GEELONG DIETITIAN

KEY INTERESTS

  • Irritable Bowel (IBS) - dietary assessment and advice for bowel issues such as irritable bowel, constipation, bloating and diarrhoea. Monash University low FODMAP course
  • Obesity Surgery counselling and advice- Dietary assessment and advice for a healthier life before or after surgery. Specialise in sleeve gastrectomy and Roux en Y gastric bypass patients.
  • Heart Disease – dietary assessment and advice based on the latest research, an interest in cardiac rehabilitation

From the Blog

9 October

Obesity Surgery – is it for me?

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For many of us the decision to have weight loss or bariatric surgery is a very difficult one.  Most people who consider surgery for obesity have been struggling with their weight for many years and are often embarrassed to seek help fearing they will be seen as failures. I have worked in Geelong as a bariatric […]

17 May

Magical Microbes – How to Feed Your Gut

The microbes that inhabit our intestine can keep us healthy – by looking after our gut microbes they will look after you. We can improve our gut microbiome in several ways. Probiotics – these are the live microorganisms of beneficial bacteria and yeast that help to balance our gut microbiome.  Probiotic rich foods include yoghurt, […]

2 June

Food for thought – the Mediterranean diet and your brain

A recent review of the results of studies involving more than 2 million people worldwide showed that people following a Mediterranean diet had a 13 percent lower risk of death from Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Interestingly another review has shown that the risk of developing Alzheimer’s was almost 50 percent lower among people who […]

Sally Morgan

Dietitian

  • Sally Morgan

    I am passionate about helping people manage their health problems through changes to diet and lifestyle to improve quality of life. I keep up to date with the latest scientific research in nutrition and tailor it into realistic and practical advice for you. The key to sustained changes to lifestyle start with small realistic steps.

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