Vicki is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Sports Dietitian graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is the Founding Director of Eat for Wellness, a private practice based in Melbourne.
She has over 10 years of experience in Nutrition and has a special interest in weight loss management and have helped many individuals achieve their health and well-being goals. Vicki’s other areas of expertise include diabetes management, gut health, IBS management (Monash University Low FODMAP certified) and Pre/Postnatal Nutrition.
Vicki’s interest in food developed at a young age. With a father as a chef, she spent majority of her time in the kitchen. She loves cooking, experimenting with new foods, developing recipes and motivating others to eat well and stay well.
Vicki believes that healthy eating is not about dieting or depriving yourself of your favourite foods – it is more about eating everything in moderation.
Adele is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) and a member of the Dietitians Association of Australia with a passion to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities. She focuses on empowering, motivating and educating her clients, using her widespread nutritional knowledge to achieve better health.
Adele’s area of practice includes (but is not limited to): healthy eating advice, weight management, diabetes, PCOS, cardiovascular disease, malnutrition, IBD, IBS and preparing nutritionally balanced meal plans for healthy eating.
Adele also has a keen interest for Low Carb Healthy Fats (LCHF) diets for clients struggling to lose weight or to manage diabetes.
Adele is a friendly and committed staff member that works with her clients to implement and achieve life long healthy eating practices. She understands that every client is different and therefore develops individualised and realistic nutrition goals with her clients to achieve great outcomes. She is dedicated to motivate, encourage and assist her clients on their journey to optimal health.