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Diana Newman, Nutritionist (BHSc Nutr Med, MNutr)

Diana is a registered nutritionist with close to 10 years’ experience in the industry. Diana holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional Medicine with a Masters Degree in Human Nutrition and a certificate in Food as Medicine for Fertility and Pregnancy. 

After graduating Diana was lucky enough to work for a vascular surgeon, helping patients with cardiometabolic diseases, improve their diet and health. Through nutrition education and diet intervention, she watched as patients’ blood work returned to normal and the sparkle returned to their eyes. Addressing digestive health complaints such as IBS with nutrition intervention is another key area in which Diana has seen her patients blossom. 

To gain a holistic assessment of her patient’s health, Diana takes a thorough case history, utilizing iridology and clinical examination, to create a health and wellness plan bespoke to each individual. When needed, functional testing may be ordered to gain a deeper understanding of the driving factors contributing to a patients clinical picture and to determine the correct treatment plan. 

Diana feels strongly about helping people achieve optimal health, while still enjoying mealtimes. “While short term diets are effective in achieving particular outcomes, ultimately, we want to improve our lifestyle and relationship with food. I am not about fad or extreme diets. I believe good nutrition is about loving yourself enough to take care of your health through nourishing foods “.

Diana holds current memberships with the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA) and Nutrition Society Australia (NSA).

Education & Experience

Education

• Master of Human Nutrition (Deakin University)
• Bachelor of Health Science: Nutritional Medicine (Endeavour College of Natural Health)

Certificates

Food as Medicine: Fertility and Pregnancy (Monash University)

Professional Associations

• Australian Natural Therapist Association
• Nutrition Society Australia

Working Shifts

Doctor's Quote

Eating well is a form of self-respect, of self-love. It's also about enjoyment and social interaction. It is certainly not about deprivation.
Diana Newman, Nutritionist (BHSc Nutr Med, MNutr)

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