“Becoming a registered Dietitian has helped me fulfil my dream. I aspire to empower and educate people about nutrition, and to help them heal their relationship with food.”
ABOUT Dietitian Kim
My mom raised me and my siblings on weird and wonderful foods. These included cod liver oil, green powders, and homemade easter eggs (that were stuffed with nuts and seeds in place of sweets).
Thanks to this strong influence from my mom, I grew up with a love for nutrition and a desire to learn more.
I qualified as a Dietitian in 2013, then completed a 2 year Diploma in Sports Nutrition with the International Olympic Committee of Australia.
A healthy eating pattern can be different for each and every one of us. There really is no “one size fits all” approach to take.
We are all wonderfully unique, and as a result, our eating and exercise patterns should reflect this.
Health is not something you arrive at overnight by taking one giant leap (into a bowl of green juice perhaps). Instead, health is achieved by consistently taking small positive steps over time.
WE WERE MADE TO MOVE
My belief is that you should never ever exercise because of feelings of guilt or fear, or as a punishment. Our bodies are made to move, and that movement should be enjoyable even when challenging.
My favourite ways to work out include interval training, yoga, and most especially walking/running with my Labradoodle.
Book your consultation with Registered Dietitian Kim today using the button below, or by visiting our Contact page.
HEALTHY MIND, HEALTHY BODY
Half the battle is won when we address how we think and feel about our bodies and our health.
My favourite ways to destress include:
– enjoying a good cup of tea and a book
– phone calls or coffee dates with my friends
– walks outside with my husband and puppy.
When we let go of fear and guilt surrounding our health, we can much more easily embrace the freedom from restriction that comes with a healthy diet and lifestyle program.
Seeing a registered Dietitian can help you take your health to the next level. More importantly you can do this whilst still enjoying the best that life has to offer us.
Book your consultation with Registered Dietitian Kim using the button below, or by visiting our Contact page.
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