Ellen is a qualified Dietitian, Nutritionist and Exercise Scientist with a background in Cardiology Research. She is passionate about optimising diet and lifestyle to enhance overall health and also manage symptoms and progression of disease. Ellen is interested in looking at the ‘whole person’ approach and is dedicated to looking at all the potential factors that may be impacting overall health in order to recommend the best management and advice for each individual.
Ellen is passionate about optimising health and wellbeing of all clients with a special interest area in those with gastrointestinal issues, lifestyle diseases, pregnancy health and those with different dietary requirements at risk of deficiencies (eg. vegans, vegetarians). She is qualified to treat lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders including coeliac disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), advice for optimal health during pregnancy and provides recommendations for those at risk of nutritional deficiencies.
Ellen developed her passion for nutrition and exercise when she began her studies in her Bachelor of Health Science, deciding to major in both Nutrition and Exercise Science at The University of Adelaide. Following this, her passion for nutrition grew and she underwent her Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University and gained a year of experience consulting with patients and management of health and diseases in various South Australian Hospitals, recognising the difference good nutrition can make to peoples lives.
Ellen has always been passionate about her health and the health of the people around her. Ellen aims to support people to find their own place of balance, encouraging people to listen to their body, exercise to feel good, and eat to nourish their body and feel their best. She believes health is not one size fits all, an individual approach to a healthy lifestyle is essential and different for every person. Health to Ellen means to optimise your relationship with food and exercise, but also means to optimise your sleep, self-care practices and mental health at the same time as every aspect can impact one another.
Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Exercise Science), The University of Adelaide (4years)
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics, Flinders University (2 years)
Low FODMAP Trained, Monash University (6 months)