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Nutrition can make a difference


Joanna Aaron is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with more than 7 years of experience

in private practice working in the areas of gut health and diabetes.

Over the years, Joanna has developed a personal interest in Fertility Nutrition

having had two successful, planned, pregnancies herself;

albeit not really fully understanding the positive impact of some specific changes she made

to her nutrition intake on her own fertility journey. 

Years later, Joanna has now learned that nutrition does make a difference in:

  • optimizing fertility

  • optimizing egg health

  • optimizing sperm health

  •  implantation and pregnancy success 

  • lowering the risk of miscarriages

Start your fertility journey with Joanna  by filling out the form below

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Appointments through Telehealth (video) and Face-To-Face


Telehealth appointments on Thursdays

Fill out the form below for telehealth booking

Face-to-face appointments

Call St Antony's Medical Centre (Pakenham)

(03) 5940 5245

Monday: 9 am-6 pm

Tuesday: 9 am-4 pm

 Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) is the nutritional management of disease by Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) working in clinical settings and private practice. Dietitians assess, diagnose and recommend specific and appropriate diets as therapy, using evidence-based practice, best practice guidelines, nutrition care process and protocol tailored to individual patients/clients to help improve the nutritional status of any individual living with a disease(s). 


General nutrition advice is not sufficient for disease management. Specific dietary recommendations can help improve your life and nutrition status.  There are many things to consider !!


Dietitians work as a multidisciplinary team with other health professionals such as doctors, specialists and other allied health professionals to manage diseases like diabetes, cardio-metabolic diseases, and gastrointestinal (functional and structural) diseases and or disorders. 


A simple change in dietary patterns can make a huge difference. However, that change should be specific and suitable for you, as we all have different bodies and needs. Consulting with an APD is as important as seeing a medical specialist. Improve your life with medical nutrition therapy.


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