Sydney Naturopath

Joanne Kennedy is a Naturopath and specialist in MTHFR, Methylation and Histamine Intolerance.

Prior to establishing her own practice, Jo worked at MTHFR Support Australia as a Naturopath specialising in treating patients with the MTHFR gene mutation and methylation issues.

With her knowledge of methylation and biochemical pathways, Jo has helped hundreds of patients with chronic health issues finally heal.

Joanne also specialises in digestion & gut health, women’s hormones, mental health, fatigue and chronic skin conditions.

Joanne’s approach is to identify the root cause of illness. This is done by the use of functional pathology testing, assessing the biochemical individuality of each patient, assessing environmental exposures as well as individual genetic testing if required.

Treatment includes the use of evidenced based natural medicine including diet, supplements and herbal medicine.

Joanne believes education and knowledge is what empowers her patients to make long term positive changes towards optimal health.

For educational vlogs, follow Joanne on Instagram @joannekennedynaturopath.

Joanne holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Naturopathy and is a member of the Australian Natural Therapies Association (ANTA).

Nicole Costello is a Clinical Nutritionist with a special interest in histamine intolerance and digestive health.

A mother of teenage boys, Nicole understands life can be hard and hectic.  Her care for family and balanced health lead to a desire to also help others.  Nicole believes better choices of food and lifestyle are possible and have great benefits to happiness and wellbeing.  What you eat affects how you feel. How you feel affects how you act.

Being happy in mind and healthy in body requires complex and sometimes competing choices.  Nicole guides her clients in appropriate food choices for individual biochemistry. In discussing and discovering the health consequences of nutrition, her clients are empowered to make better decisions for themselves.

Nicole holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine.

Melanie Peers is a Clinical Nutritionist specialising in mould illness, oxalates, food intolerances, and children’s health.

Having first-hand experience with mould illness, oxalate toxicity and food intolerances in herself and her children, Melanie combines her passion and knowledge to help those who struggle when eating “healthy” makes them feel worse.

Melanie’s approach incorporates the role environmental factors such as mould, heavy metals and other chemicals have on our nutrient status and overall health in addition to what we eat.

Melanie holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine and is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS).