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Welcome to Zest for Life Nutrition

Providing expert nutrition advice to help you achieve optimal well-being.

Zest for Life specialises in gastrointestinal disorders, including IBS, IBD (including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) and gastrointestinal surgery; diabetes management and weight loss management -both surgical and non-surgical approaches. Mandy is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), so you can be sure the advice you receive is based on solid scientific evidence.
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Why Choose an APD?

Accredited practising dietitians (APDs) are University-qualified experts in food and nutrition.  They translate scientific evidence and information into individual practical advice.  APDs must undertake continuing professional development in order to remain accredited, ensuring that their knowledge and skills are always up to date.

A consultation with an APD will usually involve a diet and lifestyle assessment, as well as education and counselling.  Follow-up appointments are used where necessary to monitor progress towards health goals.

Balanced and Holistic Approach

The food we choose to eat plays an enormous role in both our physical and mental health.

The reasons we eat food are so complex and nuanced – it is rarely just out of pure hunger. Food provides comfort and pleasure; it has a big role in traditions and social interactions and is an important part of family life. So it is important that we can eat in a way that nourishes our body, mind and soul. Exploring what food means to you and how you relate to food is an important step in forming a healthy relationship with food and eating. When you can feel comfortable in the choices you make and you feel healthy and happy you are well on the way to living your best life.

My mission is simple – to improve your quality of life through good nutrition and a positive relationship with food.

Work with Mandy to...

Better manage your diabetes

Diabetes in its most basic form is too much sugar (as glucose) circulating in the blood.

The reason for the increased glucose can be wide and varied, and will also depend on the type of diabetes you have been diagnosed with.

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Achieve a healthier lifestyle

There is no question that weight is a marker of health. But it is certainly not the only one. And focussing solely on a number on the scales can be counter-productive to making steps to a healthier lifestyle.

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step