Lane is the founder of Guardian Dietitian and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). APDs are experts in food and nutrition and are the only allied health professionals recognised by Medicare to provide medical nutrition therapy. APDs translate scientific nutrition information into personalised, practical dietary advice.
Lane graduated with a Master of Dietetic Practice from La Trobe University. She has also completed a Bachelor of Health Science with Honours researching cost and availability of diets for patients with coeliac disease, irritable bowel syndrome, food intolerance and chronic disease.
Lane is experienced in delivering nutrition intervention for patients with:
gut disorders (IBS, IBD, Coeliac)
- inflammatory diseases (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, gout and fibromyalgia)
PCOS, infertility and endometriosis
- a poor relationship with food
Lane’s main area of interest is in assisted weight loss. Her patients’ success stems from a combination of developing a healthier relationship with food, mindful eating and motivational interviewing.
Lane promotes a plant-based approach to eating and the Mediterranean diet for a healthy heart, mental health and general well-being and to help with achieving and maintaining a healthy weight range. She also assists individuals with planning healthy vegetarian or vegan meals.
She provides nutrition therapy via individual consultations face-to-face, online (Skype, Zoom and FaceTime) and over the phone.
About Guardian Dietitian
In your initial consultation, Lane will:
Discuss the reason for your appointment
Ask questions about your medical, social and diet history
Work with you to plan goals and strategies for improving your health
Plan follow-up appointments
Refer you to additional services such as an Exercise Physiologist, Psychologist or GP if necessary
Lane is also developing a Nutrition Education and Support program with food.com.au to try to reach more Australians and assist with weight and general health management.