Nutrition & dietetics
Maintaining a good diet during pregnancy is very important as it ensures that you and your baby both remain healthy. However, there is much to learn and understand about what a ‘good diet’ really is.
There are foods that you can continue to eat during your pregnancy and other foods that you should avoid. Your need for specific nutrients is increased and it’s very important to learn how to satisfy those needs. Some people might suggest you are now eating for two, but does that really mean you should be consuming twice the calories. Some pregnant women also suffer from morning sickness, changes in taste and specific food cravings.
Greenslopes Obstetrics & Gynaecology has a partnership with a qualified, independent dietitian, Georgia Spry, to provide you with diet and nutritional advice and support.
Georgia is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with Eat Smart Nutrition. As a Women’s Health Dietitian, her primary focus is to support women in achieving optimal health through nutrition. She works with women of all ages to address a range of concerns including reproductive health, hormonal imbalances, weight management and pain management.
Her specialised knowledge allows her to provide evidence-based guidance and personalised nutrition plans, tailored to each women’s unique situation. Georgia is passionate about empowering women with the knowledge and resources they need to take control of their health, overcome their challenges and develop a positive relationship with food.
Georgia aims to ensure you have an individualised experience. She empowers you to take control of your health and nutrition in a way that is real and sustainable!
- PCOS and insulin resistance
- Weight management
- Fertility and pregnancy
- Gestational diabetes
- Chronic disease
Need more information?
Georgia Spry is part of the Eat Smart Nutrition team. For more information visit www.eatsmartnutrition.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.