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A women's health specialist dietitian

fertility | pre-conception | pregnancy |  

new mums | women's health

A women's health

specialist dietitian

fertility | pre-conception 

| pregnancy |

new mums | women's health

Meet Jodie


Jodie is an accredited practising dietitian and nutritionist delivering individualised nutrition advice in a comfortable, non-threatening environment. Jodie navigates her patients through the diet and lifestyle challenges associated with their personal situation, providing advice, guidance and understanding based on the most current and up-to-date evidence.

Jodie specialises in women’s health, fertility, pre-conception nutrition, pregnancy and new mums. She also has a special interest in Gestational Diabetes, PCOS and other hormone related issues that women face.

Jodie also studied exercise science and was a teacher for 12 years before retraining as a dietitian. This experience, together with raising two little girls, allows for a compassionate approach in helping women meet their nutrition needs at every stage.

The Studio

Located in leafy Buderim on the Sunshine Coast, the Dietitian Studio is a warm and inviting space for women to meet with Jodie.

Telehealth Studio

Choice of online, phone, zoom or skype.

Fertility and Pre-conception

Diet and lifestyle can influence your body’s readiness for pregnancy and the ability to conceive. 

  • Nutritional adequacy for fertility and conception

  • Accommodating special dietary restrictions (coeliac disease, lactose intolerance, vegetarian)

  • Weight loss/weight gain

  • PCOS


Good nutrition is crucial in growing a healthy baby. There are also many foods to consider to keep you and your baby safe during pregnancy. 

  • Food safety during pregnancy

  • Important nutrients to grow a healthy baby

  • Managing symptoms of pregnancy (nausea, vomiting, constipation, appetite)

  • Gestational Diabetes

  • Hypertension/ Pre-eclampsia

  • Weight loss/weight gain

New Mums

Becoming a new mum is a busy and demanding experience on your body. Whether you are breast feeding or not, achieving an adequate diet can affect your ability to recover and your energy levels.

  • Nutritional adequacy for recovery and breast feeding

  • Accommodating special dietary restrictions (coeliac disease, lactose intolerance, vegetarian)

  • Weight loss/weight gain

  • Paediatrics (growth tracking, failure to thrive, introduction to solids/fussy eating)

Women’s health

Nutrition plays an integral role in all life stages. As we get older, it is important to consider diet and its role in making smooth transitions between each stage.

  • Nutritional adequacy pre and post menopause

  • PCOS

  • Type 2 Diabetes

  • Other hormonal issues/ metabolic syndrome

  • Weight loss/weight gain

Click on the book now button to schedule an appointment with Jodie.

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