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Nutritional Wellbeing App

Fuelling yourself with the right food, can massively help improve your mood and overall wellness.

Food as Fuel

Not only can having a good diet – containing healthy fats, proteins and amino acids – help you feel more alert and think clearly, your concentration will be improved, you’ll have higher energy levels and feel less tired.

Countless studies have found there is a direct relationship between a nutritious diet, low in sugar and processed foods, and positive mental health, which shows that eating healthily is just as important for your brain as it is your body.

This is why our wellness app contains a variety of nutritious recipes, that can not only balance your hormones but also help boost your mental health.

Good bacteria influences how well your body absorbs nutrients from what you eat and activates the neural pathways that travel between the digestive system and the brain.

Your gut affects the way you store fat, your blood glucose levels and how you react to hormones that make you feel hungry or full.

YOUR NUTRITION EXPERTS

Meet Clare Marcangelo

Clare Marcangelo, who is a registered nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition) and an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine.


I specialise in supporting anxious and also Neurodiverse children- reducing anxiety, digestive issues and helping with behavioural and sleep issues.

I would say that everyone will benefit from eating from nature and not from the supermarket as much as possible.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Erin Miller

Erin Miller, who has a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics.


I have always been active and passionate about food. I love knowing how the body

works and how food can complement that. To me, food is medicine, so pursuing that as a career choice made sense to me.

I have worked in the hospital system for 14 years, I did higher training to specialise in rehabilitation. Over the past 3 years I have worked in hospitals, community settings and more.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Sarah McLachlan

Sarah McLachlan is a naturopath that specialises in helping women balance their hormones, mood and body.


You can’t go wrong with three nourishing meals per day and remembering that the foods you eat directly affect the way you feel.

A nourishing whole foods diet that consists mostly of the foods that are suited to you and your body’s biochemistry, will directly improve your energy levels, sleep patterns, hormone balance and general health, leaving you fresh and ready to handle life’s day-to-day challenges.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Nicole Topp

Nicole Topp, who has has a bachelor of science in Naturopathy, and specialises in brain function.

If you feel you are in a stress response, your body needs acknowledgement for the incredible work that she does, nourish her, nurture her.

No one is coming in on a white horse to do it for you, the person you have been waiting for is YOU!

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Bek Nutter

Bek Nutter is a naturopath, herbalist, sports performance and clinical nutritionist and master breath coach and personal trainer.

I fell in love with the breath and how it could be used, not just in one way, but EVERY way. Optimising the way a person breathes influences every cell within their body; both their physical and their mental wellbeing. It is literally the foundation of health.

With this holistic combination, it has led me to implement naturopathic strategies into sports philosophies to support people not only to perform, but to recover and thrive. To be fit AND healthy

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Joanne Wall

Joanne Wall, who is a personal trainer, Pilates instructor and barre instructor. 


I spent my whole childhood active, became a dancer in early adulthood so always had a passion for movement and general health and fitness.

I stopped dancing to get a ‘normal job’. I hated working behind a desk and realised I needed to be back an active job that helped others with their health and fitness goals.

Find 10 minutes every day to move, stretch and breath. Roll down to plank – a few of these each day and you’ve stretch out your spine and strengthened your core.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Lyn Savage

Lyn Savage is a qualified yoga instructor.


I discovered yoga later in life after a corporate career in the marketing sector.

Teaching Yoga and introducing people to the benefits of this powerful practice is what brings me joy. I have a strong intuition that I have discovered my true purpose in life.

I specialise in teaching students to connect to self, to focus on breath as they move and learning to feel their bodies. Training them to let go of the past, to stop worrying about the future and instead learning to truly be in the present moment.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Jacqui Jones

Jacqui Jones has qualifications in child and adolescent welfare, teaching mindfulness meditation and positive psychology.

 

I have always felt driven to help and hopefully empower our younger generations and over the course of my career.

After experiencing some mental health challenges of my own, this made me want to understand more about the human mind and I also trained to become a meditation teacher. These days, I feel very grateful that my personal and working life blend together so well and I absolutely love what I do! 

I really do enjoy helping others tap into their true potential through various tools such as meditation and visualisation. I think there is so much that we haven’t been taught about the power of our minds and we all have the ability to create enormous change, if we want to. 

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Dr Bec Jackson

Dr Bec Jackson is a Consulting Psychologist and specialises in many areas of psychology – clinical, forensic, health and organisational settings. She works with adults, children, teens, and older adults in both the public and private sector. 

 

In general mental health, the most common challenges I see are stress and anxiety, grief and relationship challenges. This is not just isolated to the part of the population who have diagnosed mental health concerns, but many people struggle with these concerns. 

Among younger people most recently, it has been an uptake in vaping, issues with body image and cyber bullying that I get asked about most frequently.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Clare Marcangelo

Clare Marcangelo, who is a registered nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science

(Nutrition) and an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine.

 

I specialise in supporting anxious and also Neurodiverse children- reducing anxiety,

digestive issues and helping with behavioural and sleep issues.

 I would say that everyone will benefit from eating from nature and not from the

supermarket as much as possible.

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Lynn Jenkins

Lynn Jenkins is a clinical psychologist and specialises in working with children and their parents. She is also a trained hypnotherapist as well as a trained kids and family yoga instructor and mindfulness teacher. 

 

I have always been interested in people and their stories, and also how we operate as humans. Early intervention makes huge sense to me so I LOVE working with children and parents. 

 Often, just a bit of information can completely change the trajectory of how a child is developing – that’s just brilliant!

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Nicole Topp

Nicole Topp, who has has a bachelor of science in Naturopathy, and specialises in brain function.

If you feel you are in a stress response, your body needs acknowledgement for the incredible work that she does, nourish her, nurture her.

No one is coming in on a white horse to do it for you, the person you have been waiting for is YOU!

YOUR WELLNESS EXPERTS

Meet Ruth Fellowes

Ruth Fellowes is a clinical Nutritionist, Herbalist, educator and speaker, with over 13 years clinical experience and qualifications in Public Health, Health Science, Complementary Medicine and Nutritional Medicine and Western Herbal Medicine.

After 15 years of practice I am still fascinated by the impact and connections that food has within the body. Food is not just about calories or taste, it is medicinal and therapeutic and capable of bringing about so much change within the body, including mental wellbeing,” she says. Today my key focus is still children’s health, mood, behaviour, sleep and gut health, drawing on the knowledge on the rapidly developing field of nutritional psychiatry.

Preview: Chicken Stew, in Bone Broth with Borlotti Beans

Immunity | Anti-Inflammatory | Sleep Improvement

Amino acids like arginine, cysteine, and glutamine and other anti-inflammatory properties in bone broth make it a powerful immune-system booster. It may help to shorten and prevent colds and some illnesses. Studies have found that chicken soup from bone broth eases symptoms of upper respiratory infections in people with a cold.

Practical Wellbeing to support your wellness

The Healthy Mummy Wellness app is made for busy mums and our mission is to make your wellbeing our number 1 priority.

Our expert wellness programs will be EASY to integrate into your daily

life and will aim to reduce your stress & anxiety and increase your

wellbeing

More Nourishing Recipes

Oat & Kefir Raspberry Pots
Having a healthy gut is crucial because 90% of our body’s serotonin is produced in our gut. Eating fermented foods such as kefir are rich in probiotics and support our gut.
Blueberry & Banana Oat smoothie
Try this Banana and Oat Banana Smoothie from the Healthy Mummy Wellness App for a quick energy boost.
Shredded Chicken Breast Dip with Celery Sticks
This shredded chicken breast recipe is high in amino acid tryptophan that can increase seratonin levels.