AIA Vitality Nutrition Consultation
Get nutrition advice from a team of experienced Dietitians and Nutritionists at Mission Nutrition. They offer personalised nutrition advice which is practical and realistic, and can help you improve your health and wellbeing, whatever your challenges.
Complete Nutrition Consultations to earn up to 2,000 points per membership year.
Mission Nutrition offers virtual consultations via video call (or phone), so no matter where you live in New Zealand, you'll be able to receive expert, individually-tailored advice from a qualified dietitian or nutritionist.
AIA Vitality members enjoy 75% off an initial consultation with a dietitian/nutritionist from Mission Nutrition, and two free follow-up consultations each membership year. Initial consultations are 45 minutes. Members can earn up to 2,000 AIA Vitality points for completing the initial AIA Vitality Nutrition Consultation (1,000 points), and up to two subsequent consultations (500 points each).
The total cost is $45 for your initial consultation, with two free follow-up consultations (if applicable).
For more information about Mission Nutrition, please visit www.missionnutrition.co.nz.
Please note: To be eligible to receive the AIA Vitality discount (75% off the cost of an initial consultation) and earn AIA Vitality points, your consultation must be booked via the Book now button.
Make a video call or telephone-based appointment with Mission Nutrition via the 'Book now' button below:
- Complete the Consultation Enquiry form and accompanying questions, which Mission Nutrition will use to match the most appropriate dietitian to your needs. You will need to select Vitality AIA: Initial Consultation (45mins) when you book your first appointment and Vitality AIA: Follow-up (15mins) for your review sessions.
- You'll receive confirmation from your Mission Nutrition dietitian along with any further instructions (if applicable).
Attend your appointment:
- Please note: the $45 payment (for one initial consultation) must be made at the time of booking.
- Discuss follow-up appointments and book in (if applicable).
Once you've booked your appointment, you'll be emailed a link to a new client form. This form needs to be completed prior to your initial appointment to ensure your dietitian has time to review before the consultation begins. The form will also include payment details - you'll need to pay the dietitian prior to your appointment. In your appointment, you will discuss your nutrition goals, diet and eating habits to formulate a personalised plan to help you achieve them.
Initial consultations take approximately 45 minutes. Follow-up appointments are approximately 15 minutes.
No. AIA Vitality has a partnership agreement with Mission Nutrition that gives AIA Vitality members access to discounted consultations to earn AIA Vitality points.
The total cost is $45 for your initial consultation, with two free follow-up consultations (if applicable). This is a special discounted rate for AIA Vitality members. Any additional appointments (in the same membership year), following your initial consultation and two free follow-up consultations will be charged at Mission Nutrition's standard rate.
These consultations are performed over the phone or video call so you'll have access to a highly experienced dietitian no matter where you live in New Zealand.
You are able to earn up to 2,000 points per membership year for completing all three consultations (the initial consultation (1,000 points), and the two follow-up consultations (500 points each).
As a foundation AIA Vitality member, you will also earn an additional 1,200 AIA Vitality points upon completion of your initial consultation. This means you are able to earn up to 3,200 AIA Vitality points per membership year.
If you have health insurance already, you'll need to check directly with your insurer to see if you are able to claim back part of the cost of an initial consultation with a NZ Registered Nutritionist or Registered Dietitian.
This is general information only. The results of each of these assessments or tools cannot replace any advice from a doctor or other health professional. You should obtain professional advice from a medical practitioner, pharmacist, dentist, nutritionist or other appropriate health professional in relation to your own personal circumstances or in relation to the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. You should not discontinue any treatment you may be receiving on the basis of information reflected on this site without first consulting your healthcare provider. Medicines you use for your physical or mental health may also affect the results of your assessments or tools. You should also seek professional advice immediately should any symptoms you may be experiencing persist. If necessary, you should regularly consult with such a professional. For further information, please see our Terms and Conditions.