Annabel has extensive experience working in private practice, in both
rural and metropolitan areas of Queensland. She became a dietitian due
to her interest in nutrition and its
association with chronic disease prevention and management. Nutrition is
a critical piece of the 'health & wellbeing’ puzzle, and she loves
to support her patients with positive education and guidance.
Wanting to kick start the New Year with healthy habits and a fresh perspective? Well, this is the package for you.
You’ll have one-on-one, personalised dietetic support to identify and manage your health-related goals. This could be as simple as improving your overall health or as complex as managing a chronic disease. Annabel will design a management plan to suit your individual goals and regularly check in to support you on your wellness journey.
What's the cost?
Our New Year special is $500, normally valued at $650.
To book a consult or Wellness Package with Annabel click here.
An InBody scan determines your body composition. It breaks down your weight into skeletal muscle mass and body fat mass. It also provides detail on weight distribution, chronic disease risk and progress over time.
The InBody runs an electrical current throughout your body to quantify body composition. This method is known as bioelectrical impedance analysis. As a dietitian, I explain these results and highlight relevant parameters, like the visceral fat level score. From here, I provide personalised nutrition strategies to reach your specific goal.
Muscle (percentage and kilograms), fat (percentage and kilograms), obesity analysis and visceral fat, water composition, and body composition history.
The metabolic analyser measures your resting metabolic rate (RMR). RMR describes an individual’s daily energy expenditure at rest, which can be useful to know for various health conditions.
For instance, if you’re trying to lose weight or have a thyroid condition, this information can provide accurate energy targets. This is far more specific than predictive equations typically used in practice.
The metabolic analyser uses indirect calorimetry, by measuring the exchange rate between oxygen and carbon dioxide. It’s a quick, pain-free test and the results will be explained in the consult.