Australian Dietary Guidelines have information about the types and amounts of foods, food groups and dietary patterns that aim to:

  • promote health and wellbeing;

  • reduce the risk of diet-related conditions, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure and obesity; and

  • reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some types of cancers.

The Australian Dietary Guidelines are for use by health professionals, policy makers, educators, food manufacturers, food retailers and researchers, so they can find ways to help Australians eat healthy diets.

(Source: National Health and Medical Research Council)

​Look here to find more information about...

  • Food Labels

  • Glycaemic Index

  • Daily Intake Guide

  • What is a serve?

(Source: Australia Healthy Weight Week is an initiative of the Dietitians Association of Australia, raising awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle.)

Trying out new meal and snack ideas and recipes based on the recommendations from the Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating is a great way to make healthy choices and lose any extra weight.

Each recipe combines foods from different food groups and uses a variety of foods within each group.

To know how much to eat, check out the number of serves from each food group that you need for your age and sex.

(Source: National Health and Medical Research Council)

Carrying too much weight, especially around your waist, puts you at a higher risk of lifestyle-related conditions, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

 

But the good news is that losing just 5-10 per cent of your starting weight, or dropping a few centimetres from your waist, will reduce this risk and benefit your health and wellbeing in the long term.

Being a healthy weight helps you to feel your best – and it’s never too late to start!

(Source: Australia Healthy Weight Week is an initiative of the Dietitians Association of Australia, raising awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle.)

A website to help promote this message and encourage people to see an Accredited Practising Dietitian to assist with food, nutrition and lifestyle management.

(Source: Australia Healthy Weight Week is an initiative of the Dietitians Association of Australia, raising awareness of the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle.)

Recovery Nutrition

In the training situation, with correct planning of the workload and the recovery time, adaptation allows the body to become fitter, stronger and faster.

(Source: Australian Institute of Sport - As Australia’s strategic high performance sport agency, the AIS is responsible and accountable for leading the delivery of Australia’s international sporting success.)

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