• Madeleine Lawson

    Bachelor of Food Science & Nutrition
    Master of Dietetics
    Eating Disorder Dietitian
    FODMAP and IBS Qualified
    Food Intolerances and Allergies
    Diabetic Health
    Sports Dietitian

    Maddie is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) and holds a Masters of Dietetics and a Bachelor Degree of Nutrition Science from Deakin University.  She has also completed the Monash FODMAP Training Course for Dietitians, is an Eating Disorder Dietitian and is a member of Sports Dietitians Australia.

    Maddie has great experience in both private practice and the sporting sector and currently works as the Dietitian for the VFL Team Box Hill Hawks and as an Assistant Dietitian for Hawthorn Football Club.

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Eating Disorder Dietitian:

Maddie’s specialist training in eating disorders and disordered eating enable her to work with clients with a wide range of conditions.

Find our more about Eating Disorder Dietetics here.


IBS and Gut Health Dietitian:

Maddie is an expert on Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and FODMAP. Find out more about IBS and Gut health here.

To further help her clients, Maddie has specifically developed an IBS and Gut Health program, working with clients to positively improve the often debilitating symptoms of IBS and Gut issues. Find out more about the 10 Week IBS Program here.

Maddie’s passion is to find strategies that appeal to every individual clients needs and lifestyle, supporting them to make positive changes to achieve their goals.  Maddie works with a variety of age groups, assisting with:

  • food intolerances and allergies
  • healthy eating
  • diabetes management
  • cardiovascular and heart health
  • nutritional deficiencies
  • sports nutrition
  • vegetarian, vegan and plant-based diets
  • general healthy eating for wellbeing

Maddie’s passion for nutrition began in her late teens where she began competing as a long-distance and track runner for Deakin University and Richmond Harriers. During this time, she experienced the all-too-common trap of over-exercising and under-fuelling. After receiving support and advice from a Sports Dietitian, she experienced first-hand the impact of improving your relationship with food and adequate fuelling to not only improve performance but overall quality of life. This is where Maddie’s passion grew for helping others to also improve their relationship with food, empowering them to make choices that support all areas of health and wellbeing in their lives also.

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