BSc (Nutrition), GradCert (Community Nutrition), MSc (Nutrition and Dietetics)
Macy Kwan is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and founder of the Soul Fruitful. She is passionate to support individuals to achieve their health goals by providing high-quality health and nutrition counselling.
In the recent years, Macy has developed interests in treating eating disorders/ disordered eating and anxiety towards body image. Macy practices holistically by caring for your overall well-being including your physical health, relationship with food, body image, lifestyle, and food preferences to design a care plan that you feel confident to implement. Macy provides nutrition advice based on scientific evidence, which helps you to distinguish the massive health info flowing on the internet and to clear your questions about nutrition.
Macy has diverse interests and knowledge in food and nutrition based on her wide exposure to food cultures in the cities she lived in, including Hong Kong, Wyoming (USA), Minnesota (USA), Canberra and Brisbane. That gives an advantage of her to tailor a care plan that fits your food culture. She is competent in three languages including English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.
Before establishing the Soul Fruitful Dietetics, Macy worked at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for nutritional studies for three years. She was involved in a wide range of research including elderly health, pregnancy health, and paediatric nutrition. She also conducted individual nutrition counselling at the university and was interviewed by local TV broadcast media to deliver nutrition knowledge to the public.
Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Metabolism) (USYD), Master of Nutrition and Dietetics (USYD)
Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Management (UTS)
Krysten is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and a Diabetes Educator. She has published the journal article ‘Socio-Demographic Determinant of Diet Quality in Australian Adults Using the Validated HEIFA-2013’, which was also presented at the Healthcare Journal and the Dietitians Association of Australia conference.
As an APD, she has experience in providing dietary intervention on a variety of topics, including:
Diabetes (type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes)
Other chronic diseases management, such as cardiovascular diseases, gout, GORD
General child health
She also provides self-management education for people living with diabetes and their families/carers as a diabetes educator, such as:
Providing education on diabetes knowledge
Providing information and helping people to the most suitable glucose monitoring device
Assisting and educating people on diabetes medication and insulin injection
The nutrition and dietetics information that Krysten delivers to her patients is evidence-based and is backed by science. Krysten is good at providing easy-to-understand information to her patients, with practical day-to-day applications to explain complex nutrition-related knowledge.
Having been born and raised in Hong Kong before coming to Australia to study when she was 15 years old, Krysten is familiar with both Chinese and Western diets. Being exceptionally experienced with patients of multi-cultural backgrounds, including Middle Eastern and Mediterranean, Krysten provides culturally appropriate diet advances and meal plans for her patients, who have different medical requirements.
Patients find Krysten a very loving and caring dietitian who can provide them with practical and realistic plans to achieve their targets. Krysten can speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
M. DietSt, B. HlthSc (Nutrition Major)
Angie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). Angie’s aspiration to work as a dietitian grew from observing the need for increased health promotion and working in different workplaces. These experiences drive her passion for providing individualised care that is flexible and responsive to your health goals, based on your unique preferences.
Angie attained her Master of Dietetic Studies and Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nutrition Major) from the University of Queensland. Her areas of interest are chronic disease management (diabetes & cardiovascular disease), weight management, malnutrition and women’s health. Angie has experience in providing in-service training on malnutrition screening and leading gestational diabetes education groups in hospitals.
She has experience working in various clinical settings, including hospital, private practice, community, food service and rehabilitation facility. Angie can speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin.