Women’s Health

Our dietetic knowledge of nutrition in women’s health comes from a plethora of experience working with IVF Australia, Endometriosis Australia. 

  • PCOS
  • Endometriosis
    Fertility (prenatal, innatal and postnatal)
  • Breastfeeding
  • Menopause
  • Fibroids
  • Iron deficiency

How we can help

Polycystic ovaries and excess body hair
Whoever said self-love and gratitude are the secret to happiness, clearly has never had Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). This is a complex metabolic and hormonal condition that can often be a shock for women who suddenly develop issues with acne and excessive body hair. It may come to a surprise that diet, exercise and medications are crucial when it comes to managing PCOS and the unwanted excess body hair.

Such a debilitating condition, women suffering from Endometriosis experience excruciating pain, bloating, anaemia and often suffer in silence. Are you one of the thousands of women that have tried numerous medical therapies and overlooked the role of diet in the management and treatment of this condition. We have the experience from working at Endometriosis Australia to help you.


As we know, breasfeeding is a challenging yet extremely rewarding experience. To ensure you’re optimising not only your new one’s growth and development, but also fuelling your own nutritional requirements, see how a diet plan may help.

Have you found yourself waking up in the middle of the night with a night sweat or hot flush? Or have you noticed a change in the shape of your body? Are you approaching the dreaded 50 and the big M. Diet is there to help.


Iron deficiency
As the most common nutritional deficiency, iron is the body’s uber driver, carrying a car full of oxygen which is essential to provide energy for daily life. If you are constantly feeling tired, fatigued, hair falling out, low immune system and lacking energy, you may be iron deficient which requires immediate medical and nutrition management.