Nutrition seminars and workshops are a great way to learn from Accredited Practising Dietitians who can dispel myths and cut through the misinformation that is so prevalent today. Dietitians are experts in nutrition with 4+ year degrees in nutrition and dietetics who are required to provide information that based about credible evidence. 

Dietitians take the science and jargon and turn it into practical advice that is easy to put into action. Our focus is on improving your quality of life through an improvement in health, well-being, all while enjoying food and mealtimes. 

Seminars for groups start at $150/seminar. Group size is normally capped at 20 people. Discounts are available If you book more than 3 seminars together.

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Nutrition Seminar

Nutrition holds the key to you achieving your optimum bodyweight and body composition. Learn the keys to eating for weight loss, the best foods for bulking, how to get lean while maintaining your energy and sustainable approaches to body composition. Whether you need a muscle building diet plan, or body fat loss for performance, this sports nutrition seminar will show you how to do it.

This seminar focuses on the crucial role that proper nutrition plays in maintaining a healthy gut microbiome. We begin with an overview of the digestive system and the importance of gut bacteria in overall health, followed by a discussion of the different types of dietary fiber and their impact on gut health. Our dietitian also delves into the benefits of probiotics and prebiotics, and how they can be incorporated into a balanced diet. Additionally, the seminar covers the harmful effects of processed foods, artificial sweeteners, and excessive alcohol consumption on gut health, and provide practical tips on how to make healthier food choices. This seminar is a valuable resource for anyone interested in optimizing their digestive health through proper nutrition.

This presentation explores the links between nutrition and the management of chronic pain. We began by explaining the role that diet can play in managing chronic pain, highlighting the importance of consuming an anti-inflammatory diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and healthy fats. We address the impact of specific nutrients, such as omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, on chronic pain, and provided practical tips on how to incorporate these nutrients into a balanced diet. Additionally, we highlight the importance of avoiding certain foods that can exacerbate inflammation and pain.

We begin by emphasizing the unique nutritional needs of older adults, including an increased need for certain vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin D and calcium, and a decreased need for calories. We also look at the impact of a healthy diet on age-related conditions, such as cognitive decline and heart disease, and provide practical tips on how to incorporate nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and lean protein, into a balanced diet. We discuss the importance of hydration in older adults, as well as the role of supplements in meeting nutrient needs. Additionally, the talk addresses common nutrition-related concerns in older adults, such as malnutrition and provides strategies for addressing these issues. 

Research has shown the link between gut health and performance. For your body to be performing at its best, and for you to be getting the fitness benefits you want, you need to have a healthy gut. Learn what foods boost gut health and how these link to performance, illness and injury.