Kate Freeman is the founder and managing director of The Healthy Eating Hub. Kate’s healthy eating philosophy is all about being realistic and creating long term healthy eating 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 over 13 years experience in the nutrition and weight loss industry.
Kate is passionate about showing people practical, easy ways to make good nutrition a regular part of their life, especially for those who are busy or manage a family.
I guarantee that you’ll leave your appointment at The Healthy Eating Hub feeling inspired and motivated to change your eating habits, for life!
- Registered Nutritionist (RNutr) with the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA).
- Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Canberra (2004).
- Graduate Diploma in Human Nutrition from Deakin University (2011).
- Masters of Human Nutrition from Deakin University (2017).
Q&A with Kate!
What’s your favourite food?
Ah… ‘foods’. There are a few: halloumi, feta, avocado, dark chocolate, sourdough, extra-virgin olive oil, garlic, and pine nuts.
What’s your favourite cooking method?
Sautéing – I sauté everything from meat, chicken, vegetables, halloumi… I always add a good quality extra-virgin olive oil and garlic!
Why did you became a nutritionist?
I originally wanted to become a doctor, but then decided that I wasn’t so keen with actually looking at peoples’ insides. I decided that nutrition was health related but I didn’t need to poke people with needles or slice parts of them open to do my job. Plus cooking, eating and enjoying food is just the BEST!
What’s your superpower?
I can predict the future. Nah, just jokes, but I’m good at using my gut to make decisions. Which is clever considering my job. Get it? Nutritionist – gut, nutrition is in food and it goes through the gut… anyhooo…
Your audacious goal?
Take The Healthy Eating Hub Australia wide!
5 organisation tips that help you eat well:
I actually wrote a whole blog post on this. You can read it here.