As the founder and director of Appetite for Nutrition, Carly has experience within the private and community sector and has successfully helped many individuals to increase their nutrition knowledge and achieve their healthy lifestyle goals.
Carly believes, “Healthy eating shouldn’t be… creating rules, depriving yourself, dieting, or never enjoying your favourite foods again. Healthy eating is…. having a healthy relationship with your food and body. Reset the way you think, remove those demonizing labels from food such as ‘bad foods’ or ‘bad for me’, and rather listen to your body, be intuitive, and enjoy all foods mindfully.
Previous to Appetite for Nutrition, Carly has been involved in multiple community programs, including volunteering her time as a healthy supermarket tour leader for Diabetes Victoria, and her employment at Victoria University, where she supervised students deliver cooking classes and nutrition presentations to a wide range of community members including those challenged with mental illness, physical disabilities & intellectually disabled.
Carly has a special interests in Integrative nutrition - using a holistic approach to health with nutrition and supplements. Carly enjoys supporting clients with diabetes and gastrointestinal health, conditions and disorders, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disorder (e.g. Crohns Disease) and Diverticulitis to name a few.
She has a passion for finding ways to make nutrition enjoyable and easy to understand. Carly is aware that not everyone learns the same way, and varying ways of educating clients need to be included - such as through sound, reading, pictures, touching, smelling and practising.
Carly has experience working NDIS clients from a wide variety of backgrounds including those with:
Carly is no longer taking new clients