Women's Nutrition

Your expert in Fertility and Pregnancy Nutrition

If you have been struggling to conceive and want to ensure your body is nourished in the best way possible, Certified Fertility and Pregnancy Dietitian Rachel is here to help you.

By optimising your nutrition we can help give you the best chance to get pregnant*.

By nourishing your body – you can also reduce your chances of miscarriage and help give your baby the best start in life*.

At Women’s Nutrition, we will give you the knowledge, skills and resources to help improve your fertility.


Top 5 Reasons to See a Fertility Dietitian.... read more here

Why should a fertility dietitian be a part of your team on your conception journey?

Fertility Consultation

This comprehensive initial assessment will help you get your nutrition on track so that you can improve your chances of conceiving. I will get to know you and where you’re at on your fertility journey. At the end of our session, we will have a clear plan on how best to move forward depending on your circumstances. If you’re after help with supplementation then we can also come up with a plan around this.

Pregnancy Consultation

So you’re pregnant, but you’re not sure what you can and can’t eat. This consultation will help to clarify the nutrition do’s and don’ts for pregnancy. If you’ve been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes or Hyperemesis Gravidarum then Rachel will help you navigate the best food choices for you and your baby.

Postnatal Consultation

So, you’ve had bubs – now what? Feel like you’re starving all the time and your weight is fluctuating either up or down? Or maybe your milk supply isn’t as high as you want it to be? In this online consultation, Rachel will help you to get your nutrition and well-being on track after having your baby.

General Nutrition for Women

You’re a woman and you want to see someone that really gets it. Rachel is a specialist in Women’s Nutrition (hence the business name!). She understands all about hormonal fluctuations and how they can affect women. She has experience working with thyroid disorders, endometriosis, PCOS and Anaemia.
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