HELEN PIPER - Eat Good Nutrition


Helen Piper is a Sydney-based Nutritionist and owner of Eat Good Nutrition.


Helen started her professional life working in Public Relations, but after three years gave in to her love of food and nutrition, swapping heels and beauty launches for the student life in order to become a Nutritionist. Since graduating, Helen has worked for one of Australia’s leading nutrition organisations, developing and running nutrition education programs for community groups and large organisations.


At Eat Good, Helen combines her PR and nutrition skills, regularly commenting on nutrition topics for magazines and online publications, runs cooking classes for individuals and corporate groups, pantry overhauls for people looking to start fresh and ultimately, helps people make sustainable changes to their diet that will improve their health and make them feel great.


For more recipes and healthy food ideas, follow Helen on instagram @eatgoodnutrition


Cinthya Wibisono - Eat Good Nutrition


Cinthya Wibisono is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics (Honours) from the University of Wollongong. She is a registered member of the Dietitian’s Association of Australia (DAA), a member of the DAA’s NSW branch committee and the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA). 


Cinthya works with Eat Good Nutrition to provide a variety of nutrition consultancy services including individualised nutrition advice, nutrition seminars and cooking classes in corporate and community settings, including schools and childcare centres. 


Cinthya is presently undertaking a PhD at the University of Wollongong investigating the impact of dietary patterns on weight loss. She also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and has a background in advertising, public relations and marketing.  

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