Tracy Thompson (APD) - Dietitian & Nutritionist.

Tracy Thompson is a Dietitian & Nutritionist with a passion and joy for food. Tracy specialises in using evidence based practices to maximise health outcomes through the provision of strategic and individualised nutritional counselling to best achieve your nutritional goals.


Tracy has taken a keen interest and is skilled in understanding and interpreting the complexity of individual food habits, and the effect of these on nutritional status and overall health. She is qualified to be able to cut through all of the marketing hype, all of that confusing, and often conflicting information that is part of our modern food environment.  She can help you understand how to eat in a balanced way to support health, that can fit in with your routine, and eating preferences.


Tracy is a working mum who understands that life isn’t always straight forward, and nutrition needs to be adaptable and individualised to be easy, and to help us cope with life’s responsibilities and challenges.  She loves to spend time with her family and get involved with her community as much as she can.


Tracy works privately at Brunswick Integrative Care in Brunswick East, Melbourne.



Three great reasons to see an APD:

  1. You’re an individual – APDs get that. APDs take time to understand your unique situation and work with you to come up with a plan to reach your nutrition and health goals (and to fit in your lifestyle, family commitments, and all the other things can make achieving good health that little bit more challenging!).
  2. Advice from APDs is based on science (minus the jargon). APDs are registered and required to keep up-to-date with the latest in nutrition science, they then translate this into practical, everyday advice that works. So you can trust the professional advice of an APD as it’s science-based - no fly-by-night fad diets here!
  3. Rebates + professional advice = What’s not to love? Some rebates are available through Medicare and private health funds to see an APD. Ask your doctor for more information or a referral. Check with your health fund, you can even self-refer when you have extras with many funds.