Newtown Nutrition

Ph (02) 9517 9932
Newtown Nutrition Office Location:
Suite 2, Level 1, 333 King St, Newtown

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Meet our Dietitians

Each of our dietitians have a different range of experience and expertise so you can choose one that suits your needs. Our staff are fully qualified, University-trained, nutrition professionals and are Accredited Practising Dietitians (APD) and Accredited Nutritionists (AN).


Liz established Newtown Nutrition in 2000 and has since helped many people with a broad range of health issues improve their diet, nutrition and health.

Liz now focuses on helping people with chronic health issues to reduce their symptoms and improve their health and vitality.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Liz has a special interest in helping people with gut problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Liz has developed a programme to help clients wade through this complex health issue to identify factors that trigger their symptoms and achieve a happier and healthier gut.

Food intolerance

Liz has a particular interest in helping people with food intolerances to identify which foods or components of foods triggers symptoms for you. Having had personal experiences with food intolerances and knowing what a difference identifying them can make, she is keen to help you to feel better too!


Liz loves a challenge! Too many people with multiple health issues or health issues that don't fit into a neat medical 'box' (eg IBS, CFS, MCS, Fibromyalgia) get lost in the system and their nutritional and food issues are out in the 'too hard basket'. Liz is happy to offer support, empathy and understanding and help you to find some solutions to improve your symptoms.

Liz has a passion for environmental issues and sustainability - especially when it comes to food! If you have any questions about reducing your footprint by your food choice, whether you should eat organic or local or how to reduce your food waste Liz is your go-to (organic & local!) girl.

Liz's work hours:
Monday 1pm-630pm (Skype only)
Tuesday 9am-730pm (Skype only)

Wednesday 9am-730pm (Skype only)
Thursday 9am -730pm

Friday 9am-5pm 
Saturday (alternate) 9am-4pm


Ines Astudillo is an Accredited Practising Dietitian & Sports Dietitian . Ines graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition Honours) and has since been working in the private sector as a consultant dietitian. In this setting, Ines had the pleasure of working with many different people and has gained great experience in a wide range of nutrition areas.

Ines is passionate about nutrition and can't help having a 'get to the bottom of it' approach to her practise. Ines believes each person is different and unique; deserving personalised advice and recommendations. She aims to deliver the advice and support that tackles the heart of the issue and constantly looks for new ways and information to give the best she can.

Ines has special expertise in four nutrition areas :

Sports nutrition : Ines is passionate about helping people appreciate how important it is to support the body with good nutrition for optimal performance and recovery. Ines can provide nutritional advice for weight loss, fitness, endurance training, resistance training, a variety of sports, body composition (increase muscle, reduce fat), competition, hydration, the adolescent athlete and more. Ines has completed her ISAK Level 1 Anthropometry Accreditation.

Gastrointestinal disorders : Ines understands that a person living with gut issues is likely to be experiencing a very tough time. She can help sort through symptoms such as excessive bloating, diarrhoea, constipation, flatulence and abdominal cramps . Ines can provide guidance and support through FODMAPs and RPAH Elimination diet. Conditions include Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn's Disease, ulcerative colitis, food allergies and food intolerances .

Paediatric nutrition : Ines empathises when it comes to the many challenges parents may face when it comes to feeding their children. Even more so if the child is described as a fussy or picky eater, problem feeder, having poor growth, not gaining weight, overweight, or reacting to food. Ines is trained in the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding which is a multifaceted therapy approach to assessing children that are problem feeders, picky eaters, and food aversive. Ines works with parents to help assess, identify and understand what may be influencing their child's eating experience, skills and behaviour; to enable steps that may help improve the feeding challenges and have their child eating better.

Weight management: Ines believes that eating habits are complex. Achieving a weight goal, whether it is to lose weight or gain weight, is certainly not a simple as a diet sheet. Ines will consider your individual lifestyle, food habits, food preferences, barriers and reasons for eating, to look for practical recommendations that apply to you. Ines is experienced in translating the nutritional science of energy and weight, into simple but meaningful changes in eating habits. She supports making realistic changes to diet and eating behaviours for steady and sustainable results. Ines can also help people with obesity surgery, particularly LapBand and sleeve gastrectomy.

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Ines can also provide consultations in Spanish.

Ines's work hours (Skype only):
Wednesday 530pm-8pm 


Kate Gudorf  is an expert in diet, nutrition and disease prevention. Kate specialises in weight management and weight loss, insulin resistance and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).  Kate is able to help her clients achieve and maintain their weight loss and health goals by using a variety of strategies, including goals setting, motivational interviewing and mindfulness.   Kate employs a client-centred, individualised goal-orientated approach to helping her clients achieve their goals.

Kate also specialises in diabetes care and is currently undergoing continuing education at University of Technology Sydney to become a Credentialed Diabetes Educator.  

Kate has experience working with a variety of clients across all ages and backgrounds for a range of health conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, food allergies and intolerances, sports nutrition, insulin resistance, PCOS, weight loss, eating disorders, and for general health and wellbeing.  

Kate is passionate about nutrition and this passion is evident in her approach to nutrition. Kate is an avid believer in the connection between diet, lifestyle and disease prevention. She actively applies this belief in her practice, helping patients take a proactive approach to health.

Kate has undergone additional training in the use and interpretation of nutritionally-related genetic tests and she is able to conduct genetic testing in the office.

Kate is a media spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia and she enjoys writing about food, nutrition and health-related topics.  In her free time, she enjoys cooking, testing and developing new recipes and fitness and outdoor training. 

Kate's work hours:
Monday 1pm-630pm
Saturday (alternate) 10am-4pm


Hi, I'm Amanda, an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Nutritionist and qualified Personal Trainer. 

I am passionate about inspiring and empowering people to maintain healthier eating,  physical activity and lifestyle behaviours in order to improve their health and wellbeing. What I love most about working in the nutrition and fitness industry is being able to help improve the quality of life of my clients, whether it is to help you relieve your symptoms, manage your particular health condition, achieve more energy, enhance your self-confidence, sleep better, or improve your mobility, strength and cardiovascular fitness.  

I re spect that everyone has different beliefs, values, cultural influences and social factors that influence eating and activity habits, and I love helping my clients identify their personal health goals and realistic ways to achieve them.

While I can provide nutrition education and support for a range of diet-related conditions, I am particularly interested in helping people achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. Using a non-dieting approach to eating, and focusing on positive long-term behaviour changes, together we come up with a plan that fits your personal needs, preferences and lifestyle.  I can provide ongoing support to develop your knowledge and skills that enable managing different factors affecting your eating and weight loss goals, including habits, emotions and social, work and home environments.

With a love of cooking and experimenting with recipes I spend many hours in my kitchen at home. I am however a big fan of cooking in bulk and saving myself time for a busy week ahead. Feel free to ask me for recipes or food preparation ideas and tips.

As a personal trainer and strong believer in the benefits of physical activity and how good you can feel after exercise, I can also work with you to find ways of incorporating more movement and activity into your lifestyle. If you are looking to improve your mobility, muscle and bone strength, metabolism and general feeling of wellness, helping you could simply involve us having a chat about making small changes, or developing a personalised home-based exercise program for you, or even joining me in the fresh air for a training session!

Amanda's work hours*:
Tuesday (alternate) 430pm-730pm
Wednesday 9am-430pm

Saturday (alternate) 9am-4pm

*Additional hours may be available via Skype on request