Dr Rebekah Alcock

APD, AdvSD, BPH, MNutrDiet, BNut (Hons), PhD, ANZAED Eating Disorder Credential

                                                          Rebekah believes nutrition can have such a powerful impact on a person’s health.  She became a dietitian as she loves being able to support individuals health and performance through good nutrition, with sustainable and lasting change, improving their relationship with food.  Eating the right things at the right time can really optimise the bodies functioning, both mentally and physically, without the negative effects of medication.  The improvements that Rebekah sees from her clients when working on their eating habits are nothing short of amazing and are a constant source of motivation for her.  Rebekah knows it is often the simple changes that can make the most considerable impact on health and wellbeing.  

As a sports dietitian, she loves the fact that she can help optimise the body’s physical functioning and hasten her clients return to training and competition, and recovery from injury.  Rebekah’s ability to make a difference in people’s lives for the better, and to help them achieve their goals means that she has achieved her goal as their Dietitian.  She works in sports nutrition with adolescents to Masters athletes, from the weekend warrior to elite athletes, and has worked for multiple elite teams including the ACT Brumbies, Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne football club (during their 2021 premiership year), Western United and Essendon football club.  Rebekah’s special interests include Sports/performance nutrition, including injury rehabilitation and prevention, body composition management (fat mass loss and muscle mass gain), and chronic health conditions.