At Nutrition Health & Wellbeing, our mission is your optimal health. Our Accredited Practising Dietitians will provide you expert nutritional advice and support, tailored lifestyle solutions and eating plans that will guide you to your own success.
Founder of Nutrition Health & Wellbeing, Leeanne Azzopardi, provides a customised and integrated counselling approach to promote general good health and manage a range of more specific nutrition-related issues. Having completed a Bachelors Degree in Nutrition & Dietetics and a Bachelors Degree in Food Science and Nutrition, Leeanne combines dual qualifications with great skill garnered from her experience in clinical, community health and private practice,to translate the latest nutritional information into meaningful personalised nutrition interventions to assist and empower her patients to obtain long term results and improve their health and wellbeing. Leeanne believes in her non dieting approach to health and nutrition, having a special interest weight management, Typ1 and Type 2 diabetes and gastro intestinal health. Leeanne enjoys travelling to new places, trying new restaurants, being creative in the kitchen and and a nice chat with friends over wine. Qualifications: -Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics -Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition Health & Wellbeing -Science of Weight Management Certificate -Advanced Certificate of Weight Management -DAFNE (Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating ) – Diabetes Australia -Better Health Self Management Training
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What extra nutrients do I need in pregnancy? Following a balanced diet is particularly important during pregnancy. Your growing baby has special nutrient needs which can be met through your diet. Further, a growing baby places extra demand upon your body, and a healthy diet can help keep you feeling fit and well. You need to eat nutrient-dense foods as your nutrient requirements increase. Try and eat regular meals and snacks based on the Dietary Guidelines for Australians. Important nutrients that are in demand include protein, iron, calcium and folate (folic acid). A folate supplement before conception and for the first three months of pregnancy is also recommended to help meet these increased needs initially. An Accredited Practising Dietitian can help you to plan and implement a healthy pregnancy eating plan. Contact the team if you have any enquiries on 9217 6421.
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