Our nutrition experts

We understand that early life nutrition can have a lasting effect through the childhood years and beyond.

Our experienced and caring team of nutrition professionals are committed to providing their expertise and support to help parents make the best nutrition choices for their infant or toddler, and are here to take your call.

Australia – Call 1800 22 46 32 (1800a2infant) Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm AEST.

New Zealand – Call 0800 22 46 32 (0800a2infant) Monday to Friday 10.30am to 7.00pm NZST.

Dr Elisa – Pediatrician

Elisa is a general paediatrician with a special interest in nutrition and health and well-being. She graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1995. Elisa has worked extensively in paediatric hospitals in Victoria and interstate, and currently has a private practice, as well as maintaining links with the Royal Children’s Hospital and Monash University in the Health and Well Being Program. She has spoken widely in Australia as well as overseas.
Elisa is the mother of four children, ranging in age from six to sixteen years.

Shae – Dietitian

Shae is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) specialising in paediatric nutrition. Shae holds a Masters in Dietetics and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Food Science and Nutrition) from Deakin University (Australia). She undertakes regular professional development in paediatrics and holds a certificate from the Royal Children’s Hospital in Victoria.

Shae has a special interest in food allergy and food intolerance in infants and is committed to supporting families to continue to breastfeed and during the introduction of solids.

Robyn – Dietitian

Robyn is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). She achieved her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics from Deakin University in 2002 and also has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) from RMIT University.

As a mother of two young children and an experienced Dietitian, Robyn has a particular interest in helping children with food allergies and intolerances, developmental and behavioural difficulties.

Back to our expertise
Back to top