Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body. It utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective, taking into account underlying causes of disease and treating through therapeutic nutrition or ‘food as medicine’!


What is Nutritional Medicine?

Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body. Nutrients are required for the proper functioning of all biochemical processes with which our bodies depend. Treatment is aimed towards correcting underlying causes of disease as well as providing symptomatic relief. These underlying factors can be caused by genetics, nutritional and lifestyle factors. Nutritional medicine utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective to assist in rectifying physiological imbalances. Within Nutritional Medicine, the importance of nutrition in health and disease is considered, as well as a person’s environment and lifestyle choices. The use of dietary changes is done through therapeutic nutrition, which involves the modification of a regular diet, in order to specifically address the area of concern. As well as dietary changes, supplementation of specific personalised nutrients may also be prescribed if deemed necessary. Overall, Nutritional Medicine aims to address primary prevention of disease, disease management and promotion of optimal health and well-being.


Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body. It utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective, taking into account underlying causes of disease and treating through therapeutic nutrition or ‘food as medicine’!


what is nutritional medicine?

Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body. Nutrients are required for the proper functioning of all biochemical processes with which our bodies depend. Treatment is aimed towards correcting underlying causes of disease as well as providing symptomatic relief. These underlying factors can be caused by genetics, nutritional and lifestyle factors. Nutritional medicine utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective to assist in Rectifying physiological imbalances. Within nutritional medicine, the importance of nutrition in health and disease is considered, as well as a person’s environment and lifestyle choices. The use of dietary changes is done through therapeutic nutrition, which involves
the modification of a regular diet, in order to specifically address the area of concern. As well as dietary changes, supplementation of specific personalised nutrients may also be prescribed if
deemed necessary. Overall, nutritional medicine aims to address primary prevention of disease, disease management and promotion of optimal health and well-being.


Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of
food to the overall health and well-being of the body. Nutrients are required for the proper functioning of all biochemical processes with which our bodies depend. Treatment is aimed towards correcting underlying causes of disease as well as providing symptomatic relief. These underlying factors can be caused by genetics, nutritional and lifestyle factors. 
Nutritional medicine utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective to assist in rectifying physiological imbalances. Within nutritional medicine, the importance of nutrition in health and disease is considered, as well as a person’s environment and lifestyle choices. The use of dietary changes is done through therapeutic nutrition, which involves the modification of a regular diet, in order to specifically address the area of concern. As well as dietary changes, supplementation of specific personalised nutrients may also be prescribed if deemed necessary. Overall, nutritional medicine aims to address primary prevention of disease, disease management and promotion of optimal health and well-being. 

Kirsty has a Bachelor of health science in Nutritional Medicine from Endeavour College of Natural Health. She prides herself on creating a non-judgmental, calm and energising setting, empowering and educating you through your journey with health. She aims to educate her clients in the best way possible to create a path of sound choice. Kirsty believes in the holistic management of patients and encourages integrative treatment to ensure you get the best result through the cultivation of individualised care, working together to create a personalised treatment plan, taking into account all aspects of your being (lifestyle, work, finances). 

Kirsty has a high interest in treating and assisting clients to improve their mental health, specifically those with excess stress, depression and anxiety. She also has experience in treating those with digestive issues, supporting hormonal health, healthy ageing, supporting immune function, assisting with weight management and supporting energy production in those with fatigue. 

About Kirsty

Here you will find more on the conditions Kirsty can assist with. 

Kirsty has a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional Medicine. She prides herself on creating a non-judgmental, calm and energizing setting, empowering and educating you through your journey with health and finding the balance that is unique to you. 

Kirsty has a Bachelor of health science in Nutritional Medicine from Endeavour College of Natural Health. 
She prides herself on creating a non-judgmental, calm and energising setting, empowering and educating you through your journey with health. She aims to educate her clients in the best way possible to create a path of sound choice. Kirsty believes in the holistic management of patients and encourages integrative treatment
to ensure you get the best result through the cultivation of individualised care, working together to create a personalised treatment plan, taking into account all aspects of your being (lifestyle, work, finances). 

Kirsty has a high interest in treating and assisting clients to improve their mental health, specifically those with excess stress, depression and anxiety. She also has experience in treating those with digestive issues, supporting hormonal health, healthy ageing, supporting immune function, assisting with weight management and supporting energy production in those with fatigue. 

about kirsty

Here you will find more on the conditions Kirsty can assist with. 

Kirsty has a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional Medicine. She prides herself on creating a non-judgmental, calm and energiSing setting, empowering and educating you through your journey with health and finding the balance that is unique to you. 

Kirsty has a Bachelor of health science in Nutritional Medicine from Endeavour College of Natural Health.  She prides herself on creating a non-judgmental, calm and energising setting, empowering and educating you through your journey with health and finding the balance that is unique to you. She aims to educate her clients in the best way possible to create a path of sound choice. Kirsty believes in the holistic management of clients and encourages integrative treatment to ensure you get the best result through the cultivation of individualised care, working together to create a personalised treatment plan, taking into account all aspects of your being (lifestyle, work, finances)    
Kirsty has a high interest in treating and assisting clients to improve their mental health, specifically those with excess stress, depression and anxiety. She also has experience in treating those with digestive issues, supporting hormonal health, healthy ageing, supporting immune function, assisting with weight management and supporting energy production in those with fatigue.

First of all, well done on taking a step for yourself, your health and your wellbeing. As a nutritionist I will take time to understand your individual concerns, gathering information to create a tailored made and realistic treatment plan. This process begins with a pre assessment questionnaire, which will be emailed to you once you have booked an appointment. This questionnaire will give me a general understanding of what your current health priorities are and a little bit about the symptoms you have experienced in the past and any you are experiencing currently. You will also be sent out a food recall diary which will need to be completed for 3 – 7 days. This recall will not only provide me with a vast amount of information but it is also a great tool to begin to bring self-awareness and a better understanding of what we eat and why, as well as how it makes you feel. This is an important aspect as nutritional medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body; food is medicine!

What to expect in a consultation

Initial Consultation:
60 – 90minutes - $120 

Return Consultation:
30 – 45 minutes - $80

A comprehensive assessment to identify overall health and understand the underlying causes of current health concerns, creating a realistic and manageable treatment plan that encompasses dietary, lifestyle and environmental considerations relevant to
your health and your goals.  

A review of initial health priorities and assessment of treatment plan.
Please note this appointment can only be
made after an initial consultation.

Ready to take a step for yourself and your wellbeing? As a nutritionist Kirsty will take time to understand your individual concerns to create a tailored made, realistic and completely personalised treatment plan.

First of all, well done on taking a step for yourself, your health and your wellbeing. As a nutritionist I will take time to understand your individual concerns, gathering information to create a tailored made and realistic treatment plan. This process begins with a pre assessment questionnaire, which will be emailed to you once you have booked an appointment. This questionnaire will give me a general understanding of what your current health priorities are and a little bit about the symptoms you have experienced in the past and any you are experiencing currently. You will also be sent out a food recall diary which will need to be completed for 3 – 7 days. This recall will not only provide me with a vast amount of information but it is also a great tool to begin to bring self-awareness and a better understanding of what we eat and why, as well as how it makes you feel. This is an important aspect as nutritional medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body; food is medicine!

what to expect in a consultation

Initial Consultation:
60 – 90minutes - $120 

Return Consultation:
30 – 45 minutes - $75

A comprehensive assessment to identify overall health and understand the underlying causes of current health concerns, creating a realistic and manageable treatment plan that encompasses dietary, lifestyle and environmental considerations relevant to
your health and your goals.  

A review of initial health priorities and assessment of treatment plan.
Please note this appointment can only be
made after an initial consultation.

Nutritional Medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body. It utilises current evidence-based research from a holistic perspective, taking into account underlying causes of disease and treating through therapeutic nutrition or ‘food as medicine’!

First of all, well done on taking a step for yourself, your health and your wellbeing. As a nutritionist I will take time to understand your individual concerns, gathering information to create a tailored made and realistic treatment plan. 
This process begins with a pre assessment questionnaire, which will be emailed to you once you have booked an appointment. This questionnaire will give me a general understanding of what your current health priorities are and a little bit about the symptoms you have experienced in the past and any you are experiencing currently. You will also be sent out a food recall diary which will need to be completed for 3 – 7 days. This recall will not only provide me with a vast amount of information but it is also a great tool to begin to bring self-awareness and a better understanding of what we eat and why, as well as how it makes you feel. This is an important aspect as nutritional medicine is based on the relationship of food to the overall health and well-being of the body; food is medicine!