Founder and Managing Director
Kate Freeman is the founder and managing director of The Healthy Eating Hub.
After 15+ years in the weight loss industry, Kate was dissatisfied with the lack of credible programs available to educate and empower people to change their eating habits long term. So, she created one herself.
The Healthy Eating Hub is based on the philosophy that everyone is a valuable and capable adult who simply needs to learn the skills and build the confidence to eat well long term.
It combines one-on-one support with online habit building modules that teach people how to eat well long term, one habit at a time.
It uses a concept called ‘flip-learning’ and combines that with recipes, smart meal planning, lots of practical advice and habit tracking to help you make true change.
My vision is to set people free from food stress and teach people how to eat well for the rest of your life.
I want you to feel the freedom that is healthy eating without rules!
I’m Kate, a registered nutritionist, wife, mum of two, food lover and love holding random vegetables in photoshoots. I want you to be free from food stress, confident in your food choices, healthy and more than anything, move on with your life and do the things that make you happy!
Realistic and sustainable advice!
With 15 years under her belt working and studying in the nutrition and health industry, Kate Freeman, is a highly sought after speaker, writer and content creator who offers a range of services including cooking demonstrations, corporate presentations, menu and recipe analysis, health writing and much more.
Kate is also the founder of Canberra’s largest nutrition and dietetics practice – The Healthy Eating Clinic.
The Healthy Eating Clinic is Canberra’s largest collective of university qualified nutritionists and dietitians. The dietetic team at The Clinic offers individualised healthy eating advice to maximise your health and achieve your goals.
Finalist – Canberra Business Women’s Awards
In 2019 she was a finalist in the Canberra Business women’s Awards – Innovation category for her work on The Healthy Eating Hub’s signature program.
Join Kate for a daily dollop of sustainable and realistic nutrition advice!
The Daily Dollop with Kate Freeman
A daily podcast giving you a dollop of advice from registered nutritionist Kate Freeman. The Daily Dollop calls out nutritional ‘woo’, removes food stress and teaches you how to build healthy eating habits instead of dieting.
A practical, whole foods approach to nutrition and healthy eating.
Kate believes in a whole foods approach to good health, focusing on practical strategies for modern, busy people. Her healthy eating philosophy is all about balance and creating long term healthy habits. She doesn’t believe in detoxes, fad diets, quick fixes or eliminating whole food groups. Her advice is based on sound scientific evidence combined with 15 years experience in the nutrition and weight loss industry.
Enthusiastic Home Cook
Kate loves food! From the purchasing, to the preparation and finally the partaking! A passionate home cook, she believes that by learning basic skills in the kitchen anyone can have the healthy lifestyle they desire. Kate spends a lot of time writing and developing healthy, easy to follow recipes.
Family, Food and Photos!
Kate is married to a wonderful man and they’re raising two beautiful kids together. She loves taking photos of two things. Her food and her family. She uses a Sony to shoot her own recipes and an iPhone 10 for all things social media. You can follow her foodie and family photos over on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Kate’s two favourite things are a good coffee and a good workout. Nothing better than coffee catch ups in a cosy cafe, straight after a killer workout!
Qualifications and Memberships
Masters of Human Nutrition, Deakin Univeristy, 2017.
Graduate Diploma of Human Nutrition, Deakin University, 2011.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Nutrition, University of Canberra, 2004.
Registered Nutritionist, Nutrition Society of Australia, since 2011.
Board member – School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Food and Nutrition Advisory Board, Deakin University, from 2015-2019 .
In the media:
July 2017: Working mums use holiday time to care for kids with colds and flu
Quoted in article:
July 2017: My interview about the Cenovis Immunity Index 2017
Mix106.3 Canberra Radio
Feb 2017: My comments on the proposed junk food ban
SBS World News
Feb 2017: Taxing sugar and fat would extend life expectancy by eight days
The Sydney Morning Herald
2016: Working mothers put their health second, research shows
2016: Mother’s Day: Exhausted mums working 80 hours a week
2016: Mum flu: Yes, it’s a thing!
2016: A new type of flu has been diagnosed – ‘mum flu’ and it has some unique characteristics