Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


In Australia all dietitians are nutritionists however nutritionists without a dietetics qualification cannot take on the expert role of a dietitian.

Dietitians are qualified to provide evidence based nutrition services, but in addition, a dietitian has undertaken a course of study that included substantial theory and supervised and assessed professional practice in clinical nutrition, medical nutrition therapy and food service management.

A detailed list of the knowledge, skills and attributes of dietitians in Australia can be found in the National Competency Standards for Dietitians.

As a Dietitian Australia (DA) member, we cannot use testimonials to promote our services, including on social media. Using testimonials to promote clinical services is against DA’s Code of Professional Conduct and Statement of Ethical Practice and is governed by the National Law.

We conduct a comprehensive dietary assessment which includes:

  • review of your medical conditions
  • review of your blood test
  • review of your medications and supplements
  • body composition analysis
  • an evaluation of your nutrition goals
  • a 7-day customised meal plan, and
  • nutrition supplements regimen

The initial consultation is usually 60 – 90 minutes. A subsequent follow-up visit will take around 30 – 45 minutes.

The initial assessment consultation fee is AUD 300, and the subsequent visit is AUD 200.

We are the recognised provider for most of the major private health funds. The rebates you receive depending on the level of coverage of your policy. Please contact your health fund provider for more info.

If you’re eligible for the Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Plan, you can access up to five dietitian’s rebates from Medicare in a calendar year. The current Medicare schedule fee for dietetic service is $55.10 per session. Please discuss with your GP regarding your eligibility.

Yes, we do. Your partner must book a separate initial nutrition consultation and be eligible for a 20% discount.

We primarily see clients for fertility, IVF and pregnancy, but we also consult a wide range of women’s health conditions:

  • Weight loss 
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
  • Endometriosis
  • Adenomyosis
  • Amenorrhea/anovulation

You don’t need a referral letter. However, if you would like to access dietitian rebates from Medicare, you need to have a Chronic Disease Management (CDM) plan and a referral letter from your GP.

Yes, we’ve partnered with Afterpay, where you now can pay in 4 payments.

Select one of the options at our ‘Shop’. Follow the steps and choose ‘Afterpay’ as the payment option.

We offer online nutrition consultation and you can book an appointment online.

Please get in touch with our team if you’ve any questions or cannot find a suitable time.