The GD team

Rebecca Sue, APD

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Rebecca is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a Master of Dietetics and a Bachelor of Nutrition Science degree from Monash University. She is also a Monash FODMAP trained Dietitian.

Rebecca joined Guardian Dietitian to help clients nurture a healthier lifestyle by enjoying food and establishing a positive relationship with food. 

Food is paramount to our physical, social, emotional and mental wellbeing, and Rebecca believes ‘healthy’ does not mean you always have to make perfect choices. Instead, achieving good nutrition is about having a balanced and varied diet. 

Rebecca brings her commitment to providing an evidence-based, collaborative approach to support clients in achieving their health goals. 

Rebecca can be found in the kitchen testing out new recipes, throwing dinner parties, going for hikes, or painting outside of work.

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Rahaf Bojeh, APD

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Rahaf holds a Master of Dietetics and Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences from Deakin University.  
 
After developing an interest in nutrition and dietetics at a young age, Rahaf learned early about how a person's eating habits could affect their health, and how so many chronic diseases can be prevented or managed through dietary intervention.

Rahaf has joined Guardian Dietitian to spread her learned messages and to support others along their journey to better health.

When Rahaf is not talking about nutrition, you can find her at the beach, out with friends and family or dancing Dabke (Jordanian and Palestinian folk dance).

Spoken languages: Fluent in English and Arabic
  

Catherine Fallon, APD

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Catherine holds a Master of Dietetic Practice and Bachelor of Exercise Science from Griffith University. She is currently undertaking a diploma in Sustainable Living at the University of Tasmania.

Catherine is a passionate Dietitian and Exercise Scientist on a mission to help people improve their relationship with food and movement through developing balanced and sustainable lifestyle habits.

 

Catherine joined Guardian Dietitian to help everyday people navigate the scientific evidence around the key pillars of health - food, mood, movement, social connection and sleep.

In her spare time you’ll find Catherine growing and harvesting veggies on a local farm, chasing the sun at a beach, enjoying a restaurant meal, exploring nature or cooking a feast for friends. She aims to inspire individuals to create positive change and feel their best on a daily basis.

What is a dietitian?

The International Confederation of Dietetic Associations (ICDA) By-Law defines a dietitian as:

“A professional who applies the science of food and nutrition to promote health, prevent and treat disease to optimise the health of individuals, groups, communities and populations.”

At Guardian Dietitian...

 
We are experienced in delivering nutrition care for individuals with:
  • weight concerns

  • a poor relationship with food

  • body image issues

  • an unhealthy eating pattern

  • gut disorders and diseases (IBS, IBD, coeliac disease)

  • osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout

  • pre-diabetes

  • insulin resistance

  • PCOS

  • diabetes

  • mental health conditions

  • eating disorders

  • nutrient deficiencies

  • pre- and post- bariatric surgeries

  • ADHD/autism

  • fussy eating tendencies

If you have questions or concerns, you can contact us via the chat on this website in the bottom right-hand corner, call or text 0439 615 920 or email us at info@guardiandietitian.org.

Lane Edwards, Founder

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When I started Guardian Dietitian in 2017, it was just me, my ABN and a dream of helping as many patients meet their health goals as humanly possible. After a while, I realised that despite having an infinite supply of passion for helping others, my physical and mental resources were finite.

The growth of Guardian Dietitian means we will have more dietitians with diverse expertise (ADHD, autism, prenatal, infant and toddler nutrition, women's and men's health, aged care and chronic conditions) so that we can rise to meet the needs of our beautiful little community here in the West.

 

Guiding others along their journey to self-improvement is my passion in life, so please don’t hesitate to let me know exactly what you need from Guardian Dietitian via email, text or phone.

Lane is the founder of Guardian Dietitian and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) with a passion for public health and education.

Lane graduated with a Master of Dietetic Practice from La Trobe University and has completed a Bachelor of Health Science with Research Honours at the University of Tasmania.  

Lane is passionate about educating and supporting emerging dietitians and improving the health and well-being of Australians through helping them establish a healthier relationship with food, their bodies and the environment.


our mission

To help Australians achieve their health goals by providing supportive, valuable, evidence-based nutrition management and counselling services.

and vision 

 

 

To provide nutrition care that is affordable and accessible to Melbourne's Western suburbs.