Welcome to Real Food Dietitians

At Real Food Dietitians we believe in a whole-food, real food approach for everyone. In simple terms this means: no refined carbohydrates, no packaged foods and no added sugars. By eating this way, we will naturally be eating a lower carbohydrate and higher fat diet. We don’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach to nutrition. Some individuals’ medical history will dictate a very low carbohydrate approach to eating, whereas others may tolerate higher levels and the same goes for fats.

Our Services

Initial

Consultation

These are available face to face or remotely via Skype.

Second

Consultation

This is a 20 minute consultation and will be scheduled 2-3 days later.

Follow Up

Consultations

These sessions are encouraged to keep you motivated to achieve your goals.

Couple / Family

Consultations

Do you have a friend or family member who wants to join you?

Our Team

Bridget Surtees

Bridget has 18 years’ experience as a clinical dietitian and has worked with people of all ages from neonates to the elderly. Her areas of expertise include paediatric nutrition, eating disorders and nutritional therapy for people with features of the metabolic syndrome…

Tamzyn Murphy

Tamzyn is a registered dietitian. Tamzyn graduated with BSc Medical Honours degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Cape Town in 2009 after obtaining her BSc in Biochemistry, Physiology, Nutrition and Psychology from Stellenbosch University…

Michelle Rousseau

Michelle is a registered dietitian who obtained her BSc degree in Dietetics in 2015 at the North West University.  She completed her community service year in Vereeniging, Gauteng.  There she was responsible for the nutritional intervention and care of patients in the medical, paediatric, surgical and tuberculosis wards…

Latest Recipes/Blog Posts

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Bone Broth Recipe

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Red meat and cancer

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