Articles about nutrition, health, eating disorder treatment and behaviour change


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In the approach to your first appointment with a new healthcare clinician, it is common to feel unsteady or uncertain about what lies ahead in this new interaction. We have created this page to clarify the expectations we have about working with our clients so that we can minimise any surprises that could eventuate for you.


Some people with ARFID find new foods have strange or intense tastes, textures or smells and they feel safer eating foods they know well. Others with ARFID have had scary experiences with food like vomiting, choking or allergic reaction, so they may avoid the foods that made them sick. Whilst others don't feel hungry very often, find eating a chore, are disinterested in food, or get full very quickly. People with ARFID can fall into one, two or three of these concerns. If you are concerned about how ARFID might be affecting you, read more about ARFID here.

Meal Planning

Effective meal planning, once a week, can be a great way to get nourishing meals on the dinner table, more often. Find out Dietitian Stelios Sioutis' 9 tips to effective meal planning...

Telehealth Consults

You can now access our dietetic services over telehealth, using your mobile device or PC. Here's what you need to know...

Mental Health Nutrition

Find out why Mental Health Nutrition (Nutritional Psychiatry) is emerging as a new field of nutrition and how it can help you manage your mental health.