Dietitian Anna Lim

Lead Clinical Dietitian

Accredited Dietitian of Singapore Nutrition and Dietetics Association (SNDA)
Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) of Dietitians Australia
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (First Class Honours) from Queensland University of Technology

Anna is an Accredited Dietitian of both the Singaporean and Australian Dietetics Associations. She holds a First Class Honours in Nutrition and Dietetics from the Queensland University of Technology, and brings over 6 years' clinical experience in the Singapore General Hospital.

Anna believes in adjusting the scope of every consult and intervention to your individual barriers, motivations and circumstances. She is passionate about helping patients reach their goals and optimise all other health conditions while saving money, time and frustration on unnecessary hype. Basing her practice on a food-first approach, Anna cuts straight to the science and your unique physiology to determine if that diet, supplement or superfood is truly benefiting you.

Anna's professional training in Motivational Interviewing and personal interest in human psychology have honed her counselling skills and won her multiple service awards from patient feedback in her years at SGH.
She specialises in medical nutrition therapy for gastrointestinal disorders, eating disorders and oncology, and has extensive experience in chronic lifestyle diseases and antenatal nutrition.

Recent posts by Dietitian Anna Lim

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestinal disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. It is a chronic condition associated with symptoms such as abdominal cramping, bloating, constipation and/or diarrhoea, the severity and extent of which vary widely across individuals. Women are much more likely to suffer from IBS than men (2 in 3 …
Cancer is, no doubt, a frightening condition to think about; “anti-cancer” has become a byword in marketing, and cancer sufferers will often try anything in the hope of improving their chances at recovery. Unfortunately, all this has led to many false and exaggerated claims in the health industry, from companies trying to profit off people’s …
The mid-autumn festival, traditionally marking the end of the autumn harvest, falls on 10 September this year. To celebrate, Chinese around the world buy or make mooncakes to enjoy with family over tea. In Singapore, there are choices abound with restaurants, hotels and confectioners offering numerous textures, flavours, colours and their own variations of this traditional …
Scroll to Top