byron bay nutritionist… health author… recipe developer

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Being a registered nutritionist (R Nutr) who has worked in the food publishing industry for many years, I have seen more food trends and diets come and go that I would care to count. My philosophy is simple, follow evidence based practice, limit the amount of processed food in your diet and focus on eating whole foods as frequently as possible.

Steer clear of food fads and miracle cures, if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is!

By returning to eating whole foods, that is foods in their most natural state, we allow our bodies to benefit from all the available nutrients that food can provide. This improves energy levels, helps to control weight and gives us a general sense of wellness not available through highly processed diets.

10 minute phone consult

I offer a free 10 min phone consultation to discuss your needs and evaluate how I can best help you. If I feel I am not the right person to assist, I can then refer you to the appropriate health professional.

Published Author and Acclaimed Food Writer

Chrissy Freer Byron Bay nutritionist Supergrains
Chrissy Freer Byron Bay nutritionist Superlegumes book
Chrissy Freer Byron Bay nutritionist Real Delicious

As well as publishing her own cookbooks Chrissy is also a regular contributor to national magazines and is nutrition editor for taste.com.au

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Recipes

Puy lentil, asparagus & broad bean salad with dukkah 2448 1632 Chrissy Freer

Puy lentil, asparagus & broad bean salad with dukkah

High protein cacao & chickpea truffles 1800 1200 Chrissy Freer

High protein cacao & chickpea truffles

pumpkin-bread
Chai spiced pumpkin bread 2000 1333 Chrissy Freer

Chai spiced pumpkin bread

scrambled-tofu
Turmeric scrambled tofu 2000 1333 Chrissy Freer

Turmeric scrambled tofu

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Spicy chicken salad with peanuts, cabbage and mint 2000 1333 Chrissy Freer

Spicy chicken salad with peanuts, cabbage and mint