What is a dietitian?

Accredited Practising Dietitians are the ONLY nutritionists recognised by Medicare, DVA and the NDIS. 

Dietitians are the most credible source of nutrition advice available in Australia. To be a dietitian you have to have either a Bachelor or Masters from one Australia’s leading universities to be accredited with the national governing body, Dietitians Australia. 


Is a Dietitian right for you?

This depends on what you are after. If you are fed up with fad diets that promise the world and leave you deflated, then yes we are probably the right health professional for you.  

Our approach is to empower you with knowledge, confidence and practical strategies that you will find easy to put into action. 

“We will give you the hammer, you decide where to drive the nail”

What would you like help with? 

Click on one of the images below to find out about our programs and services available: 

Gut health service
Food allergies
Eating disorder recovery


We have been one of the leading Gold Coast Dietitian practices for almost 20 years and have seen thousands of people visit us in our clinics across the Gold Coast in Nerang and Robina. 

Our Gold Coast Dietitians have found their passion and specialised in that area. Textbooks and university can only take you so far – It then takes time and experience with hundreds of clients to develop an understanding of what is the best way to optimise your diet for your health and goals.

Which of our dietitians is right for you?

If you have a child with ASD/Autism or an allergy then speak to our paediatric dietitian Jacqui Palmer for family-friendly plans and guidance.

Do you suspect a food allergy or intolerance is causing you trouble? Our dietitians,  Aloysa Hourigan. Anna D’Arcy or Amber Schilder all have experience and post-graduate training to help you find your trigger foods. 

Symptoms like bloating, constipation, diarrhoea or stomach pains may improve with advice from our any of our dietitians as we can all develop personalised nutrition strategies and advise on appropriate tests.

If you have kidney stones, liver disease or kidney disease then see Jaimon Kelly who is part of pioneering research into kidney nutrition.

Need some advice to work the best eating plan for diabetes then see our friendly dietitian Amber Schilder who has lots of practical and easy to follow advice from years of professional and personal experience.

Do you have concerns about your weight? Anna D’Arcy and Amber Schilder can provide a tailored plan for you.


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