About Vicky

APD | Masters of Nutrition & Dietetics |Bachelor of Science | Certificate in FODMAP | Certificate in Paediatric Nutrition | Certificate of Sports Nutrition

With a reputation built over time and qualifications in Nutrition and Dietetics, Vicky Gomez has a practical approach to health and recognises the humanity and social nature in her clients.

In an over-saturated, misinformed industry that tends to generate a series of ‘one-size-fits-all’ solutions embedded in restriction, Vicky removes the ‘sacrifice’ from choosing to lead a healthy life.

Client meal plans are made-to-fit the individuals unique lifestyle, circumstances and objectives. Vicky takes a personal investment into understanding what the clients week looks like to better implement a system designed for longevity and sustainability. Furthermore, removing the room for perceived failure.

For her clients that don’t cook, she’ll locate local places that can still serve their goals in health and nutrition. And for those who do, she helps to customise their eating plan and grocery list.

Avoiding a ‘one-size-fits-all’ program allows Vicky to service her clients in a way that isn’t accessible through other practitioners. Furthermore, Vicky offers follow up sessions to her clients and regular updates to referees/allies. Unlike other practitioners, Vicky takes the deprivation out of her clients mindset by providing tools of mental, emotional and physiological knowledge. She recognises that living a life of health and longevity means being educated on ways to use food as medicine.

Having a deep understanding of ‘the why’ and ‘the how’ in solving challenges and producing results, allows Vicky to deliver in a way that is easily understood and actioned with confidence. Client testimonials further confirm Vicky’s position as a qualified expert who empowers individuals with tools to make intuitive decisions that transform lives.

Vicky takes her work one step further than most as her own goals include participating in a healthy, happy and empowered society. She does this through being practical, accessible, and personable.

Vicky.

A seal of expertise and a promise of excellence.

A Personal Approach

A personalised approach to nutrition means you don’t have to take Sunday brunch off the menu!

We all lead unique lives, with unique needs and conditions, which means health should be tailored to fit our lifestyle.
Not the other way around.

I am a strong believer of ‘food is medicine’. As a qualified Nutritionist and Dietetic practitioner, my clients face health challenges ranging from diabetes to weight/body issues that
can become difficult to manage with food. We tend to feel compromised by the concept of a healthy life and making healthy choices.

I consult and custom create a meal program that’s unique to each person, inclusive of recipe and menu development with consideration for locality, lifestyle and health concerns.

With a mindset of practicality, my tailored solutions revolve around sustainable tools matched with meal plans that enriches lives rather than restricts. Feeling restrictive is never fun and tends to lead to abandoning our goals. I fit nutrition into your lifestyle and objectives in a realistic way that won’t feel like a chore, but rather liberating and empowering.

The secret to my results driven approach has successfully seen my clients uplifted with a renewed zest for healthy living, knowing that their desired outcome is completely achievable. They are empowered with an understanding of how food has a direct impact on the life we choose to create. Most importantly, being informed and educated results in sweet transformations and healthy meals that are just as delicious.

Solutions that are backed up by science, research and results are hard to ignore. Nutrition is a powerful tool that not only affects our physical selves, but also heavily influences our mental and emotional state. When ignored, it can lead to a lack of self control and making detrimental choices that creates a rippling effect on all areas of our lives. It’s a little personal but isn’t it time we got a little personal with nutrition?