Nutritionist

A nutritionist serves to advise their patients on healthy food consumption and how diet can affect health. They understand and consult a wide range of people looking to better understand and tend to their nutritional needs and provide advice and guidance on healthy nutrition and dietary choices. With the help of a qualified nutritionist, you can implement health plans through your eating choices and dietary needs.

"The First Wealth is Health.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Nutritionists are health professionals with expertise in health and diet advice. The goal of a nutritionist is to support you in your health and wellbeing goals with a food and diet-based approach that can complement other treatments you may be undergoing.

Why Should I See a Nutritionist?

You may have issues with:

  • Fatigue
  • Food Sensitivities
  • Hormone Imbalances
  • Struggles with Losing Weight
  • Skin-Related Issues
  • Allergic Reactions
  • Cholesterol Problems
  • Mood/Emotional Struggles
  • Gut Dysfunction

These may be related to:

  • Genetic Makeup
  • Environmental Issues
  • Lifestyle
  • Dietary Habits
  • Gut Function
  • Hormones
  • Inflammations
  • Other Health Issue

You may have issues with:

  • Fatigue
  • Food Sensitivities
  • Hormone Imbalances
  • Struggles with Losing Weight
  • Skin-Related Issues
  • Allergic Reactions
  • Cholesterol Problems
  • Mood/Emotional Struggles
  • Gut Dysfunction

These may be related to:

  • Genetic Makeup
  • Environmental Issues
  • Lifestyle
  • Dietary Habits
  • Gut Function
  • Hormones
  • Inflammations
  • Other Health Issue
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Tailored Nutritionist - Approved Eating Plans

A qualified nutritionist can devise a balanced eating plan specifically for your body, tailored to help you achieve your ideal wellness goals. These eating plans will be sustainable, reasonable and healthy. They can also be made to suit your personal preferences (within reason) so that you will be able to enjoy your wellness journey.

These eating plans can help patients in many different ways depending on what your end goals for health and wellbeing are. Some common reasons for having a nutritionist-designed eating plan are:

  • Weight Management / Weight Loss
  • Blood Pressure
  • Digestive Issues
  • Mood Disorders
  • Healthy Ageing
  • Cholesterol Management
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Our Qualified Practitioner

Cellf Wellness and GP Clinic’s resident nutritionist is Dr Rhona Creegan, PhD. She is a qualified integrative health specialist who understands the difficulties that can arise when health is involved.

Dr Creegan is a Nutritional Biochemist/Consultant and Registered Nutritionist with extensive experience in clinical biochemistry, molecular genetics and nutrition. She has worked as a Senior Laboratory Scientist in major teaching hospitals in the United Kingdom and Australia in both clinical biochemistry and diagnostic molecular genetics laboratories. She has completed formal studies in Nutrition Medicine (Masters) and as a PhD researcher investigated abnormal lipid metabolism in Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr Creegan is an educator, researcher and consultant to industry and a published author in the areas of nutritional biochemistry, genetics and nutrition.

What Can Seeing a Nutritionist Achieve?

Dr Creegan works adjunct to conventional medicine to optimise health with targeted functional testing, nutrition and lifestyle plans. This integrated approach aims to determine the root cause of common, chronic health issues affecting digestion, mood disorders, hormone balance, fatigue, weight management and metabolic disease. Overcoming these struggles with the help of nutrition medicine can leave you healthier, lighter, and more knowledgeable about the way your body works and how you can achieve optimal performance.

Dr Rhona Creegan

Cellf Wellness and GP Clinic Support Nutrition-Based Health Support for You.

Book an appointment with Dr Rhona Creegan today.