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Queensland Paediatric Endocrinology
Location(s):
  • Woolloongabba, QLD, Australia
  • Toowoomba, QLD, Australia
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Terrianne is an enthusiastic Accredited Practising Dietitian with a Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Management who believes in negotiating practical and realistic strategies with clients and their families to manage diet-related conditions such as diabetes, weight management (both gain and loss), gastrointestinal issues, vegetarian eating and nutritional deficiencies. With an emphasis on balance rather than deprivation, Terrianne strives to help each individual make better everyday choices. Utilizing evidence based practice, Terrianne provides tailored education and advice to her clients and families and dispels common health and diet misconceptions along the way. Terrianne is passionate about helping you and your child meet health and lifestyle goals one mouthful at a time!

Outside of work, Terrianne enjoys spending time with her husband and loves food and cooking so you will find often find her in the kitchen cooking up a storm! Terrianne also spends her free time managing a healthy eating Facebook Page; 'The Diabetic Dietitian' where she shares her own tasty food ideas and healthy eating tips and tricks.

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