Every day we make choices about how we want to care for our bodies, through food, movement and general lifestyle choices. These choices have a direct impact on our health – contributing to the prevention, management, or onset of many chronic diseases.
Changes in farming (pesticides and herbicides, depleted soils) along with food processing and storage can all have a negative impact on our access to nutrients within food. Throw in excess caffeine, alcohol, consistent stress, inadequate sleep and poor digestion and nutrient assimilation is often an big issue.
My goal is to help you identify the root cause of your health concerns and address these through natural therapies, on an individual level.
The use of diet serves as the foundation of nutritional medicine and a thorough dietary assessment is fundamental to all consultations.In addition, you will receive all the support and tools you need, following the latest evidence-based information, for you to go on and lead a productive, healthy life.
“I constantly observe the benefits of positive eating habits on an individual’s health”
Initial Health Assessment and Wellness Program
Your health journey starts here – with two 1-on-1 consultations; initial health assessment (75mins) and follow-up consultation (60mins) including a comprehensive wellness plan
Food Intolerance Testing
Food intolerance testing includes a painless and simple test (during a short consultation) and follow-up consultation (45mins) with a full report of findings and dietary advice.
I see lots of women in clinic, suffering with a myriad of symptoms relating to menopause, so I’ve put together Your Menopause Survival Guide to help ease menopause symptoms – download your copy today.
SBS ‘Sugar-Shock Talk’
Ernst & Young ‘lunch n learn talk’.
In 2016, I was selected to be the nutritionist for Todd Sampson, in the lead up to his TV series BodyHack.
Proud Ambassador of That Sugar Film
In addition to being an Ambassador for That Sugar Film I’m a team member for SugarByHalf, promoting action to protect current and future generations from the health dangers of added sugar.