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About Four Seasons Dietetics

Our core philosophy is that every individual’s nutritional requirements are unique and variable with genetics, life stage, personal goals and environment. We believe that nutrition is dynamic, and requires modifications through different seasons – which is why we tailor unique nutritional plans and provide ongoing management for all of our clients to reflect alterations in individual goals. 

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Claire Ho

FOUNDER AND LEADING DIETITIAN

 

Qualifications and Memberships

  • Master of Dietetics (Deakin University)

  • Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Metabolism) (University of Sydney)

  • Member of Dietitians Australia (DAA)- Vice-Convenor of NSW Branch Leadership Committee 

  • Member of Hong Kong Dietitians Association (HKDA)

  • Trained in IBS and Low FODMAP Diet with Monash University

Claire Ho is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and Accredited Nutritionist (AN) with special interests in the area of preventative nutrition, oncology and gastrointestinal disorders including Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. She dedicates her time to supporting clients through her nutrition practice, Four Seasons Dietetics, and serves as a Clinical Dietitian at Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Claire Ho was trained at one of the leading cancer care hospitals in Australia, Peter MacCallum Centre, in which her involvement allowed her to fully comprehend the importance of proper nutrition in supporting a patient’s treatment journey – and further develop her interest in preventative health

Throughout her career, Claire has collaborated with renowned organizations such as Sydney Adventist Hospital, Cancer Council NSW, Nutrition Australia NSW, and Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute to promote awareness of good nutrition.

Claire believes that optimal health requires a holistic and constantly evolving approach. She understands that each individual's nutrition requirements are unique, influenced by genetics, life stage, goals, and the environment. To provide the best care possible, Claire combines evidence-based knowledge with a patient-centred approach, delivering tailored and holistic care plans.

In addition to offering in-person and online consultations at her clinic rooms in Wynard and Wahroonga, Claire frequently engages with communities and organizations, delivering talks and workshops on nutrition. Her aim is to empower individuals and foster a better understanding of the vital role nutrition plays in overall well-being.

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