Plant based diets
We ensure that you follow a plant based diet with no deficiencies
All our nutrition consultations are done via our telehealth online platform and app. Wherever you are, you can speak to our expert dietitian's & nutritionists.
Our process is simple
1. You book an initial consultation
2. You activate your practice better account (our online software)
3. We send you the pre-assessment forms
4. You will receive an email with your zoom link
5. You meet your dietitian.
What is a plant based diet?
Plant-based or plant-forward eating patterns focus on foods primarily from plants. This includes not only fruits and vegetables, but also nuts, seeds, oils, whole grains, legumes, and beans. It doesn't mean that you are vegetarian or vegan and never eat meat or dairy.Vegan diets are a type of plant based diet where only foods derived from plants are consumed. This includes fruits, vegetables, grains, cereal products, nuts, seeds, legumes and plant-based milks such as soy, rice and almond. Vegans do not consume any animal products such as meat, chicken, eggs, honey, fish, milk and dairy products. In addition to this, many vegans do not wear or use products derived from animals such as wool or silk.
Different types of plant based diets
4. ovo- vegetarian
5. lacto-ovo vegetrian
How our plant based dietitian experts can help you ;
Transition to a vegan diet
Meeting your nutritional needs on a vegan diet
Developing a tailored supplement regime for your needs
Eating disorder recovery for plant based individuals
Nutritional deficiencies (iron-deficiency anaemia, vitamin B12)
Chronic disease prevention and management (high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes)
Plant-based nutrition for hormonal conditions (PCOS, endometriosis, adenomyosis, thyroid)
Low FODMAP vegan diet for IBS management
Gut health and digestive concerns
What to expect
You will complete the pre assessment questionnaire and activate your online account.
Initial consultations are 60 minutes in duration, you will meet your dedicated dietitian and discuss your goals, analyse your lifestyle and symptoms. After your initial consultation, you will have a clear plan of what is expected going forward. If you require blood tests a letter will be written to your GP after your initial consultation for those tests to be done before our follow up.
Your dietitian may also help you plan the best foods to buy and prepare for yourself or your family.
Follow up sessions will be booked in advanced. Depending on what your dietitian feels is best suites, you will have 3+ follow ups sessions.
An email will be sent to activate your telehealth portal. You can also download the ‘better by practice better’ app , and log in with your details
Complete the pre-assessment form and terms and conditions
Join the 1-1 consultation via the zoom link provided on the telehealth platform. Here you will meet your dietitian.