Post-Graduate Dietetics Course | My Experience

So, I’m pretty much done with my Masters of Nutrition & Dietetics degree from Sydney Uni! *cheering* It didn’t feel all that long ago that I wrote about my undergraduate science degree experience, which you guys loved by the way! What were the similarities and differences with an undergrad versus a post-grad degree? What did…

Reduce Your Food Waste | Top Tips #waronwaste

Reducing food waste and advising patients and client appropriately on how to do so is actually part of our job as dietitians! So here are some of my tips that I’m going to start implementing myself in my bid to reduce my environmental footprint and save a few dollars along the way too. (1) Coffee…

My Favourite Dietitian Memes

I’m a fan of a good meme, I must admit it probably defines a lot of the online experience of many a millennial. As expected, my absolute favourite memes are the ones that incorporate that dietitian humour (also shout out to Dietitian Humor on Facebook for all their funnies). So here’s a collection of my…

Best foods to improve your mood

A healthy body and a healthy mind are both critical parts of a healthy person. For many years, physical health and mental health have been treated as completely separate entities. Kind of like how you see a dentist for your teeth and a doctor for everything else. There has been increasing interest in how food…

5 Snack Foods Swapped to Healthier Versions

There’s nothing wrong with eating something that we know isn’t the best for our bodies on occasion, because all too often it’s so good for our minds! Hence, the term “comfort food”. However, if you’re struggling to come up with some alternatives to your favourite sweet and savoury snacks, I’ve got your go-to list to…

4 foods to help manage diabetes

Last week was National Diabetes Week, and given that I have spent some time at an outpatient diabetes centre on clinical placements and will be researching type 1 diabetes for the next few months. I thought I could share what I’ve learned about food and how it can help to manage diabetes. A quick physiology…

A Dietitian in the Gym | My Routine | Thoughts on Gym Culture

 Quick note: this is about my personal experience with exercise. If you’d like a personalised routine that caters your individual medical needs and goals – see an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (especially if you have medical complications) or a Certified Personal Trainer. This post isn’t encouraging you to workout exactly like me, but rather encourage you…

My 7 hacks to eating more veggies everyday

There’s no denying that vegetables are good for us. Low in calories, full of fibre to keep you feeling fuller for longer and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. As a student dietitian, often one of the first things I talk about with patients aiming for weight loss or maintenance is to eat more veg…

5 things dietitians hear all the time that drive us a bit nuts!

Disclaimer: This is a bit of a rant, I love my future profession and all that comes with it but there’s always a few niggly things about our jobs that sometimes we all like to have a little whinge about! (1) “What’s the best piece of diet advice you can give me?” *Sigh* Dietitians are…