Breaking Point Fitness operates out of North Lakes just
north of Brisbane, and is dedicated to helping you change your lifestyle
with regular exercise and a healthy, sustainable eating pattern.
To achieve your goals in the shortest possible time, and to
then maintain them, you need a diet that is not only easy to stick with,
but is also complimentary to your lifestyle.
Brooke, our dietitian, has been working with people from all
walks of life around the North Lakes and Redcliffe areas since 2001,
helping them to achieve weight loss, higher energy levels and a new zest
for life through healthier, smarter eating and regular exercise
By joining one of our fantastic fitness programs you have
made the first step to a happier, healthier you! Now make sure you fast
track and maintain your results with one of Brooke's tailor made diets
specifically for your body, your goals, and your lifestyle.
Who are Accredited Practising Dietitians?
Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) are recognised
professionals with the qualifications and skills to provide expert
nutrition and dietary advice.
APDs have sound university qualifications accredited by the
Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA), undertake ongoing
professional education and comply with the Association's guidelines for
best practice.They are committed to the Association's Code of
Professional Conduct, Statement of Ethical Practice and to providing
APDs are qualified to advise individuals, groups and industry on
nutrition-related matters. They also have the clinical training to
modify diets and to treat conditions such as obesity, diabetes, cancer,
gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies and intolerances.
How can you benefit from working with an APD?
APDs provide a range of nutrition and dietetic services to
assist health, food and education professionals in their work. These
Assessing people's nutritional needs
Developing personalised eating plans and nutrition guidelines
Providing nutrition counselling and support
Providing information on healthy eating, shopping for food, eating out and preparing food at home
Undertaking nutrition and food research
Training health care professionals
Developing nutrition communications, programs and policies
Providing consultancy services to corporate organisations, food manufacturers, schools and health care facilities.