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Author: Karina Savage

Karina Savage

Karina is a local North Shore mum of two young children. She truly gets how busy life can be with little ones and believes that we need to make time to slow down and support each other more. She finds great satisfaction in empowering fellow mums, arming them with the information they need to make their life easier. As a Paediatric Dietitian, specialised in gut health she loves changing the lives of little ones with tummy troubles (allergy, intolerance, IBS, colic) and relieving the stress that goes with it. She loves speaking with others and regularly presents to parents, schools and health professionals. As a huge animal lover, Karina regularly donates to animal charities that rally to give animals a voice.


Managing chocolate at Easter: How much sugar is too much?

Managing chocolate at Easter can make you stressed out, wen the holiday should be a time to celebrate! But we all know Easter comes with a whole host of opportunities for kids to indulge in… Read more…

Reduce the daily dinner grind! 7 Tips for Meal Planning

In our crazy busy lives as parents, how do we consistently put good, wholesome food on the table, day in and day out? Meal planning can sound overwhelming and time consuming, but once you get… Read more…

Colic, reflux or an allergy? Helping an unsettled bub

We all know how distressing it is holding inconsolable baby in your arms, hearing heart-wrenching cries that just don’t stop. Read more…

Which bread is REALLY the healthiest choice?

Between low-carb, keto, paleo and zero carb diets, simply buying a loaf of bread can turn into a confusing choice! Karina Savage breaks down the benefits (and drawbacks) of the different types of bread so… Read more…

Starting solids: When is the right time?

Starting your baby on solids is an important milestone – for everyone involved. It can however, also be an incredibly stressful time as a parent as you try to work out the best approach. Read more…

Quick Lunchbox Ideas for Kids

It’s term time again, which means making lunchboxes for the kids. If you’re already running short on ideas, try these tips from Karina Savage, a leading Paediatric Dietitian at The Mosman Practice 393. Read more…