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Accredited Practising Dietitian
After completing a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science from the University of Tampa, Megan soon found that this was not her passion. Food and the science behind how it affects our body had always been in the forefront of her mind. This led Megan to dietetics. She then moved to Australia and graduated with a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney.
Megan is currently working in both private and community settings; working with a wide range of clients from athletes to pregnant women to Indigenous communities in the Outback.
There are many different avenues to take with dietetics but one-on-one time with clients is where Megan believes she makes the most impact. Megan endeavours to see her patients holistically and places great importance on incorporating other members of the individual's multidisciplinary team to achieve the best possible clinical outcome. Megan combines her clinical experience with evidence-based practice, providing up to date and effective care. Megan is attentive to the goals of the individual in front of her and is sensitive and receptive to any barriers which may exist or arise, ensuring the whole picture is considered when working to improve the nutritional, physical and mental goals of her patients.
Megan’s ethos is learning over dieting - helping you develop lifestyle changes that you can continue with until you’re 100!
Professional: Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, IBS, pregnancy, sports dietetics, improving relationships with food, practical life skills (cooking/grocery shopping education)
Personal interests include: Cooking, swimming, running, tennis, footy, pilates and a good boogie—basically just getting out and moving her body!
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