Tue, 13 June|
Woodend Neighbourhood House
Empower your Health Through Nutrition
Learn strategies to empower your health. Each week, Louise will focus on a different topic including boosting winter immunity, optimising brain power, bullet proofing bone and heart health and navigating the world of hormones.
Time & Location
13 June, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Woodend Neighbourhood House, 47 Forest St, Woodend VIC 3442, Australia
About the Event
What's it all about?
Learn strategies to empower your health. The four week short course will cover the following topics:
Week 1 - Prime your immune system for winter We will cover the best nutrients to boost immunity, the best foods to nurture your gut and support your immune system and we'll make a quick pesto recipe brimming with antioxidants.
Week 2 - Optimise your brain power and drive for life through nutrition Latest research into longevity and dementia prevention. Key nutritional elements to live longer with strong mental health and cognitive function. We'll be whipping up a superfood smoothie that won't break the budget.
Week 3- Bullet proof your bone and heart health through nutrition Learn the key elements to grow strong bones and protect your heart at the same time. Develop your own set of goals to achieve physical strength into the future through nutrition. snack on our easy budget friendly frittata.
Week 4- Navigate the world of hormones through teenage years to mid life through intuitive nutrition Focusing on the 101 of hormones and making them work for you. Food solutions to premenstrual syndromes - moods, skin, pain and bloating issues. Strategies to quell perimenopause symptoms and power you into the best phase of your life. Chocolate brownies for the whole family.
Who will be teaching?
Louise Nicholson is the Director of Perfectly Nourished. She takes complex nutritional science and human physiology and distills both into relatable content designed to educate and improve one’s health, whilst minimising our impact on nature.
Louise is a degree qualified Nutritionist who graduated thirty years ago. She spent her early years working as a Consultant Nutritionist with an AFL football club and the Victorian Triathlon Association, whilst she trained towards the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
During the past 15 years Louise pursued her passion for Paramedics, gaining her second science degree before working within the community. Most recently she taught Paramedic Science at Victoria University. It was while caring for patients severely impacted by chronic disease that she became disillusioned with the current medical system, whose practices she believes only provide band-aid solutions to underlying problems.
Driven to have a more wholistic impact on what is becoming an unsustainable public health burden she returned to her Nutrition roots, completing further studies in gut health with renowned American Gastroenterologist, Dr. Will Buslwiesz, author of the New York Times best seller, Fiber Fueled.In April 2022 Louise travelled to Texas to attend What Good Can I Do? an inaugural conference covering all matters regenerative agriculture, food, nutrition, wellbeing and our connection with mother nature.
Louise is happiest at home in the countryside of Trentham, Victoria with her husband and family of three golden retrievers. Her relationship with a beautiful natural habitat and her animals keeps her grounded and serves as a reminder that sustainable wellbeing can be achieved from simple connections in life such as high quality food, one another and nature itself.
Term 2 2023 Information
This four-week short course will run between 7pm - 9pm on Tuesday 23rd May, Tuesday 30th May, Tuesday 6th June and Tuesday 13th June. The cost for the four sessions is $120 per participant.