About

Ideal Nutrition is an in-person and online dietitian service based in Brisbane. Their biggest specialty is body composition improvement, with a focus on helping people gain muscle or lose fat.

This has developed through their own interest in sports and strength training, with a particular focus on powerlifting, in combination with the experience gained working with clients. 

Aidan and Tyler perform consults either online via Zoom or face-to-face at Valhalla Strength in Brisbane (4/90 Northlink Place, Virginia).

There are two main goals of Ideal Nutrition:

  1. Help one on one clients achieve their goals by working with them to strategically plan their nutrition in a way that is individualised to their needs and preferences.
  2. Create evidence-based nutrition content that is beneficial on a wider scale, distributed through Instagram and the Ideal Nutrition Blog
Brisbane Dietitian
Tyler Brooks Dietitian

Aidan Muir

Aidan is a dietitian who prides himself on staying up-to-date with evidence-based approaches to dietetic intervention.

Dating back to well before starting uni he has been fascinated by all things nutrition, particularly the effects of different dietary approaches on body composition and sports performance.

Due to this passion, he has built up an extensive knowledge base and experience in multiple areas of nutrition and is able to help clients with a variety of conditions.

Tyler Brooks

Tyler completed a Bachelor of Nutrition and Exercise Sciences and a Masters of Dietetics after moving away from a long career in the fitness industry.

As part of his education, he worked with dietitians at the Brisbane Broncos rugby league club, is currently working with the Qld Women’s Rugby 7’s team, and has continued to follow his passion for performance nutrition.

Tyler also competes in powerlifting and experiments with his own diet to find the best ways to support training and body composition goals.

Leah Higl

Leah is a passionate sports dietitian & powerlifter, who has experience working with a range of athletes from strength sports to endurance & combat sports.

Her main area of interest is developing nutrition strategies for plant-based athletes, whether that means vegan or someone who is dabbling in some meat-free meals.

Leah’s nutrition philosophy is to combine the enjoyment of food with strategies to enhance athletic performance & body composition.