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Should you see a dietitian?

Many people get their dietary ’dos and don’ts’ from the internet, but have you ever considered seeing a dietitian? From hospitals to sporting fields and everywhere in between, here’s how a dietitian can help you.

When your car breaks down, you take it to a mechanic, and when you need legal advice, you hire a lawyer — so why is it that over 75 per cent of Australians turn to the internet for information about their health?

Maybe it’s because of the misconception that dietitians simply dish out weight-loss meal plans and tell people to eat more carrot sticks. And because all of us eat food, there’s a vast array of ideas and beliefs about what and how we should eat.

The reality is that dietitians are the real experts in food,

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