Brooke Norman is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA), who graduated from Deakin University with a Master of Dietetics in 2017. Prior to this, she completed her Bachelor of Food and Nutrition degree, graduating in 2014 with a major in Exercise Science. She has completed additional training in Nutrition Support for critical care and gut health.
Brooke is passionate about health and wellbeing, and loves promoting positive relationships with food. Brooke believes that nutrition is relevant to all people, and that education enables change. She has spent a number of months volunteering overseas in India and Thailand, teaching on the importance of nutrition throughout all life stages and working with groups and individuals to promote healthy eating and food safety.
Brooke joined the team at Peninsula Physical Health and Nutrition in 2018, where she works in the hospital setting and within a number of private clinics on the peninsula. Her areas of interest include cardiovascular disease, oncology, women’s health (including pre- and post-natal nutrition and PCOS), children’s nutrition, eating disorders, enteral nutrition and gastrointestinal issues including food intolerances, coeliac and diverticular disease.
Brooke also has a keen interest in sports nutrition, having been a competitive swimmer throughout her youth and working as a swimming coach for 6 years. She has worked as a dietitian for a number of sports teams, including most recently the Frankston Dolphins VFL team.
Where to find Brooke
You can contact Brooke at the following locations
Peninsula Physical Health and Nutrition (Head Office)
15 Railway Grove, Mornington
Phone: 03 5974 1011
Fax: 03 5974 1022
The Hastings Clinic
44 Victoria Street,
Phone: 03 5979 1605
Keys Medical Centre
211-215 Chapel Road,