Good health is your most priceless asset

Perfect Human Food  focusses on the upstream causes of chronic disease, rather than just addressing the symptoms. Not surprisingly, when the lifestyle is improved sufficiently, the body can heal and vibrant good health can be restored.



"Intensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. A twelve week evidence-based program to support you in recovering from heart disease through addressing diet, exercise, stress, sleep, purpose, social connections and addictive behaviours. The course will be limited to a small group and will include twice weekly catch ups, extensive resources, regular cooking classes, email and social media support and post-program catch ups."

Peer-reviewed research has shown since 1990 how to reverse our biggest killer - cardiovascular disease. Evidence has existed for reversing Type 2 diabetes since the 1940’s.

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need”
Ayurvedic Proverb.

Dr Peter Johnston
Accredited Practising Dietitian, BA, BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, FASLM.

Dr Peter Johnston is a Melbourne-based accredited practising dietitian and lifestyle medicine practitioner. My passion is to offer individuals and groups the opportunity to learn how to prevent, arrest and reverse chronic disease through evidence-based nutrition and other healthy lifestyle choices.
My analogy is: if you put the wrong fuel in your car it won’t end well! It is no different for us humans. My mission is to give you the knowledge and skills to heal yourself (or stay well) with perfect human food – a Whole Food Plant Based lifestyle. Or to help you improve your diet and lifestyle to whatever extent you are ready to embrace.

Our healthcare system

Our healthcare system is bursting at the seams with people burdened by chronic disease and obesity. Lifestyle medicine programs are highly cost effective. For example we can deliver a 12-week intensive program for under $4000/patient, successfully diverting most participants from expensive surgery and a lifetime of drugs. Compare that to up to $50,000 per bypass surgery.