Are you struggling with symptoms such as; weight gain, fatigue, poor digestion or chronic stress? Do you feel like you’ve tried everything, but nothing seems to fit what your body needs?
We all arrive in this world with our own unique DNA. So it makes sense that when it comes to your health, it’s not a case of ‘one size fits all’.
As a qualified nutritionist with a Bachelor in Nutritional Medicine, my training allows me to understand that everyone’s body is different. Your unique genetics, metabolism, dietary and lifestyle preferences will impact what is best for you.
At Nutritional Matters, you’ll receive diet advice and nutritional recommendations that are tailored to your needs and goals.
By keeping it simple, we can keep you motivated to reach your health goals. Even small tweaks to your diet and lifestyle can manage and even prevent chronic disease long-term.
I’m on a mission to challenge the myth that it’s normal for women in mid-life to deal with problems like digestive issues, insomnia, exhaustion and weight gain. By making small changes, you can experience more energy, sleep soundly, maintain a healthy weight and have a greater sense of wellbeing.
Good nutrition and a balanced approach to food is fundamental to good health. If you’re ready to live your best life, I’m here to help.
If you’re seeking to be your healthiest and most vibrant self, it’s for you!
Some of the health issues my clients seek advice for, include:
When you come for an appointment here, you can feel sure that you’ll work with a qualified nutritionist who will:
Nutritionists and dieticians both practice evidence-based medicine and hold the same overarching vision – better health and wellbeing for all.
Dieticians treat a range of medical conditions, through nutritional therapy, translating dietary information into calorie-controlled diet plans for clients, to address his or her health goals. Dieticians will often treat fussy eaters or eating disorders.
Nutritionists draw on a holistic approach to healing which takes into account the whole person – mind, body and spirit. Nutritionists primarily manage the incidence of preventable lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, with diet and lifestyle modifications. Nutritionists will tailor nutrient-dense dietary plans, focusing on macro’s (protein, carbohydrates, and fat) for each individual. Nutritionists can also prescribe nutrients, minerals and vitamins and refer clients for pathology testing and / or functional lab testing, such as; hormone testing (thyroid, cortisol, etc.), neurotransmitters, GUT micro biome, DNA, Omega3, etc.
As a Nutritionist with a special interest in women’s health, I work with many women experiencing a number of health issues at the time of menopause. Symptoms include; hot flushes, insomnia, fatigue, weight gain, low libido, brain fog – and the list goes on.
Health and the readiness for change, are what needs to be a priority, at this time in a woman’s life – and it all starts with ‘diet’!
I will teach you what changes need to be made to help minimise and eliminate your symptoms.
WELL BALANCED WOMEN 40 and beyond, is designed for women transitioning through peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause.
Learn more about the program HERE
Or book in for a 1-on-1 consultation and we can have a chat (and a cup of tea) about your symptoms, and work out the best plan to suit you and your lifestyle.
Download your FREE Menopause Survival Guide. This guide has proven and practical tips to help you, Cool down, Calm down and Survive Menopause
I currently see clients at McMahon’s Point Health on the Lower North Shore or via Skype.
‘the key 4U’ – diet science that works!
‘The key 4U’is a five-week weight loss program tailored to suit your individual needs. This diet is grounded in science and can completely change your body’s physique and help you burn fat.
T4U – Organic herbal teas
T4U is certified organic hand-blended teas. They contain naturally occurring therapeutic properties, to aid with the treatment of specific symptoms. And they taste good too!
McMahons Point Health 1st Floor,
142 Blues Point Road,
McMahons Point NSW 2060
(5 mins from North Sydney Station, enter from Princes Place at rear)
(02) 9460 1661
Tuesday – Friday 9am – 4pm
Thursday (until 7pm)
Saturday 10am – 4pm