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Weight Management & Heart Disease

Jane is experienced and successful at helping clients manage weight using evidence-based strategies. 

Jane ensures her weight management strategies are achievable and take into account best possible chance at long term success.

Education is individualised for each client

  • Education about staying within your EER (estimated energy requirement)

  • Individualised simple strategies

  • Meal plans inc. main meals, snacks.

  • Portion control techniques.

  • Inflammation reduction techniques - resistant starch/butyrate sources and antioxidant sources.

  • The benefits of adequate sleep and how it affects your weight and health


For the treatment of heart disease risk factors Jane has experience working as a cardiac surgical support dietitian in a hospital setting. She enjoys assisting people with strategies to reduce overall risk of heart disease.

Food Allergy or Intolerance

  • Meeting nutritional requirements while restricting for allergies

  • Chemical elimination diets 



Food intolerance can be responsible for a large range of symptoms including migraines, hives, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) insomnia, anxiety, bowel problems and bloating. There are various types of food intolerance, chemical (amines, salicylate or glutamate) or short chain carbohydrate (FODMAPS) causing peoples symptoms. The symptoms can be overlapping and hard to recognise without a good understanding of the types of symptoms and the chemicals contained within each food. Jane has learned from the experts RPAH allergy unit in Sydney on how to conduct the Elimination Diet.


Jane is very experienced in educating clients on the FODMAPS diet for management of bloating and other gut symptoms. Like the elimination diet, the FODMAPS diet is designed to be temporary and requires challenging at the end of the trial. The challenge involves trailing each potential FODMAP to ensure you have a better understanding of the effect each has on your body.

Jane also supports people interpret results and make dietary changes after using the latest technology in microbiota / microbiome testing - Microba - from the University of Queensland.


Plant Based Diets


Plant based and Vegan diets have many health benefits including reducing chronic illness if planned correctly. As Australian soils are deficient in some minerals (iodine and selenium), is it recommended to see a dietitian when undertaking diets that restrict certain foods to ensure you meet your requirements. Jane enjoys implementing easy strategies to ensure you survive and thrive on a plant based diet.


This includes:

  • Education about getting enough of the right kind of amino acids, minerals and vitamins.

  • Additional nutrients not readily available in common plant foods – omega 3 long chain fatty acids as well as the addition of vitamins created in fermented foods.

  • Meal plans, recipes and cooking techniques.

Fees: $160 new in clinic appointment (45 – 1 hour), $80 review – (30 minutes)

Claimable in Private Health Insurance (HICAPS available). Medicare Plans and DVA accepted. NDIS accepted.

Enquiries: 1300 550 160

Fax: 7225 8043

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