Nutrition in Mind | 2019 | ABN 67 347 447 833

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Dietitian and Nutritionist

Your microbiome

Within our gut there are over 500 different species of microbes. For the most part, these microbes live symbiotically within us, some helping us to digest food and some providing us with amazing health benefits.

Rather than just hearing about gut health, why don't you find out what's happening in your own gut!

 

Nutrition In Mind's dietitian will help you interpret your microbiome results and guide you on how to eat to help your microbiome flourish.

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NUTRITION IN MIND

NUTRITION IN MIND seeks to empower individuals and groups to improve their health and nutrition knowledge, understanding that the gut, body, and mind are connected. As an accredited practising dietitian I work with clients to give them the tools to make positive behaviour changes, empowering people to make better food choices for lasting results. 

Find out more about our tailored dietetic consultations

Education is the key to making more informed choices, and being a good health role model can make a difference to those surrounding us. NUTRITION IN  MIND works with schools in the community to help create health role models for colleagues and students. This is achieved by up-skilling school staff in nutrition and health literacy to facilitate a healthier school community.

Find out more about our school programs

Katie is an accredited practising dietitian and nutritionist who is passionate about all things food.

She takes pride in her evidence-based and non-judgemental approach to health and seeks to help clients reach their best health by providing realistic advice.

 

Katie understands that we are only human and aims to help her clients conquer their stubborn habits and impulses.

 

She strives to educate her clients to become their own nutrition and health expert, that way they can maintain and manage long term changes themselves.

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