Kate Freeman is passionate about providing the best available nutrition advice! That’s why this website is a strictly fad free zone, with an emphasis on practical, evidenced based advice!
Want to be in the best shape of your life without all the crazy wellness trends? Then check back here for news, advice, reviews, recipes and webinars all about healthy eating, food and nutrition.
Real life nutrition and fitness advice with a touch of inspiration!
With 12 years under her belt working and studying in the nutrition and health industry, Kate Freeman, is a highly sought after Registered Nutritionist who offers a range of services including private consultations, cooking demonstrations, corporate presentations, menu and recipe analysis, health writing and much more.
Owner of Canberra’s largest nutrition practice.
Kate is the creater and owner of a private nutrition practice in Canberra, Australia – The Healthy Eating Hub. The Hub has a team of nutritionists and dietitians offering private consultations for individuals and couples across a broad range of nutrition and health issues.
A practical, whole foods approach to nutrition and healthy eating.
Kate believes in a whole foods approach to good health, focusing on practical strategies for modern, busy people. Her healthy eating philosophy is all about balance and creating long term healthy habits. She doesn’t believe in detoxes, fad diets, quick fixes or eliminating whole food groups. Her advice is based on sound scientific evidence combined with 12 years experience in the nutrition and weight loss industry.
Nutritionist – HALE Gym + Spa
Kate is the chief nutritionist for prestigious Canberra gym and spa, HALE. She’s designed 12-week meal plans, part of The Hale Method, offering specialist nutrition advice and guidance to complement the training program.
Nutrition feature writer – HerCanberra.
Kate is highly active in the media, particularly in her home city, Canberra. She’s the nutrition writer for popular Canberra website HerCanberra and writes a weekly column. She’s also been featured in Cleo Magazine, Canberra City News, NineMSN, Canberra Weekly Magazine, Prime7 and the Canberra Times. If you’d like high quality nutrition content for you publication or website, please contact Kate for a quote.
Nutritionist – Heart Research Institute
Kate is proud to support this incredible research facility, funding cutting edge research into heart disease. Kate provides the HRI with recipes for their supporters and has assisted with a number of other projects over the past few years including writing their Healthy Heart eBook and creating a series of cooking videos that demonstrate quick, delicious, heart healthy recipes.
Nutrition spokesperson – Cenovis
Kate is the 2016 and 2017 nutrition spokesperson for Cenovis Australia. Her role is to promote good nutrition through practical advice for busy mums, with easy, vegetable rich recipes and talk through key research points gathered through Cenovis market research.
Enthusiastic Home Cook
Kate loves food! From the purchasing, to the preparation and finally the partaking! A passionate home cook, she believes that by learning basic skills in the kitchen anyone can have the healthy lifestyle they desire. Kate spends a lot of time writing and developing healthy, easy to follow recipes.
Family, Food and Photos!
Kate is married to a wonderful man and they’re raising two beautiful kids together. She loves taking photos of two things. Her food and her family. She uses a Canon 500D to shoot her own recipes and an iPhone 6S for all things social media. You can follow her foodie and family photos over on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Kate’s two favourite things are a good coffee and a good workout. Nothing better than coffee catch ups in a cosy cafe, straight after a killer workout!
Qualifications and Memberships
Graduate Diploma of Human Nutrition, Deakin University, 2011.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Nutrition, University of Canberra, 2004.
Registered Nutritionist, Nutrition Society of Australia, since 2011.
Board member – School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Food and Nutrition Advisory Board, Deakin University, from 2015 .