Robbie Clark (Accredited Practising Dietitian, Sports Nutritionist)
Bachelor Exercise Science & Nutrition, Masters Nutrition & Dietetics
Robbie is a Sydney based Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist who graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Nutrition from Southern Cross University and a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Canberra. He currently works as a practitioner in private practice at Absolute Health Solutions and other city based integrative health clinics. Robbie also works as a corporate health consultant, where he is responsible for assessing and reporting on the health of individuals within the workplace. With his energy and long-standing passion for food it has empowered Robbie to help people embrace the benefits of food through education as he strives to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals both in the workplace and the wider community.
Robbie has extensive experience across a variety of clinical, corporate health, community health and health promotion areas. He is highly personable and professional and enjoys all aspects of nutrition, and is particularly passionate about men’s health and sports nutrition, as well as having a keen interest in diabetes, weight management, cardiovascular disease and gastrointestinal disorders. He enjoys consulting individual clients, assisting them to reach and maintain their goals.
To further his interest in the effect of food on sports performance, Robbie completed a Sports Nutrition Course at the Australian Institute of Sport and he now provides strategic eating advice to both adult and junior athletes for training and competition at all levels.
Being a specialist in men’s health and seeing a need for greater awareness and attention in this area, it has motivated Robbie to team up with a diverse group of health and lifestyle professionals and start their own business to promote and improve the health and wellbeing of men of all ages, so they can live their lives to its full potential.
Robbie’s philosophy on health is simple…Balance. He feels that without balance in our life there is a lack of control and with lack of control, sometimes results in negative outcomes. This balance needs to be between work, family, friends, fun, sleep, health and exercise. He feels that being able to balance these factors is a major contributor to our level of happiness and contentedness. It is also important to note that one’s definition of balance may be completely different to another. Therefore, optimal health, to Robbie, is very much individualised and this reflects the way he interacts with and treats his clients – as unique individuals.