Meet the Team
As Accredited Practising Dietitians, our team are university qualified and clinically trained to treat you for a range of health conditions. They've spent years advising clients in a safe and supportive environment and can help you make lasting changes.
Lotta has a well-rounded knowledge in most areas of nutrition and dietetics (please see our services list), with a particular expertise in the areas of weight management, diabetes, heart disease and gastrointestinal issues.
She’s extremely committed to the care of her patients and is very passionate about helping them achieve their diet and lifestyle goals - and knows how to motivate her patients to get there.
Lotta has worked in various settings throughout her career, such as rehabilitation hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, gastroenterology clinics, bariatric surgery clinics and in aged care.
Her passion lies in one-on-one private consulting and providing tailored and realistic advice for each individual, couple or family she works with that is suitable to their lifestyle/situation.
Lotta enjoys helping people sort the facts from fiction with the myriad of conflicting messages and food myths that we are bombarded with daily.
She’s also committed to assisting in the management and/or prevention of disease and the promotion of good health.
Margaret is a passionate Dietitian, experienced in various clinical settings including acute hospitals, aged care, psychiatric hospitals, and private consulting clinics.
She has a broad nutrition knowledge base and a special interest in the interaction of weight and mental health. From her experience working with bariatric surgeons as well as in psychiatric hospitals, she understands the suffering of eating disorder patients, and how extremes of weight can rob an individual’s zest for life. She vowed to make it her goal to coach patients back to health and enable them to truly enjoy life without restriction, dieting, overeating, guilt, or shame.
Margaret provides dietary education, nutrition counselling and tools to support recovery. She adapts her approach to an individual’s needs, as she understands some individuals with an eating disorder might need a structured meal plan whereas others want a more intuitive eating approach. She believes that recovery is possible for everybody, and that weight does not define one’s worth.
Margaret has a special interest in the complex relationship between food, mind, and the gut, and is passionate about promoting the benefits of optimal gut health.
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