What is Nutrition?

Nutritional medicine considers the interactions of both nutrition and environment on human health

Nutrients are the building blocks of our body providing the basic materials required to sustain life and so it follows that nutrition plays an important role in virtually every medical condition and that correcting nutritional imbalances is fundamental to the prevention and treatment of many common conditions.

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What are the benefits of Nutritional Medicine?

Nutritional medicine can support and / or correct many biochemical problems that contribute to chronic degenerative disease states and can assist with:

Reducing inflammation & toxicity

Correcting hormonal imbalances

Improving immune function

High blood pressure



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Initial Consultation $140 A 90 minute initial consultation
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Follow up consultation $105 A 45 minute follow up consultation
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2. Make a Booking

Make a booking or purchase a package through our simple online booking platform or by giving us a call.


It is best to pay at the time of your booking. Your invoice will be emailed to you and although we do not refund we will happily reschedule an appointment for you.

Health Fund Rebates:

For Health Fund Rebates print your receipt and bring it with you to be validated.


To avoid the cancellation fee please give us at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule. To view our terms and conditions click here.

Consent Forms:

The ‘Client Information and Consent Form’ must be signed prior to your initial consultation / per modality.

The ‘Client Intake Form’ must also be completed prior to initial Naturopathy / Nutrition & Herbal Medicine services.

3. What to expect

Your practitioner will assess your diet, your relationship with food, and the impact of external factors on your health and wellbeing, such as exposure to toxicity from heavy metals, fertilisers, pesticides, synthetic chemicals including pharmaceutical and recreational drugs. They will also investigate your lifestyle and psycho-social stress factors including sleep habits etc.