Eleise is a university qualified Nutritionist from Melbourne, Australia.
After studying a Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedics), she later went on to follow her passion for nutrition science and completed a Master of Human Nutrition at Deakin University. While living abroad in Vietnam she completed an internship at the Ho Chi Minh Nutrition Centre.
Since 2015 she has been working as a health and nutrition writer, copy and content creator and consultant to corporate businesses and food industry organisations. Aspiring scientist also a recent addition to this list.
Since relocating back to Melbourne she has decide to take her love for science communication to the next level and is currently completing a Bachelor of Science majoring in Genomics and Cell Biology.
How does Eleise make health a priority?
"I'm happiest when I’m traveling to new places, exploring foreign supermarkets and eating exciting food. Yoga, running and snow skiing are my top picks for staying active."
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Articles by this author
Armour Thyroid and Synthroid are medications used to treat hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid).
Synthroid is the most commonly prescribed, however some claim Armour Thyroid produces better results.
So, which is the best treatment for you?
This article looks at the evidence for both to help you decide.[Discover More…]
The FAILSAFE diet is an elimination diet to test for food chemical sensitivities.
It’s also commonly called the RPAH diet.
This article takes a closer look at what it is, how it works and who might benefit from it.[Discover More…]
[Last updated 12th June, 2019]
L-arginine supplements are popular among athletes.
Many believe that L-arginine can increase oxygen delivery to muscles and decrease lactic acid build-up.
There are also claims that it can help with a number of health conditions such as blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
This article looks into what L-arginine is, what it does and whether there is evidence to back up these claims.[Discover More…]
[Last updated 7th March, 2023]
Magnesium is an essential mineral thought to several potential health benefits.
This ranges from improving energy levels to treating constipation.
This article explores the uses and possible side effects of the most common forms, magnesium citrate and magnesium oxide.[Discover More…]
Fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet, especially for optimal digestive health.
But conflicting information about what type of fiber and how much to eat can be confusing.
This article breaks down what fiber is and how it can protect you from digestive disorders and discomfort.[Discover More…]
Weight loss teas claim to suppress appetite, increase fat burning and boost metabolism.
But do they work?
This article takes a sales-free look at the scientific evidence.[Discover More…]
T4 and T3 are important hormones produced by the thyroid gland.
Unfortunately, several thyroid conditions can cause abnormal levels in the blood.
This article will explain the actions of T4 and T3 and how to interpret test results.[Discover More…]
Some lack the enzymes required to digest specific foods.
This can cause a range of digestive issues including gas, bloating, and diarrhea.
Digestive enzyme supplements may remedy this, but it depends on what food intolerance is the problem.
This article is a sales-free look at the effectiveness of digestive enzyme supplements, based on the latest scientific evidence.[Discover More…]
Hypothyroidism is becoming increasingly more common in Western countries.
One of the main symptoms of this hormone disorder is a slower metabolism and gradual weight gain.
Low carb and ketogenic diets have emerged as popular approaches to weight loss, at least in otherwise healthy individuals. But there is some controversy over the safety of these eating patterns for hypothyroidism.
This article reviews the scientific evidence available.[Discover More…]
[Last updated 29th May, 2018]
Diarrhea is not a disease in itself, but rather a symptom of other issues.
Depending on the cause, diet changes can have a tremendous influence on prevention and treatment.
This article explores what is scientifically shown to help stop diarrhea.[Discover More…]