Dietitian Services | Women's Health Dietetics
An evidence-based advice to help women at all stages of life reach their goals, to optimise their health and wellbeing
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The Allied Health Approach 6 Week Challenge Starts October 9th 2021
Join Accredited Exercise Physiologists and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian for a 6 Week Journey to improve your health. Create your own 6 Week Challenge with fitness, rehabilitation and dietetic options.learn more
6 Week Challenge | The Allied Health Approach
We are partnering with Accredited Practicing Dietitian Kerri Carmichael to bring you the any.BODY 6 Week Challenge | An Allied Health Approach. You will have an amazing team of Accredited Exercise Physiologists and a Dietitian on your team to assist you to build healthy habits that will last. A fully tailored experience, we can assist you to get moving with our Fitness or Clinical Pilates Challenge with a fully tailored nutritional approach.
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Kerri Carmichael | Accredited Practicing Dietitian
Aside from her passion for dietetics, Kerri is also a personal trainer and breakfast enthusiast. When working with patients, Kerri is an Holistic Dietitian as she looks to optimise physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. This involves discussing and looking at sleep hygiene, physical activity and stress levels in addition to a dietary analysis.
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Key tips for healthy aging through menopause | Nutrition + Dieteticsby Kerri CarmichaelFun fact! Put your mushrooms gill side up in the midday sunshine for 15-120 minutes for an increased Vitamin D content to reach the recommended daily intake.
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