Nutrition Services

Individuals

Face to Face Consultations

Individual consultations  60 min
Follow-up consultations 30 min
Follow-up packages 30 min (set of 3)*
(*$85 per session, save $45)
Body Composition Analysis 30 min

$200
$100
$255

$60

Skype Consultations

Individual consultations  60 min
Follow-up consultations 30 min
Follow-up packages 30 min (set of 3)*
(*$80 per session, save $30)

All prices and packages exclude GST

$180
$90
$240

Couples

Face to Face Consultations

Couple consultations  90 min
Follow-up consultations 45 min
Follow-up packages 45 min (set of 3)*(*$130 per session, save $60)
Body composition Analysis

$300
$150
$390

$120

Skype Consultations

Couple consultations  60 min
Follow-up consultations 30 min
Follow-up packages 30 min (set of 3)*
(*$75 per session, save $105)

$220
$110
$225

Pricing for couples or family may vary, please contact Rachel to confirm pricing.

Insurance

Get in touch with your insurance company

Check with your insurance company to see if you are covered to see a NZ Registered Dietitian, as your consultation and follow-up sessions may be covered.

When should you see a Dietitian?

Most people think they know what to eat, but do they really? The majority of clients seen in clinic are baffled and confused by the nutrition information circulating in the media, and want to learn what is correct. Rachel will conduct a full nutritional assessment to determine what your current dietary intake is, and discuss with you how this could be improved.

It is not possible to cover every nutritional concern in one session, and to monitor progress and provide effective feedback, follow up sessions are usually discussed and agreed at the first appointment. Book today to start learning more about how to eat to improve your energy, performance and well-being.

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What is a Dietitian?

Registered Dietitians  are health professionals who meet standards required by the Dietitians Board, and have both an undergraduate science degree (in human nutrition) and a post-graduate qualification in Dietetics. To practise in New Zealand, a Dietitian must, by law, be registered with the Dietitians Board, and hold a current practising certificate. The Dietitians Board protects the health and safety of the New Zealand public under the Health Practitioners Competency Act (HPCA) 2003, by ensuring that every Dietitian working in New Zealand is fit to practice and meets standards of professionalism. Only those on the Register can call themselves a Dietitian and practice as a Dietitian.

In New Zealand, Dietitians are the only nutrition health professionals regulated by law. Dietitians work in a variety of settings including hospitals, in the community, public health, food service, sports, education, research, media and the food industry. 

Rachel has been a Registered Dietitian since 1997.

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