Tailored lifestyle management
At Lifestyle Consultations we are passionate about lifestyle as an important contributor to the treatment and prevention of ill health, for the management of chronic diseases, and for optimizing general health and wellbeing.
We conduct individual, family and group consultations, combining our nutrition and exercise expertise in counseling and education sessions for lifestyle and chronic disease management. With a holistic lifestyle approach we help people achieve their health goals, promoting positive change in behavior for both individuals and their families.
Elizabeth is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist, Exercise Physiologist and Health Coach. She currently works as Senior Dietitian at Hunters Hill Private Hospital. Elizabeth has completed a Bachelor of Health and Exercise Science at the University of New South Wales and a postgraduate Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics at Sydney University.
Elizabeth is passionate about nutrition and lifestyle management as an important contributor to the prevention of ill health and for the management of chronic diseases. Health is individual and Elizabeth can tailor an effective nutrition and exercise plan to assist you in reaching your health goals. Elizabeth has worked with children, adolescents and adults, helping them to achieve their health goals from the management of disordered eating, to injury rehabilitation, and optimising sporting performance. She has focused primarily on eating disorders recovery, type two diabetes management, cardiovascular health management and pediatric rehabilitative care. Elizabeth has provided expert comment and written feature articles for The Village Observer, Men’s Health Magazine and Meat & Livestock Australia.
The completion of two degrees is only the beginning of Elizabeth’s studies. She believes in an integrated approach to health care and this means a path of continuous learning through formal and informal education.
All of our Lifestyle Consultations practitioners are accredited members of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA).