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Advice and Nutrition Coaching for Women's Health

If you need help with the following:

Adenomyosis and Endometriosis Management

Adenomyosis is estimated to affect 20 – 65% of women, as many go through life undiagnosed. Endometriosis affects 1 in 9 women of reproductive age. The nutrients in food and a woman’s immune system can play a large role in helping with reproductive issues.

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At Findurhealth, the goal is to help you navigate your lifestyle through diet. Our area of expertise focuses on women’s health issues such as adenomyosis, endometriosis, PCOS and menopause. So book a consultation today!

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Why a women's health dietitian instead of a regular dietitian?

A women’s health dietitian is a dietitian that has a passion for women and educating women around how to best manage their individual conditions. A women’s health dietitian will have often upskilled in this specific area through self study, research and extra courses. When working with a women’s health dietitian, you can feel confident that you are working with someone who really wants to show up and be there for their clients.

How many sessions do I need to have before I start seeing results?

It is a progressive process. Each consultation you have, you will feel closer to reaching your goals. Dietitians offer individualised advice for each client. There is no “one size fits all” with treatment, so there is no timeline for when one might see results. Once you and your dietitian believe that you are confident in navigating your food and nutrition, and meeting your original goals, this is a good indication that you are getting results.

How does consultation work?

Prior to your first consultation, you will need to complete a new patient form prior to seeing the dietitian. This will be sent to you or completed in clinic. If you have any recent results from your doctor, feel free to bring them along! Otherwise, you don’t need to bring anything – just yourself! After the consultation, we will schedule a follow up appointment, but if you have any questions or concerns between appointments, your dietitian will be available to answer your questions via email or phone call.

Why is it important to see a women's health dietitian?

Our belief is that good nutrition coaching ensures that you’re managing your body well while still consuming key nutrients. For example: You may want to reduce your weight to better manage your health and your medical conditions. At Big Sis Nutrition we can help you achieve this and more with tailored education and advice around your intake and food choices.

How do I know if I am gaining the right amount of weight for pregnancy?

The current recommendation for weight gain during pregnancy comes from the Institute of Medicine (IOM). These guidelines are a little outdated and they do not account for specific conditions in pregnancy (i.e. Twin pregnancies or other health conditions). It is not common practice for GPs to weigh women during pregnancy, as there is enough for women to worry about. If you would like to be weighed, please let us know at your appointment.