Michelle Taylor – Dietitian
Michelle has long held a passion for health and nutrition. This, combined with her interest in science, led her to undertake a Bachelor of Science (Biological) followed by a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics at Deakin University in 1996. Michelle has worked as an Accredited Practising Dietitian in a variety of settings including in the hospital clinical setting, rural community health, and private practice.
As a dietitian, Michelle strives to empower her clients to reach their nutritional health goals whilst working within an evidence based framework. She practices using the non-diet approach to health, helping clients to look past the latest fad diets and instead develop a positive relationship with food.
Michelle’s vast experience as a Dietitian enables her to help clients with a wide range of health issues including women’s health, diabetes, heart disease, gastrointestinal conditions including coeliac disease and IBS, childhood nutrition – in particular, fussy eating - and weight management.
Michelle is committed to ongoing professional development and has completed a certificate in Paediatric Nutrition. More recent courses undertaken include Ellyn Satters Approach to childhood nutrition and implementing a FODMAP diet across a range of clinical conditions.
As a dietitian, Michelle enjoys providing practical advice that helps clients enjoy what they eat in a way that promotes health and wellbeing.