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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.
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As an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, I offer leading evidence-based information and education in a range of specialist areas.

I am available to speak in a variety of scenarios including:
● Conferences
● Seminars
● Workshops
● Corporate training

As an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, I offer leading evidence-based information and education in a range of specialist areas.

I am available to speak in a variety of scenarios including:
● Conferences
● Seminars
● Workshops
● Corporate training

Keynote topics for group training or presentations include:

● The first 1000 days
● Breastfeeding issues
● Nutrition in pregnancy
● Preparation for labour
● Infant reflux & colic issues
● Postnatal Nutrition for Mothers
● First aid with children
● Introduction to Solids
● Allergies/Intolerances
● Problem Solving Breastmilk Supply
● Common Newborn Issues
● Weaning and going back to work
● Anaemia in women & children
● Postnatal Depletion

To talk about your event or training requirements, please complete the below form:

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