About us

As a team of vibrant and passionate dietitians, we can ensure that you not only get individual care and advice, but that your specific needs will also be addressed. Eat-well Dietitians see to the dietary needs of patients in Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital in Pretoria, where we provide dietary educations as well as nutritional support using supplementary nutrition, naso-gastric feeds and the use of TPN (total parenteral nutrition).

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Our Private Practice

Our private practice in Loftus specialises in Diabetes Mellitus, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, PCOS, Insulin Resistance, Hypertension, High Cholesterol, weight loss or weight gain, and Post Cardiovascular Surgery. We educate and inform patients in terms of their eating habits and on how to make informed decisions regarding nutrition.

The practice operates in close conjunction with the doctors, physicians, cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons and diabetic specialists from Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital and general practitioners from the Hatfield, Waverley, Pretoria East and surrounding areas. The practice also forms part of a medical practice, Loftus Medical, which offers the services of a general practitioner, physiotherapist, chiropractor, clinical psychologist, dentist, audiologist, orthotics and prosthetics.

Meet the team

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Lynette Erasmus

I am a registered dietitian with the HPCSA and ADSA and I am passionate about nutrition and healthy living.

I obtained my Bachelor’s Degree in Dietetics in 2013 from the University of Pretoria.

In 2014, I worked in clinical nutrition in a government setting at Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria while completing my community service year. My interests include lifestyle diseases (such as heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease), surgery, gastrointestinal disorders and critical care. Other interests include weight management (weight loss and weight gain) and sports nutrition.

I gained a great deal of valuable experience during my years of study, internship and Community Service year.

I stay up to date with the latest research by reading articles and attending workshops.

My hobbies include jogging, cycling and dancing.

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Nolandi Botha

I started my dietetics journey in 2003 after enrolling at the University of Pretoria for a B.Dietetics degree. I completed my degree in 2006, followed by a Community Service year at Mamelodi Hospital in 2007. After Community Service, I was offered the opportunity to take over an existing practice at the Medi-Clinic Heart Hospital in Sunnyside. My roots spread to Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital in Muckleneuk in 2008. The doors to the current eat-well dietitians practice were opened in 2010.

I believe in providing individual attention and assistance to address personal needs, rather than a generic solution.

I believe that knowledge to empower nutritional decisions has successful results and I am keen to share my scientific knowledge during consultations.

It is important for me to stay up to date with the newest research in the field of Dietetics and therefore I enjoy regularly attending short courses, workshops and seminars.

My main fields of interest and passion lie with clients with high cholesterol, heart disease, weight loss, insulin resistance, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, and assisting patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus in carb counting for multiple daily insulin injections or the use of insulin pumps.

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Liezl-Mari Lamprecht-Erasmus

I am a registered dietician with the HPCSA as well as a member of ADSA and since 2019 part of the ADSA Pretoria committee. I obtained my Bachelors Dietetics degree in 2016 from the University of Pretoria.

After my community service year in the Bela Bela district hospital in 2017 I started practicing in the clinical nutrition field. I gained experience in critical care, high care and medical nutrition from Netcare – Montana, Akasia, Bougainville and Life Groenkloof hospital since 2018. In addition to the clinical nutrition setting, I also practice within the private practice setting with special interest in healthy lifestyle, weight loss, management and treatment of lifestyle diseases, gastrointestinal disorders as well as critical care and trauma.

I like to present nutrition education sessions and to keep abreast of the latest trends and diets. I am passionate about healthcare and I see nutrition as a way of life. Taking care of one’s health by improving one’s lifestyle should be a continuous goal and not seen as a short term solution.

Through conscious control and guidance one can learn to enjoy food to be the medication and treatment for your body and soul. My motto is: health equals wealth.