About Habits For Health

Here at Habits for Health, we believe that proper nutrition is the foundation of a healthy life. Nutrition is often a struggle for many people due to lack of skills, lack of money or lack of knowledge - and with all the nutrition trends that circulate, it's not surprising that people get confused.

We are here to help you by delivering the most up-to-date, science-backed nutrition information to ensure you are providing the best fuel to your body. Because we can't all be Jamie Oliver, our focus is on nutritious foods that are simple to create and don't break the bank.

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Charlotte Rowley

Founder & Accredited Practicing Dietician

Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Diabetes Educator

Master of Dietetics, Graduate Diploma of Diabetes Education, BSc Molecular Biology, BSc Biomedical Science,  Certificate IV Fitness, Certificate III Fitness

Charlotte is dedicated to helping people improve their lives through making healthy changes that are important the individual.

 

Prior to her Masters degree, Charlotte completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Bachelor of Molecular Biology.

 

This is what inspired her love for health and she went on to complete her Certificate III and IV in Fitness, however, she decided she loved food more, and pursued the nutrition side of health. 

Charlotte has since completed a Graduate Diploma of Diabetes Education and is working towards becoming credentialed with the Australian Diabetes Educators Association.

Working collaboratively with clients is her first priority so that clients achieve their goals without feeling they are just being told what to do.

Based on this philosophy, and the idea that everyone deserves individualised nutrition care, Charlotte founded Habits for Health.

Charlotte's areas of interest are:

  • Helping people heal their relationship with food

  • Habit formation

  • Diabetes management

  • Food intolerances (Monash low FODMAP certified)

In her spare time, Charlotte enjoys yoga and craft. She can often be found under a pile of scrap fabric or covered in paint.

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Emma Patterson

Accredited Practicing Dietitian

BSc (Nutrition)

Master of Dietetics

Emma is a university qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian that is passionate about helping clients achieve their health and wellness goals without dieting.

Emma takes the time to get to know her clients and tailor an evidence-based approach for each individual. She provides her clients with the knowledge and skills they need to make sustained healthful changes.

Emma’s areas of interest and specialty areas include:

  • Chronic diseases, including Type 2 Diabetes, High Cholesterol, and Hypertension

  • Non-Diet Approach

  • Low FODMAP diet for IBS

  • Gestational Diabetes

  • Nutrition across the life course (paediatric to older adults)

  • Malnutrition

  • Mental Health

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Sharn McGowan

Accredited Practicing Dietitian

BSc (Nutrition)

Master of Dietetics

Sharn is a committed Accredited Practicing Dietitian who believes in opening doors through knowledge and empowerment. She is passionate about providing relevant knowledge to help people understand their eating habits and the effect on their health.

Watching her friends and family struggle with their health because of nutrition issues when she was younger was a key reason Sharn decided to become a dietitian.

She practices with honesty, respect and dignity, and will work with you to create a goal you believe is meaningful and achievable. After all, she believes these goals are an important puzzle piece of behaviour changes that can positively influence overall health.

Sharn has a wide range of experience having also worked in the hospital setting. Her areas of interest include:

-  Non-Diet Approach

- Chronic diseases (including Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Liver Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease)

- Gestational Diabetes

- Mental Health

- Geriatrics

- Oncology and Haematology

- And trying new recipes!