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I'm a passionate dietitian based in the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu

I completed a Master of Dietetics in 2016 and soon after started my first job at Lyell McEwin hospital. During my first couple of years as a dietitian I also serviced Modbury hospital and rehab, GP Plus at Elizabeth and Flinders Medical Centre. I saw inpatients on the wards and outpatients in the clinics.


For the past five years I have worked for Country Health Connect - covering the Barossa, Hills and Fleurieu region. 


I expanded into private work in 2019. I enjoy contributing to my community by providing the latest, evidence based advice and support to my clients.

I provide a safe, supportive environment, and I am passionate about advocating for my clients, you'll always have me in your corner!


I live in the Adelaide Hills with my husband who is also a dietitian, our toddler Luca, baby boy Ollie and two pugs Ruby and Eddie who keep us very busy!


Master of Dietetics - University of South Australia 

Bachelor of Science - Flinders University


I am a registered member of the Dietitians Association of Australia.

What is an Accredited Practising Dietitian?

Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) are university-qualified professionals that undertake ongoing training and education programs to ensure that they are your most up-to-date and credible source of nutrition information. They translate scientific health and nutrition information into practical advice, and practise in line with DAA Professional Standards, including the DAA Code of Professional Conduct and Statement of Ethical Practice.

The APD credential

The APD credential is a public guarantee of nutrition and dietetic expertise. It is the only credential recognised by the Australian Government, Medicare, the Department of Veterans Affairs and most private health funds as the quality standard for nutrition and dietetics services in Australia. It is a recognised trademark protected by law.

APDs offer solid and trustworthy advice

APDs are nutrition scientists with a minimum of four years’ university study behind them. They take very seriously their responsibility of providing evidence-based nutrition advice and support. This means Australians can be confident that advice from an APD is solid and trustworthy

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