Meghan is a nutritionist and dietitian with a special interest in the link between digestive and mental health. She has an intricate understanding of the gut-brain connection and focuses on supporting clients to understand how nourishing their gut can help improve their mental wellbeing.
Meghan is passionate about lifestyle medicine, and alongside whole-foods, draws on supplements, stress management, sleep, movement and other lifestyle measures to provide an integrative approach to nutrition. Her goal is to provide lasting solutions to help clients get well and stay well – both physically and mentally.
Meghan approaches each client uniquely, acknowledging there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to nutrition. She recognises that we all respond differently to foods and works with clients with the understanding that they know their body best.
Alongside her practise, Meghan is also completing her PhD in Nutritional Psychiatry, a specialist area of research that explores the links between food, mood and brain health. Being at the forefront of emerging research, means that her practical and actionable nutrition plans are always personalised to the individual and are grounded in the latest, scientific evidence.
Meghan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics (with Honours) and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with the Dietitian’s Association of Australia. She has actively contributed to books, podcasts and research publications and has delivered numerous workshops and cooking demonstrations.
Meghan enjoys working with clients who are seeking help with:
· Low mood and depression
· Anxiety, stress and burnout
· Irritable bowel syndrome and food intolerances, sensitivities and/or allergies
· Digestive discomfort, such as excessive bloating, gas and abdominal pain
· Emotional and stress-relating eating
· Building a healthy relationship with food
Meghan is understanding that many aspects of our health are beyond our control, but recognises that nutrition is the one thing we can change today. By requesting an appointment, Meghan can walk you through what’s involved in a consult and how a personalised nutrition plan can help with your health concerns.