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Veronica Vogel

Nutritionist
Dietitian

Veronica is an Accredited Practising Dietitian providing personalised nutrition for a variety of health conditions including gut problems, metabolic issues and hormonal imbalances. She is particularly interested in helping women navigate the perimenopause and menopause to avoid weight gain during this time and optimise healthy ageing, and other hormone imbalances to improve energy, sleep and overall health.

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Jadine Hanys

Nutritionist

Jadine has a keen interest in gut health, chronic skin conditions, holistic sports nutrition, female hormone health and fertility & mental health. (visit www.alchemical.com.au to find out more) Jadine takes a whole person-centred approach. There is no cure all, no one 'diet' that fixes all. Many myths surround nutrition, and many external influences affect our food choices. Jadine provides nutritional advice based upon the latest scientific research and her client’s personal health goals. Jadine will provide the tools and knowledge to 'nourish yourself to vitality' through sustainable practices tailored to you. With simple, realistic, non-restrictive recommendations to achieve your health goals. Her approach is to identify the root cause of illness with a full health assessment utilising functional pathology testing where applicable and considering possible environmental exposure. Jadine believes education and knowledge are key to empowering her clients to make long term positive changes towards optimal health. Testing includes but isn’t limited to; Hormone profiling – DUTCH hormone testing Allergy / Food sensitivities Gut microbiome Macro/micro nutrient deficiencies Stress & neurotransmitter profiling Adrenal fatigue testing – chronic prolonged stress conditions DNA testing Testing is utilised when required to help understand the root cause of presenting signs & symptoms.

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Lisa Hodgson

Naturopath
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I am a qualified naturopath and counsellor. I have worked as a counsellor for 20 years and graduated as a naturopath in late 2018. I am a mother of an adult son. I love cooking, crochet, reading, sewing, knitting and dancing.

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Sandy Eun

Integrative Medical Practitioner
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Dr Sandy Eun is an integrative medical doctor/GP who combines conventional and complementary medicine to provide the best possible care to her patients. After graduating with Bachelors of Medicine/Surgery at the University of New South Wales, she completed her Fellowship in General Practice gaining experience in a wide range of medical conditions. Having had some health problems of her own and experiencing the benefits of therapies based on functional medicine principles, she sought out ways to incorporate these treatment modalities in a safe and effective way in the care of her patients. Dr Eun undertook additional training nutritional, environmental and functional medicine and applies these principles in her practice. She also completed post graduate training with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC) and will utilise acupuncture as a treatment modality when appropriate. Her aim is to assist people achieve their goals of optimum health and wellness in a holistic way. This is achieved through longer consultations which strive to understand the root causes of the health concerns and exploring the underlying biochemical and functional imbalance. Individualised treatments may include lifestyle modification (i.e. diet, exercise, sleep), nutritional supplements, herbs , acupuncture, pharmaceutical agents and addressing stress and other psychosocial factors. Her main interests in medicine include: Irritable bowel disease (IBS), Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and other Digestive issues Women’s health and Fertility Autoimmune conditions Cardiometabolic conditions Weight management Management of chronic medical conditions Healthy Ageing Memberships and Qualifications: Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery (UNSW) Fellow Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) Member of The Institute for Functional medicine (IFM), Completed AFMCP Member of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine Training with A4M and MINDD. Certificate in Sexual and reproductive health – Family Planning Australia Biobalance trained doctor Dr Eun regularly attends conferences to keep up to date with the latest evidence and continually expanding her knowledge base. She works closely with other general practitioners, medical specialists and allied health professionals to achieve the best outcome for her patients.

SYDNEY

Karlie Stephens

Naturopath
Nutritionist
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I completed my Diploma of Naturopathy in 1998 and currently hold my Naturopathic Accreditation with CMA. Qualified in Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Iridology, Bach Flowers, Acute Homeopathic Prescribing and Remedial Massage. As a Naturopath, my approach to wellness is a holistic one. I treat you as an individual while supporting your whole being and aiming to make you feel comfortable and understood while identifying the underlying cause of your health imbalance. My role in our relationship is to educate you on how to best look after your own health, minimising symptoms of illness, supporting the body’s capacity to heal, and balancing your body and mind. Women’s Health issues is an area I am passionate about. From teenage years to menopause our body is an intricate force able to balance itself and when needed, with the help of nature’s products. When my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's I took a special interest in brain health, I wanted to understand the effects of diet, lifestyle choices and specific nutritional/herbal medicine on the brain and to keep it at its optimal health state. I am the mother of two beautiful boys, a daily meditator, occasional yogi and love mountain biking.

Avalon

Richard Baywood

Naturopath
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Richard Baywood began practicing as a Naturopath in 1999, with clinics in Brisbane, Port Macquarie, and now Kempsey. He took several years off in Queensland where he studied and then worked as an Advanced Care Paramedic for the QLD Ambulance service. This helped to increase his Medical knowledge, providing a realistic and balanced view of Complementary Medicine. Richard holds an Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy, Diploma of Paramedical Science, Diploma of Botanic Medicine, and a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). His philosophy is simple, because health should be simple and something that everyone can have control over. Health is a combination of a balance between the Body, Mind and Spirit. Each Consultation involves a medical history and health analysis involving iridology and traditional techniques used to assess the state of your body. A script involving nutritional supplementation and or personalised herbal medicine/nutritional compounding will be given according to the results of the examination. Additionally, if requested access to integrative pathology services and DNA testing provide powerful and modern day tools which help to uncover a deeper understanding of your health.

Kempsey

Chloe McLeod

Nutritionist
Dietitian

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Emily Gardem

Nutritionist

I am a degree qualified Clinical Nutritionist, and trained Chef with over 20 years experience in the kitchen. I love food, and i love nutrition and what better way then to combine the two together! I learnt the hard way several years ago what extreme stress can do to the body. After working hard as a chef for 15 years, I found myself to be burnt out, highly stressed and constantly exhausted - i didn't recognise myself in the mirror any more. I wasn't well, miserable and had lost direction in my life. After falling pregnant with my first child, i had the wake-up call or “sliding doors” moment I needed - this was not the way I wanted to live anymore. I realised that my passion lay with natural health, and decided to focus solely on my degree.Today, i am a different person, and am so passionate about helping others be the best versions of themselves that they can, that they can be happy, healthy and stress free! What i will do: * Show you that eating well does not mean bland, boring, or expensive * Encourage positive relationships between food and body image * Tailor nutrition and treatment plans specific to your individual needs - there is no one size fits all approach * Explain in detail the benefits of good nutrition, and why they are specially important to you What i won't do: * Use the word “diet” ( its all about dietary modifications) * Ban chocolate or sometime's foods completely from your diet (we all need balance in our lives, and food is to be enjoyed! - its all about moderation!) * Set unrealistic goals

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