Eatsense is one of the Central Coast’s leading nutrition practices and was established on the NSW Central Coast in 2013 by owner and Accredited Practising Dietitian Nicole Saliba. It has since grown into a team of passionate dietitians who thrive on helping their clients. Eatsense has a strong focus on Women’s health and preventative healthcare, and each dietitian has a key interest area including paediatric nutrition, women’s health, gut health, chronic disease and plant-based nutrition. Conveniently located in the same complex, Coastal Rehab Hub are pleased to be able to regularly refer clients to Eatsense dietitians for nutrition support.
Eatsense’s vision is to help as many people as possible learn to prioritise themselves, enjoy delicious and nourishing food and live a healthy and happy life. A lot of nutrition advice today is based on misinformation, restriction and guilt. The Eatsense specialised dietitians provide realistic, tailored and scientifically-backed nutrition advice that makes sense.
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Importance of seeing a dietitian
Dietitians are able to support clients in optimising their health as well as preventing and managing medical conditions. The nutrition space is an area filled with a tremendous amount of misinformation. Dietitians are able to help you decipher fact from fiction and provide you with personalised and scientifically backed nutrition advice in a friendly and non-judgmental environment.
Conditions we can help with
Our dietitians are passionate about working with clients and assisting with a wide range of areas including;
- Weight management
- Chronic disease management including diabetes, heart disease
- Thyroid conditions
- Women’s health including endometriosis, PCOS, menopause
- Fertility, pre-conception and pregnancy nutrition
- Supporting clients going through cancer therapy
- Paediatric nutrition including food allergies and intolerances, fussy eating
- Gut health including Diverticulitis, Coeliac disease, IBD and IBS
- Plant-based diets
- Sports Nutrition
- Nutritional Psychiatry and supporting clients with mood disorders
Why is nutrition so important in cancer therapy?
Healthy eating and lifestyle habits are important during and after cancer treatment. Maintaining a healthy body weight, limiting alcohol, incorporating regular exercise and eating a healthy diet can help protect against some types of cancers as well as cancer reoccurrence. During cancer treatment, dietitians are able to assess nutrient requirements and assist patients in optimising their nutritional status, manage their weight, health condition and any potential side effects.