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Andrew Ho-Peng

Andrew Ho-Peng

Andrew Ho-Peng

Hometown: Dandenong, VIC

Credentials / Qualifications:

  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian (DAA)
  • Accredited Sports Dietitian (SDA)

Sports: AFL, cycling, running, basketball, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, gym (resistance training)

Favourite PBCo. Product: Banana bread and muffins with blueberries and cacao nibs.

Where to find Andrew: Andrew works at Absolute Health & Performance in Melbourne, VIC.

Email Andrew Ho-Peng Call Andrew on (03) 8547 4830

Career Highlights

Working as Clinical Supervisor for Victoria Universities Student Teaching Clinic

Founding and Directing DEXA Melbourne

Becoming an Accredited Sports Dietitian and working with athletes of all levels in all sports

Bio

Andrew Ho-Peng is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with the Dietitians Association of Australian (DAA) and an Accredited Sports Dietitian with Sports Dietitians Australia (SDA).

He consults in private practice and has worked for the Sons of the West men’s health program, in academia, as a consultant Dietitian and across a number of sports clubs. He is passionate about being fit and active and working with clients to achieve their personal best.

You can expect from a Dietitian like Andrew, accurate diet and nutritional information and advice, based on scientific evidence and a highly practical learning experience that will help you eat healthily to enhance your health and performance. His approach is individual personalised nutrition and coaching that focuses on building lifelong knowledge and skills.

Beyond sports, Andrew mentors emerging Dietitians and nutrition students and helps them build professional and personal competence.

We recently caught up with Andrew to ask him a couple of questions…

Why (and for who) do you advocate a low carb approach?

In my practice, I often use the low carb approach for weight management, Diabetes, PCOS and healthy eating and sometimes in sports and body composition management.

Evidence has shown that it can assist people with improvements in their cardiometabolic health, weight, wellbeing and sports performance. It’s important to understand that each person has their own personal goals, health and nutrition status, access to healthy food and personal/cultural dietary preferences so working with a Dietitian will ensure they are supported by the best quality scientific evidence and a pragmatic and sustainable individualised approach.

What is one of your career highlights?

Founding and Directing DEXA Melbourne

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