Etico Nutrition is a fully-mobile nutrition and dietetic practice operating within the Perth metropolitan area. We specialise in vegan, vegetarian and whole food plant-based nutrition.
Consultations are carried out in the privacy and comfort of your own home (or other preferred location) to enable a more holistic approach to nutrition counselling, and allow for your unique health profile, personal food preferences, and lifestyle to be considered.
Hollie Waters - Accredited Practicing Dietitian
Hello, I'm Hollie, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist. I am passionate about promoting a whole food plant-based diet for optimum health and, as an ethical vegan, highlighting the numerous benefits of a compassionate and low-impact lifestyle. Read more
Etico Nutrition was founded with the goal of being a catalyst for positive change; by providing unbiased and informed guidance to anyone seeking to adopt, or ensure they are following, a healthy vegan, vegetarian, or plant-based diet.
We aim to provide people with the tools and knowledge they need to improve their current and future health through dietary and lifestyle choices.
Hollie is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist with Dietitians Australia - the peak body for Australian dietetic and nutrition professionals - and is a registered Medicare provider.
When should I see a Dietitian?
There are a wide range of factors that may lead to a person benefiting from the support of an Accredited Dietitian. Some common reasons why someone may be referred, or independently choose, to consult with a dietitian include:
A newly diagnosed chronic health condition
Signs that a chronic illness is not being managed effectively
Assistance with a therapeutic (e.g. renal, low salicylate, gluten-free) or specialised diet (e.g. whole food plant-based, vegan, vegetarian)
Significant changes in weight
Recent poor food intake, poor appetite, or difficulty preparing or eating food
Changes in medication/s
Periodic review of medical nutrition therapy
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