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Hi there – My name is Nicole and I am a passionate sports nutritionist and Accredited Practising Dietitian recognised by the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA). I established my practice Eatsense in 2013 as I have a burning desire to help people, see them happy and watch them thrive. Simply put- my vision is to help as many people learn to prioritise themselves, feel their best, enjoy delicious and nourishing food and live a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

I am one of three girls and feel that i have witnessed rst hand the importance of having a healthy and balanced approach with our body’s, nutrition and eating.

My mother became a single parent when I was twelve years of age. I understand the pressures busy parents face and how easy it is to turn to convenient food that is usually high in calories and lacking in nutrition. I also understand how comforting food can be when we are struggling. Because of these two things I battled with my own weight issues during early adolescence and understand the pressures young women face today to look a certain way and how much value we derive from how we look. It was not long after this, as I became a young adult surrounded by women dieting and obsessing about their bodies, that I learned that my intake of certain foods could be manipulated to change the way I look and so the slippery slope of restricting, dieting and over-exercising began. My weight plummeted and an unhealthy relationship with my body and eating in general began. My studies in nutrition helped open up my eyes to what a truly amazing gift our bodies are, and the important role food and nutrients play in supporting and promoting our health and so I began to heal my relationship with food and my body. I have also learned that above all, having a healthy relationship with food, our eating, and our physical bodies is more important than any superfood, diet, or meal plan.

My main area of expertise is in medical nutrition therapy, or using food as medicine to help prevent, treat or manage a range of medical conditions. More and more research is showing us how powerful nutrients are in preventing many conditions today. I have a special interest in women’s health, insulin resistance, diabetes, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

I am a non-diet dietitian who has witnessed first hand the negative consequences diets have on our body, and the many struggles people face today with weight, body image and emotional eating. Diets encourage restrictiveness, often lack essential nutrients, take all the pleasure and enjoyment out of eating, don’t work long term, and are actually harmful to our health with research showing they increase the likelihood of weight-gain, binge-eating, and depression. I am passionate about helping my clients improve their relationship with food and their bodies. After all, health should be inclusive of everybody, in every type of body.

My nutrition philosophy and approach to health centres around the Health at Every Size HAES ® paradigm. This non-diet paradigm is about focusing on health instead of weight, eating in a flexible manner, moving your body in a way that is enjoyable and accepting that people come in a diverse range of shapes and sizes which do not dictate their health. I truthfully believe that if we focus on being happy and prioritise all aspects of our health, then our weight will take care of itself.

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My name is Lauren and I’m an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and member of the Dietitians Association of Australia.

It can be so challenging to navigate through the abundance of food and nutrition information available to us – from books and blogs to TV chefs and celeb diets. I am passionate about demystifying and un-complicating the simple art of eating well.

Food is such a fundamental part of life – I love seeing people use food to nourish their bodies, fuel their activities and above all, allow eating to be a true moment of enjoyment. Food brings people together, whether it’s just a couple of girlfriends meeting for coffee, or a full-blown family celebration! I love this role food plays in community life, and believe in helping people seek a healthy and wholesome balance on a daily basis.

I believe in treating my patients as a whole person – taking into account all facets of their lives and health to ensure that they are receiving the most appropriate and meaningful nutrition care. Over the years I have worked with many people with diabetes, heart disease, poor digestive health, allergies, and intolerances and also those simply wanting nutrition advice for different life stages or weight management. I love seeing the impact of even just small lifestyle and nutrition changes on not just their physical health, but their entire wellbeing and quality of life.”

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I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian devoted to helping individuals achieve healthier lifestyles through nutrition.

My dietetic practice involves a holistic patient-centred approach delivering tailored advice. I am also currently completing a PhD in plant-based diets.
I am committed to understanding client’s needs and developing individualised and sustainable nutrition care plans. I incorporate a Health At Every Size (HAES) physiology which focuses on healthy behaviours, rather than a focus simply on reducing body size. I believe in placing more emphasis on intuitive eating and mindfulness and removing the pressure of weight loss.

I have experience using medical nutrition therapy to manage client’s medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, food allergies and intolerances, gastrointestinal health, and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). She also has experience in weight management, healthy eating, and plant-based diets.

I believe understanding your body and building a nourishing lifestyle should not be hard or confusing. I strive to deliver optimal dietetic care for every client.

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I have a Masters degree in Nutrition and am an internationally recognised Lifestyle Medicine Professional (IBLM/ ASLM).

I am passionate about nutrition in women and children of various ages (from infancy through to adolescence) as well as dealing with food allergies.

Food and the relationship we have with food are essential to our overall well-being. As adults, our food choices have often been formed from an early age through various experiences, circumstances, and thoughts around different foods. As such, I believe that a healthy relationship with food from a young age, despite the health-related condition, is as important as the food itself in achieving long-term health and well-being.

Being a mum has given me an insight into the complexities of raising and feeding children of different ages. I believe this has helped me develop a simple, easy and practical approach to providing nutritious food for the whole family. It has also exposed me to the needs and vulnerability of mums in navigating providing optimal nutrition not only to their children but also for themselves.

Personally, I have suffered with allergies from a young age which has given me a level of insight into the difficulties children and families experience in dealing with food allergies and the negative impact incorrect advice can have on a child’s growth, development and long-term relationship with food.

In my work, I practice a non-diet approach to food and eating, encouraging variety and inclusion rather than restriction and exclusion of foods. I am passionate about demystifying the science and providing sound, evidence-based nutritional advice that’s easy to understand. I will always endeavour to equip the individual, or family unit, with practical and simple tools to implement nutritional balance in every aspect of their life, with consideration for cultural and personal preferences and ultimate enjoyment so that it can become a way of life.

Food is a powerful tool not just in how it nourishes our bodies, but how it connects us and brings people and families together. Eating varied, balanced meals that are both nutritious and delicious, should be a right for all to be enjoyed, appreciated and celebrated.