I am a specialist gastrointestinal dietitian who has over ten years of experience working with adults and children.
I value working in partnership with a number of gastroenterologists around Melbourne. My particular interest centers on the role of diet in the management of inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome. I am currently utilising the latest research to guide the treatment and management of Crohn’s disease. In addition, I have experience supporting patients undergoing faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) for IBS and ulcerative colitis.
When I'm not working, I enjoy spending time with my fiancé Sara and sons Archer and Jensen. I am an avid traveler, a keen cyclist and a passionate supporter of AFL and soccer.
Dedicated. Pragmatic. Honest. Empathetic.
I graduated from Deakin University in 2008 and have held previous positions within the clinical and community sectors in both Melbourne and London in the United Kingdom.
Diet Solutions has been my second home since 2014.
We may be biased, yes, but it's pretty important to do the low FODMAP with an experienced dietitian
Prebiotics, soluble fibre, resistant starch. They are good for our gut health.
Don't go it alone on the low FODMAP diet - dietitians are here to help.
Fructans. They are good for us, but for some, they can be the trigger for troublesome gut symptoms.
Even if we can’t meet face-to-face, we can continue to help you with your health & wellbeing.
How does a low FODMAP food become high FODMAP?