All LOW CARB LISTINGS in Tasmania

  • GOOD TO EAT

    Category: COACH/ACTIVISTS
    Address: Tasmania
    N/A
    Tasmania
    Australia

    Good to Eat is a website run by Beth Woolrich and Fran Bruce to help inspire families and individuals to live the low-carb lifestyle.  It is a comprehensive resource hub where you can find recipes, tips, clips, scientific information and links.  They explain why it is important to reduce sugar and processed carbohydrates and show you how easy it can be to make some small changes that will make a big difference to your health.    

  • NUTRITION FOR LIFE

    Address: 40 Ann St
    East Launceston
    Tasmania
    7250
    Australia

    Nutritiion For Life comprises a qualified team of health professionals in two clinics in Tasmania that include Accredited Practising Dietitians, Nutrition Consultants and a Credentialled Diabetes Educator. Its mentor and founder is Dr Gary Fettke. Its approach is based on lower-carbohydrate, healthy natural fat (LCHF) principles, which encourage  wide variety of fresh, seasonal, local food, lots of vegetables, moderate  protein and healthy fats. The team supports people with a range of health issues including healthy eating and meal planning, weight management, diabetes, hypertension, food intolerences,allergies, gastrointestinal disorders and symptoms, cancer management, CVD, nutritional deficiencies and sports nutrition.

  • DR GARY FETTKE

    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: 19 Lyttleton St
    East Launceston
    Tasmania
    7250
    Australia

    Australian Dr Gary Fettke is an orthopaedic surgeon and senior lecturer at the University of Tasmania actively practising in Launceston, Tasmania. He has a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcomes, particularly before operating on patients. Dr Fettke is confronted daily by patients with weight-related issues with  joint pathology and arthritis. He has founded and  mentors the team at Nutrition for Life located in Launceston and Hobart providing nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. He has launched a social media, grassroots campaign against excessive sugar and processed food consumption in the Australian diet.