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Is your child getting enough protein?

OR do you know if your teen is getting enough calcium?

Is stress and a lack of sleep contributing to your weight gain?

If you have questions like these and are looking for a family nutritionist who genuinely cares about your families well-being, then keep reading!


Good nutrition means getting the right amount of nutrients from foods in the right portions and combinations. Knowing how to make smart nutrition choices can help your family achieve optimum health, reducing our risks for lifestyle-related chronic disease. 

Many families we meet have tried the generic tips & tricks they’ve read online or been told by a friend to try, like:

  • Cutting out gluten

  • Getting rid of dairy

  • Taking probiotics

  • Eating salads for lunch


However while these actions make us feel like we’re being proactive, the truth is if they are not tailored to support your specific families needs, they may be doing nothing to benefit their overall health!

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  • Children’s health, behaviour and wellbeing

  • Digestive disorders

  • Fatigue and low energy

  • Weight loss challenges

  • Diabetes and blood sugar imbalances

  • Mental health & mood

  • High blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease

  • Allergies, intolerances and food sensitivities


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Child & Adolescent Nutrition

Growing bodies & developing brains need the right balance of nutrition to thrive. Fussy & selective eating, behavioural challenges, and digestive complaints can all be signs that your child's diet needs support. Getting the right balance of nutrients can help to support nutrient deficiencies, constipation, weight gain or loss, poor sleep & low energy, mood issues, and poor growth & development. 

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Weight Loss Management

Achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight is crucial to good health. Rather than going on yet another weight loss journey, why not learn effective strategies that promote weight loss and maintenance for a healthy body weight and body composition. Including healthy eating strategies, healthy snack alternatives, portion sizing, behaviour and lifestyle modifications, mindful eating techniques, nutritional education and nutritionally balanced meal support, tailored to your individual needs.

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Mental Health & Mood

Better quality diets are consistently associated with better mental health. Personalised strategies can help to improve low energy, depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, stress, and exhaustion, improving mental health through diet & nutrition.

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Digestive Disorders

Digestive disorders including bloating, constipation, IBS, flatulence, diarrhoea can all cause discomfort & impact daily life. We are here to help explore what foods are best for you to relieve embarrassing and painful symptoms, so that you can get on with life.

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Intuitive Eating & Food Relationships

Non-dietary approaches to nutrition can help support weight-related disorders and poor relationships with food. Using mindful eating practices, behavioural and emotional change strategies to help heal your relationship with food and address any nutritional deficiencies.

Women's Health

Almonst all women are affected by mood, energy, sleep, stress, weight loss, and hormonal issues at various points in their life. When supported with the right nutrients, you can alleviate some symptoms to help keep you on top of your health and give you the energy needed to get through your busy day.

Sports Nutrition

Whether you or your kids are weekend warrior's or team players,  ensuring you are getting the right balance and timing of nutrients is critical for fueling your body for peak performance and faster recovery.


We provide at-home, in-clinic, or online services, including:

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