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Expert Eating Disorder Nutritionist and Dietitian

When you come to Dietitian Fit and meet with our eating disorder dietitian, you can look forward to a service tailored to your individual needs. Our experienced eating disorder nutritionist have years of education and training to ensure the best results.

Common types of eating disorders
(not limited to)

Anorexia nervosa

Trying to keep body weight as low as possible by not eating enough food and/or exercising too much. Anorexia is characterised by an intense fear of gaining weight and a distorted body image. Those with anorexia can often restrict their food intake to dangerous levels, leading to severe weight loss and malnutrition.

Bulimia nervosa

Episodes of loss of control of food intake and ingestion of large amounts of food in a short period of time, followed by compensatory behaviors, such as self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise, or laxative use.

Binge eating

Losing control over food and consuming large amount of food in a short period of time, just like in bulimia, but in the absence of compensatory behaviours, which can lead to weight gain.

Eating disorder not otherwise specified

Orthorexia: An obsession with eating food that is considered “healthy” and feeling guilty if foods perceived as “unhealthy” are consumed. 

Bigorexia: Obsession over feelings of not having enough muscle mass, often doing excessive exercise, or taking excessive amount of supplements to increase muscle mass.

Eating disorder nutritionist

Early intervention with eating disorder treatment is critical to prevent long-term physical damage.

An eating disorder dietitian will help you understand what is happening and help you develop a healthier relationship with food. We will help you manage your eating disorder symptoms and feel much better physically and mentally!

Frequently Asked Questions

Working with an eating disorder dietitian is a crucial aspect of eating disorder recovery. We play a vital role in helping you navigate your way towards a healthier relationship with food. A registered dietitian specialises in understanding the unique challenges and complexities of eating disorders, and we have the knowledge and expertise to guide you towards a sustainable recovery.

A registered dietitian can help you identify negative thoughts and beliefs surrounding food and body image. We can provide tools and strategies to promote a healthier mindset and support the development of positive coping mechanisms.

Seeking help from a registered dietitian is particularly important when it comes to addressing any potential physical complications resulting from an eating disorder. We can  monitor your health closely and make recommendations to manage any nutritional deficiencies or medical issues that may arise.

The consultations are tailored to your specific  conditions and your needs, each session is devoted to a deep exploration of you and your habits to improve your condition. You will work together, as a team, with your dietitian to help you overcome your disordered eating. You will have weekly follow-up sessions to work on your progress and to support you on your recovery journey. 

If you are ready to manage your eating disorder, you can book your initial consultation here.  

We have tailored packages for our clients, and the duration and frequency of appointment depends on individual needs.  Starting by an initial consultation and getting the help you need is already a big step toward progress. From there, our eating disorder expert will analyse where you are in your journey today, and will establish goals and suggest an estimate of how many sessions that would be best to optimise progress, results and recovery. 

Yes, there are monthly instalment plans available. We also accept most health providers’ insurance. 

What’s more, you can get the help you need without ever leaving your home. We offer our services online (video) for greater convenience and privacy. Contact us today to see how we can help you overcome your eating disorder.

The causes of eating disorders can vary, and it is important to note that they are not simply a result of personal choice or willpower. Genetic, environmental, and psychological factors can all play a role in the development of an eating disorder. Societal pressures to attain a certain body ideal and the influence of social media can also contribute to the onset of disordered eating patterns.

The implications of untreated eating disorders can be severe. Physical complications may include malnutrition, electrolyte imbalances, osteoporosis, and heart problems. Mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts, are also commonly associated with eating disorders.

Seeking professional help from a registered dietitian who specialises in eating disorders is crucial in order to address those complex conditions. With our expertise and knowledge, we can provide personalised guidance on nutrition, meal planning, and developing a healthier relationship with food. Working with an eating disorder professional can significantly contribute to a healthy recovery journey and improve overall well-being.

No. You do not need a diagnosed eating condition to see an eating disorder nutritionist or dietitian.




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