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The first 1,000 days of life are a critical window of opportunity

From pre-conception to 2 years of age, you are responsible for your child’s future long-term health, including their brain development & physical growth through the nutrition you provide.
Are you giving your child the best start to life?
I can help you on your journey.
Women’s Health

Fertility, PCOS, Endometriosis, Gestational Diabetes, Pregnancy & Post-Partum Nutrition, & More.


Breastmilk supply issues, Engorgement, Mastitis, Latching, Positioning & more.

Baby & Toddler Nutrition

Colic, Reflux, Growth failure, Allergies, Intolerances, Weaning, Introducing Solids, Fussy eating, Sensory issues & More.

Did you know that the first 1000 days of life can shape your child’s ENTIRE future?

So how do we get it right?


I’m Kristy Manners, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, breastfeeding counsellor AND mother. 


I’m passionate about helping women support their body, and their baby, at every stage of the parenting journey.


Are you ready to give your child the best start to life? 

What Parents Say

Meet Kristy

Hi, I’m Kristy Manners, a passionate Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Breastfeeding Counsellor who loves to help mothers and their children through my business Growth Spectrum.


Why choose me to be your dedicated health care provider?


Because I know wholeheartedly that I will be able to make a difference through the power of nutrition and breastfeeding support. The international journal, The Lancet, highlights how important maternal and child nutrition and breastfeeding are from pre-conception through the first 1000 days of life to a child’s 2nd birthday – it is a critical window of opportunity that forms the building blocks that affect a baby’s long-term health, brain development and ability to grow.


And to do that, we as health professionals and a society need to support and empower women and mothers during this journey! Will you join me?