Virtual nutrition practice by Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutritionist Julia Dixon. Specialising in fertility, prenatal, PCOS, endo & gut health.
For optimal preconception nutrition, with or without IVF, using whole foods, expert supplement regimes based on your needs and specific nutrition plans to help you achieve your goals.
From conception to pregnancy to parenthood, a nourishing diet rich in whole, nutrient-dense, foods with key vitamins and minerals can set you up for a healthy pregnancy, parenthood and beyond. When you learn the foundations of healthy eating, you will share them with your babies – it’s epigenetics, baby.
Reproductive & Women’s Health
Expert nutrition support to improve insulin resistance, nutrients post bariatric surgery, establish a healthy relationship with food, tackle painful IBS and endometriosis gut symptoms, chronic inflammatory diseases, PCOS, perinatal mental health, metabolic conditions and healthy eating guidance.
Also known as mum, dietitian, nutritionist & food nerd
With a Masters in Nutrition & Dietetics, I am a clinical practising member of Dietitians Australia + Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutritionist. I have undertaken postgrad specialty training in fertility and prenatal nutrition + FODMAPs for IBS and endometriosis through ELN Alliance and Monash University.
I have my own two small humans, so I understand the delicate balance of juggling food science, healthy eating and meal practicality.
That’s probably why my nutrition philosophy is whole foods AND soul foods.
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Evidence suggests ~50% of pregnancies are unplanned. So even if you are not actively TTC, this article on preconception nutrition may be useful to you. Preconception includes (technically) the 3 to 6 months before conception /pregnancy/ fertilisation occurs. Although some (including me) argue it starts earlier than this. And I mean both parties here, the…
Diet and nutrition are first line therapy for treating constipation. And with constipation a common symptom seen in people with endometriosis, eating for endometriosis and constipation can have a profound impact on your symptoms. What is endometriosis Endometriosis is a condition characterised by the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterine lining. Typically on the…
Diet forms a crucial component for long-term health and fertility after bariatric surgery. First up, pregnancy is very possible after surgery. Strategic nutrition and supplement planning should be in place though to ensure adequate dietary nutrients for fertility after bariatric surgery. Planning a nourishing diet which makes every bite count with a tailored supplement regime…
Recent client consult topics
Fertility & Reproductive Conditions
- Egg and sperm quality
- Restoring periods & ovulation
- IVF, ovulation induction, implantation & egg freezing
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Insulin resistance
- Endometriosis & adenomyosis
- Bariatric surgery & fertility
- Thyroid conditions
- Coeliac disease
- Irritable bowel disease (IBD)
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Hypothalamic amenorrhoea
- Metabolic concerns like high cholesterol
- Recurrent miscarriage
- Epigenetic programming
Preconception, Pregnancy & Beyond
- Tailored prenatal supplement regime
- Nutrition for pregnancy
- Symptom reduction – nausea & vomiting, constipation
- Correcting nutrient deficiencies like iron, vitamin D, folate
- Food safety education
- Gestational Diabetes management and risk reduction
- Vegetarian & vegan diets
- Breastfeeding nutrition
- Managing metabolic conditions
- Exercise and recovery
- Perinatal mental health
- Gut health including FODMAPs, food intolerances, GI pain management