Clarice Hebblewaithe

Christchurch

BSc Hons Nutrition Dietetics. NZRD.

Clarice is a UK and NZ Registered Dietitian with 10 years experience as chef and over 20 years as Nutritionist and Dietitian. She is widely regarded as a leading dietitian in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome, identifying and treating food intolerance and supporting nutritional needs for gastrointestinal surgery. Founder of NZ Dietitians Gastroenterology Interest group, Clarice worked for many years in Christchurch hospital and both The Oxford Clinic and then at Forte Health with Oxford Womens Health. She has grown the successful team of Dietary Specialists in Christchurch since 2007 and this is where she now consults. www.dietaryspecialists.co.nz  

Clarice is a regular speaker to groups including dietitians, doctors, nurses and health support groups. Clarice has also written several articles for Healthy Food Guide Magazine and has her blog sharing recipes, nutrition and lifestyle tips www.allnourishing.com.

Clarice truly has a passion for guiding people to achieve greater health and optimal wellbeing. Combining the wisdom of her experiences (which include working at Gwinganna health retreat) with the latest research, Clarice believes in helping the person achieve their goals with practical and tasty food ideas that suit their own lifestyle.

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Endometriosis NZ is fortunate in having educators and advisors who are trained and well informed in the understanding, treatment, management and evidence based self-management of endometriosis and pelvic pain. Your ENZ educator / advisor is happy to listen to you and discuss treatment and management options in the hope that they can help you find the treatment path which best suit you and that matters to you.

We can provide education and well-health coaching to girls and women. ENZ educators and advisors are not doctors or nurses and are not trained counsellors. Please note that the service does not take the place of a consultation with a registered doctor or health professional.