Gastrointestinal Dietitians

Accredited Practising Dietitians from My Nutrition Clinic

Aloysa Hourigan

Gastrointestinal disease and eating disorders

Molly Warner

Coeliac Disease, Gut Health and IBS

How I can help….

A gastrointestinal Dietitian is an expert in nutrition and can give practical strategies to manage symptoms and strengthen your gut biome.

Conditions that a Gastrointestinal dietitian can help with:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease e.g Crohns, Ulcerative colitis

  • Chronic diarrhoea and constipation

  • IBS and low FODMAP diets

  • Reflux and Barratt’s oesophagus

  • Diverticular disease

  • Liver disease and pancreatitis

  • Coeliac Disease

Aloysa Hourigan, Accredited Practising Dietitian

Aloysa has over 20 years experience as a Dietitian and has worked for Nutrition Australia and running her own private practice in Brisbane. In addition to her dietetic qualifications Aloysa has a Graduate Diploma in Counselling from the Queensland University of Technology.

Having a counselling qualification alongside expertise in nutrition and food has led Aloysa to focus on the area of eating disorders and has a great deal of compassion and experience providing support for long-term recovery. Aloysa sees clients with eating disorders both in Robina Private Hospital and in our clinic. Having 20 years working in private practice and with Nutrition Australia has given Aloysa extensive experience helping clients manage the symptoms of a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders leading to improvements in quality of life and stronger gut health.

Aloysa has a great passion for food and for all things associated with the social pleasure of eating and its impact on health.

Molly Warner, Accredited Practising Dietitian

Molly is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and uses nutrition to improve quality of life through health, comfort and happiness. Molly lives with Coeliac disease herself and regularly gives free shopping tours for Coeliac Queensland. Molly’s personal experience has led to her professional interest in gut health and the impact it can have on almost all aspects of health including the immune system, mental health and chronic and autoimmune diseases. Molly has an impressive knowledge of foods and local products you can easily introduce into your daily routine to turn around your gut health.

Changing your diet along with any habit can be hard to change however there are lots of simple strategies that can be used to make transitions easier. Molly has training in behaviour change techniques such as motivational interviewing and uses them daily in her work through our ‘My Health for Life’ groups, with individual clients in the clinic and with patients at Robina Private Hospital. Because of these skills, Molly is our preferred practitioner for anyone sick of ‘dieting’ and would like to try a longer term approach to weight management and relationships with food.

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