Jodie Persovic

Dietitian | Naturopath | Herbalist
Soul Nutrition Jodie

About JODIE

Dietitian (APD)  |  Nutritionist – BHSc (Nutr & Diet)
Naturopath  |  Herbal Medicine –
AdvDip (Nat & HM)

Jodie is a Qualified Dietitian, Naturopath, Herbalist and Nutritionist.

With extensive training in nutrition and complementary medicine, she has worked in the health industry for over 20 years.

Soul Nutrition Jodie

About JODIE

Dietitian (APD)  |  Nutritionist – BHSc (Nutr & Diet)
Naturopath  |  Herbal Medicine –
AdvDip (Nat & HM)

Jodie is a Qualified Dietitian, Naturopath, Herbalist and Nutritionist.

With extensive training in nutrition and complementary medicine, she has worked in the health industry for over 20 years.

GUT

Gut

  • can’t go
  • can’t stop going
  • bloating, pains
  • heartburn, reflux
  • just about everything

WEIGHT

  • too much
  • won’t budge
  • tried everything
  • lost then regained
  • plateau, ready to give up

CHOLESTEROL

Cholesterol Icon

  • don’t want statins
  • keto has made it worse
  • fatty liver
  • high blood pressure
  • confused

FATIGUE

Fatigue

  • bone-tired
  • brain fog, cloudy head
  • exhausted
  • terrible memory
  • each day’s a struggle

HORMONES

Hormones

  • I get so angry
  • … then burst into tears
  • worst PMS ever
  • flooding, pains
  • hot flushes, can’t sleep

MOOD / SKIN

Mood / Skin

  • feeling down
  • feeling anxious
  • terrible PMS
  • acne getting me down
  • skin condition not healing

PAIN

No Pain

  • joint pain, muscle pains
  • period pain
  • nerve pain
  • headaches, migraines
  • stomach pains

BLOOD SUGAR

Blood Test

  • keeps going up
  • don’t want to start insulin
  • not another medication
  • don’t know what to eat
  • can I reverse diabetes?

Latest Recipes

Cheesy Muffins

Cheesy Muffins

Prep time - 15minsCooking time - 15minsServes - 6Serves - 6 (2 muffins)per Serve - main ingredients only: 225 cal / 950 kJ Egg muffins make a perfect grab and go breakfast. They are very adaptable, with the spinach easily substituted for another...

Chilli Con Carne

Chilli Con Carne

Prep time - 20minsCooking time - 60minsServes - 8Serves - 8per Serve - main ingredients:     290 cal   /   1210 kJ Heat the olive oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the onions, capsicums and garlic and cook for a few minutes until...

Chocolate Torte

Chocolate Torte

Prep time - 20minsCooking time - 25minsServes - 16Serves - 16per Serve - main ingredients: 145 cal / 600 kJ All credit for this recipe goes to Patricia Daly from her book 'The Ketogenic Kitchen' (by Domini Kemp and Patricia Daly). For those...

Lamb Koftas

Lamb Koftas

Prep time - 20minsCooking time - 15minsServes - 4Serves: 4Per Serve - main ingredients + 1/3 cup cous cous:  290 cal   /   1200 kJFor Gluten Free: use rice or quinoa instead of cous cous For a ketogenic diet replace the cous cous with green...

Salmon on Rye

Salmon on Rye

Prep time - 10minsCooking time - 0minsServes - 2Serves - 2per Serve - main ingredients: 300 cal /1260 kJ for Gluten Free - use gluten free crackers or bread Making the Salmon DipAdd the tinned salmon to a bowl and mash through with a fork, making...

Articles

Ramp up the detox

Ramp up the detox

It’s an unfortunate fact of modern life that we are exposed to all manner of toxins; in our homes, cars and workplaces, in the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink.

What does your poo say about you

What does your poo say about you

Nobody wants to talk about it, but your toilet habits can say a lot about your overall health, do you spend way too much time in the loo or experience constipation, diarrhea, pain, bloating or flatulence? These symptoms can be a sign you may have a functional gut disorder.

Pea for pain

Pea for pain

Research has shown PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) to have anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and anti-nociceptive (anti-pain) properties and taking it regularly may boost your body’s natural response to pain by acting on the nerve cells which cause pain.

The benefits of collagen

The benefits of collagen

Taking collagen for its health and healing properties has become a popular trend in recent years. Naturally found in the connective tissue of animals, it is the main protein responsible for keeping the tissue that connects, supports, binds, or separates other tissues or organs firm and flexible.

Find your Fibre!

Find your Fibre!

We all need fibre. Whether you’re a fan of low carb, intermittent fasting or another style of eating, this unique nutrient does wonders for our health. Fibre is also known as roughage.