Dietitian reveals exactly what she really eats in a day

How to eat like a dietitian: Health expert reveals what she REALLY consumes in a day – and she doesn’t count calories or macros

  • Sydney dietitian Rebecca Gawthorne has shared what she eats in a day
  • In an Instagram video she listed the meals, drinks and snacks she enjoys 
  • On this occasion she ate two salads, nuts, fruit, vegetables and a smoothie
  • Rebecca said she doesn’t count calories and eats gluten-free lollies  

A dietitian who regularly shares healthy recipes on social media has revealed what she eats in a day.

Rebecca Gawthorne, from Sydney, shared a video with her 146,000 Instagram followers and listed the meals, drinks and snacks she enjoys – and doesn’t shy away from eating sweets.

Rebecca’s ‘day on a plate’ included a pre-workout coffee, breakfast smoothie, pistachios, a grain and lentil salad for lunch, Fruit-tella fruit flavoured jellies, a nourishing salmon bowl and berries.

In the caption Rebecca said she doesn’t restrict herself by counting calories or macros.

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Rebecca Gawthorne, from Sydney, shared a video with her 146,000 Instagram followers and listed the meals, drinks and snacks she enjoys – and doesn’t shy away from eating sweets

Rebecca said she doesn’t restrict herself by counting calories or macros and encourages others to know what’s best for their body


Rebecca’s ‘day on a plate’ included a pre-workout coffee, breakfast smoothie, pistachios, a grain and lentil salad for lunch, Fruit-tella fruit flavoured jellies, a nourishing salmon bowl and berries

The delicious breakfast smoothie was made using one frozen banana, plant-based milk, broccoli, cauliflower and hemp seeds all blitzed in a blender 

While out she enjoyed a handful of pistachio nuts and for lunch she ate a grain and lentil roast salad with pomegranate and yoghurt. 

It may shock some online that she also included gummy lollies in her diet on this occasion. 

‘I don’t restrict so I can eat foods like Fruit-tella fruit flavoured jellies. I choose these ones because they are made with natural colourings & flavours, but with an unmistakably fruity flavour,’ she said. 

The lollies are gluten-free, gelatine-free and only available at Woolworths for those who want to try them.


Rebecca’s ‘day on a plate’ included a pre-workout coffee, breakfast smoothie, pistachios, a grain and lentil salad for lunch, Fruit-tella fruit flavoured jellies, a nourishing salon bowl and berries

In the afternoon she drank a soy mocha with one serving of persimmon fruit and some more lollies.

Rebecca also made a salmon nourish bowl with a ‘rainbow of vegetables’, salmon, rice, mayonnaise, sesame seeds and chilli sauce.

She finished the day with a small bowl of berries with muesli and also ensured she drank plenty of water.    


In the afternoon she drank a soy mocha with one serving of persimmon fruit and some more lollies. She finished the day with a small bowl of berries with muesli and also ensured she drank plenty of water

REBECCA’S ‘DAY ON A PLATE’ 

Pre-workout coffee

Breakfast Smoothie – frozen banana, plant milk, broccoli, cauliflower, hemp seeds 

Handful of pistachios

Grain & Lentil Roast Salad with Pomegranate & Yoghurt 

Soy mocha, persimmon and some Fruit-tella fruit flavoured jellies

Salmon Nourish Bowl – rainbow of veggies, salmon, rice, mayo, sesame seeds and chili sauce

Small bowl of berries with muesli

Plus water throughout the day

Source: Rebecca Gawthorne

‘This way of eating suits me, my health and nutrition needs and my lifestyle,’ she said. 

‘I eat intuitively, which means what I eat day to day differs. If I’m hungrier one day, I will eat more, and if I’m not as hungry on other days, I’ll eat less.’

The video has since been view more than 5,000 times and many said the salads looked ‘delicious’.

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