What others say is a secret

The Code of Conduct from the Dietitians Association of Australia and the ACCC guidelines prevent all qualified health professionals from using testimonials or comments provided by clients. That's why I can't tell you what others are saying but if you Google my name, search forums and read local blogs, you will find feedback about my books and my expertise.

If you go to the Media and Events Room  on this site you will see how often I am invited to present at conferences, symposium, and on radio and other media outlets.

You won't find me at facebook to 'like' me so please email me directly with your feedback and comments.

If you are on facebook, have a blog or are on twitter and share the news about my books, I'd love to see any review or comments you post.

A note about non-ethical behaviour in the diet and nutrition industry. The minute you visit someone's website or read advertisements that feature 'success' stories or claims for their own diet products linked with client/customer names and before and after shots, you ought to be wary. It is likely that the people and companies promoting these 'success' claims on their own websites and in advertisements are not professionally qualified in health. Some companies employ dietitians behind the scenes, which is reassuring for you so it is best to confirm that before you part with your money. If there is no ethical health professional involved, you may be lucky to just part with money at the hands of these spruikers but, at the unlucky end of the spectrum, you may end up in dire ill-health due to poor advice and/or poor product.