Helping You Thrive.
Research confirms that the majority of our modern degenerative diseases are as a result of poor nutrition. Furthermore these deficiencies have detrimental effects upon behaviour, mental health and tour ability to cope with the stress of a modern, fast-paced life.
I feel that my role is as a translator- to take the nutritional, biochemical solutions and to translate them into the “mmmm" of real food solutions. My practice is to provide hands-on, written materials and instruction to aid in this process- simplifying the A-Z of nutrients for my clients.
Jillaine is dedicated to educating, informing and enabling parents and individuals in achieving their optimal health through nutritional therapy.
Nutritionist or Dietician - is there a difference?
As a nutritionist Jillaine has completed the same course requirements as that of a Naturopath- without the herbal medicine component. She believes Natural medicine to be more holistic- taking into account the whole person and takes a qualitative approach to foods.
Dietetics takes the government-approved line on food choices and often a more quantitative approach to food- if the numbers add up then quality is often secondary.
Jillaine practices as a qualified Nutritionist from her clinic room at Echidna Acupuncture Wooloowin and also operates a mobile consultancy, supporting people with their diet-related health endeavours in their own home kitchens. Jillaine’s is well versed in all areas of health and has had success in areas from autism to cardiovascular, diabetes, cancer, hormonal imbalance, immune disorders and digestive health.
Jillaine is now offering residential healing retreats at her Tasmanian organic farm. See the link below or contact Jillaine with enquiries regarding her next nutritional retreat.
Connecting my clients to a community of like minded foodies
Jillaine can help with:
Autistic Spectrum disorder
Asthma and allergies
Reproductive maternal and child health
Well, to use a popular euphemism, Jillaine Williams is the "real deal". She has been, intermittently, supervising cooking with my adult ASD son for around four years now and his confidence and proficiency with GAPS and his recovery increases with each session, so much so that I can now include my son's twin in the sessions without fear of him being dominated (despite being second born,she is, after all "the boss"). Yesterday was a super session, as when the girl was unexpectedly sick, (one of those who would bolt her food down without chewing and was a refluxy baby) Jillaine was on hand to inform her (and she, of course, will NOT listen to her mother)that she needed some acid to break down her food. What eventuated, and has been repeated at meal times since, is that the girl takes ownership and initiative to add an amount of ACV (apple cider vinegar) to water prior to eating. Voila. Improved digestion, mood, executive functioning etc. And, she now can make her favourite vegetable muffins without stress. Thank you Jillaine Williams