Life often gets in the way of us doing the things we know are important but don’t feel we have the time to deal with properly. This is often the case with our health.

How many times have you thought, one day… I’ll lose a few kilos, eat better, walk more, start playing sport again, address my sleep issues, quit smoking, cut back on alcohol, or sugar or salt? One day…

If any of these sound familiar, you are not alone! However, health issues can catch up with us when we least expect it.

How we live, how active we are and what we eat are all lifestyle factors. They have a major influence on whether we enjoy good health or develop diseases in the future. Chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, and even the risk of having a stroke, are often influenced by lifestyle factors.

What the program offers

My health for life is about behaviour change. Eligible participants take part in a six month program that helps them to move past the barriers that stand in the way of making healthy choices and positive lifestyle change. The program is free. There are no clubs to join, weigh-ins, special food or gym-style programs involved. Our emphasis is on providing a respectful and supportive environment.

We believe healthy change is best achieved in manageable steps. We show you how to set realistic goals and develop an action plan for success and we support you on your journey to get your health back on track.

My Health for Life is a FREE program (funded by Queensland health) for people who have a risk of developing a chronic disease in the future. We have been delivering this program now for 3 years and have had great results.

Almost 2 out of 3 people lose weight

50% of people reduced their waist size

70% of people were eating recommended daily fruit

The number of people meeting recommended veggies doubled

Significantly more people meeting daily exercise goals

What to expect

The program gives you support and accountability to keep your healthy habits going. We bring together small groups of people to meet weekly or fortnightly via teleconference or in person.  

Benefits of the program are:

  • Boost physical health, immunity and mental health
  • Accountability to a group of people with similar health goals
  • Learn strategies to start healthy habits (that will stick this time)
  • A qualified health professional (our dietitians) facilitates each session

The first session is a one-on-one, personalised appointment to help tailor the program to your needs.

This program takes a different approach to getting healthy. So, why not find out if My health for life works for you.

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Thursdays 5.30pm – 6.30pm  starting 4th March 2021
  • By videoconference (zoom)
  • Every week for 1 hour at the same time
  • 10 weeks in duration and support over 6 months
  • From the comfort of your home

5 places left

Wednesdays 10am – 12pm Starting 31st March 2021
  • Robina Community Centre 
  • 2 hours every fortnight 
  • Direct support from a dietitian for 3 months
  • Email and txt support for 3 further months

8 places left

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Make changes today so you can enjoy good health now and tomorrow.

My health for life is a free program designed to help people who are at high risk of chronic disease get their health back on track. It could be the ideal program for you.

You could be eligible if you have are ANY of the following:

  • are aged 45 years and over and have high cholesterol or high blood pressure or are overweight
  • are over the age of 65 and would like to get healthier
  • have brothers, sisters or parents with diabetes
  • have high cholesterol
  • are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander aged 18 years and over

To register your interest in a program, go to www.myhealthforlife.com.au and complete the ‘health check’.

If you are eligible please call My Nutrition Clinic on 5533 8866 to book your free initial appointment.

Our dietitians below are our My Health for Life Facilitators

Matt Hart Dietitian

Matt Hart

Matt is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who recently moved back to the Gold Coast after spending the past two years in the tropics of far North Queensland. He is an easy going friendly Tasmanian bred Queenslander. Matt strives to empower individuals to take control of their own health through collectively developing tailored nutrition support.  He has particular interest in Bone Health, Gastrointestinal disturbances, Men’s Health, disordered eating and Sport. 


Molly Warner, Gold Coast Dietitian

Molly Warner

Molly is a certified FODMAP dietitian through Monash University and a trained ‘Microba’ gut microbiome practitioner. She is also trained in motivational interviewing and the non-diet approach and she uses these approaches daily in the clinic and in a group program called ‘My Health for Life’.


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