Tabitha McIntosh is an experienced and respected Naturopath, Clinical Nutritionist, author, and educator with over 12 years of clinical experience.
After attaining her Bachelor of Medical Science (University of NSW, 2001), she went on to pursue her passion for Integrative healthcare by completing an Advanced Diploma Naturopathy & Diploma Nutrition (Nature Care College, 2005), and Post Grad Dip of applied Science in Nutritional & Environmental Medicine (Swinburne University, 2006).
Absolutely passionate about improving the health of everyone she comes in contact with, Tabitha’s resume includes presenting at conferences and professional development seminars around Australia and NZ, as well contributing to publications and Natural Medicine textbooks such as Clinical Naturopathic Medicine Second Edition in the areas of Paediatric Nutrition, and Environmental Medicine.
Whilst running her own Sydney-based private clinical practice for well over a decade, Tabitha has maintained her commitment to the wellbeing of her clients, and she has trail blazed by extending herself to work collaboratively with each unique clients chosen Health Care Team. This has meant developing the skill to regularly communicate with General Practitioners and medical specialists such as Obstetricians, Paediatricians, Endocrinologists and Oncologists.
In addition to her private practice and years of teaching at both Endeavour College of Natural Health and Nature Care College, Tabitha has contributed to the profession by publishing her first book, One Bite at a Time, co-authored with Dr Sarah Lantz, which you can read more about below.
Tabitha’s impressive Professional Presenting Resume spans a decade, including:
INTEGRIA Annual Symposium, QLD, October 2018.
– Topic: Safe & Effective Detoxification in our Children.
BIOMEDICA National Seminar Series, around Australia and New Zealand
– Protecting Fertility across the Lifecycle, 2017.
– Chemical Overload Solutions, 2011.
– From Here to Maternity and Beyond, 2010.
MINDD Annual Forum and Practitioner Training, UNSW, May 2017.
– Topic: Brain-Immuno-Gut Health in Children and Women. Becoming a Part of The Solution.
ASLM Australasian Lifestyle Medicine Conference, Sydney, November 2017.
– Main Conference Stream, Public and Planetary Health Converge.
– Topic: Protecting our most precious Resource – Our Next Generation + One Bite at a Time.
ACNEM post-Graduate Training to GP’s, UNSW, November 2017.
– Environmental Medicine and Nutritional Medicine Streams.
AIMA and BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine meet-up, Sydney, August 2017.
– Topic: New Models of Care: Doctors and Practitioners working together.
Contract Academic at Endeavour College of Natural Health, Sydney
-Teaching and Supervising final year clinic in the Bachelor of Health Science Program, July 2013 to July 2015.
Nutrition Lecturer at Nature Care College, Sydney
– Teaching First year Nutrition, January 2011 to November 2013.
Guest Nutritionist on the Kerri-Anne Kennerley Show, Channel 9, National Television.
– Six segments on National Television Channel 9 Studios, NSW, June 2011 to December 2011.
She is also involved in regular corporate speaking commitments and enjoys very much sharing her passion and knowledge with people from all walks of life. You can read more about her professional and volunteer experience here on her LinkedIN page.
In addition to regular presenting and running her own Sydney-based private clinical practice for well over a decade, Tabitha has contributed to the profession by publishing her first book, One Bite at a Time, co-authored with Dr Sarah Lantz. Their informative, heart-felt, and well-researched book is intended to empower clinicians and the public alike to better navigate consumer and industrial chemicals – bringing awareness to their significant impact on the human body and health: outlining practical and effective strategies for reducing exposures and maximising resilience to live happier, heartier lives.
With both her book and her recently launched e-course – I Quit Chemicals, Tabitha feels privileged to be able to inspire her clients and peers to maximise health outcomes by making conscious choices for the health of the planet, and the health of the future generations.