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Herbs, flavour, health

Regain your health eating real food

Oily fresh fish

Higher fats, moderate protein and low carbohydrates

Fresh organic lamb, olive oil, garlic, rosemary

Don’t fear fat in your diet

In your 40s or 50s? It's time to turn things around.

Enter the second half of your life strong, healthy and full of energy.

I'm a Brisbane-based Registered Nutritionist, and will guide and empower you to full health. Why? Because I know what it’s like to feel unwell.

I’ve spent over 10 years looking after patient's nutrition, health and wellness. Now I want to help you.

My approach works

Case study 1

Peter, 55


Weight gain, fatigue, poor blood sugar control despite taking insulin

Diagnosis: Type 1 diabetes

Results: 12 kg weight loss, insulin requirements reduced, improved cholesterol, fatigue resolved.

Case study 2

Irene, 62

Home duties

Can’t lose weight, elevated blood sugars and cholesterol, fatigue

Diagnosis: Type 2 diabetes

Results: Lost 20kg after individual dietary counselling

Case study 3

Kevin, 45

IT worker

Reflux, IBS, food intolerances, fatigue, weight gain

Diagnosis: High carb/low fat diet, B12 deficiency, gut bug

Results: Stools normalized, reflux medication no longer required, 5kg weight loss, improved cholesterol and energy levels.

LCHF practitioner

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I evaluate where you’re at in terms of your overall health and support you to reduce bad habits. I’ll give you a clear, realistic, tailored plan for you to follow. You'll have my support each step of the way. No mung beans or activated almonds, I promise. Read some of my many success stories. 

The hardest part is starting. Call me now on 07 3399 9047.



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