Navigating the weekly grocery shop can be an exhausting exercise
But it shouldn’t be
With the right research, education and policies, we collectively can make overwhelming food labels, confusing dietary recommendations and a lack of clear direction a thing of the past.
As a nutrition consultant and food literacy expert, I support both organisations and everyday Australians with the expertise to confidently make the right choices and drive change.
For society and within the family home.
Hi, I’m Dr Courtney Thompson
Over the past 8+ years, I’ve been on a mission to improve food literacy one research project, nutrition workshop or policy submission at a time.
What it takes to impact change?
The ability to turn seemingly complex subjects into crystal-clear messages that resonate with policymakers, health care professionals and everyday Australians alike.
How did I get there?
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I have the research, education and policy solutions for your public health nutrition agenda
Whether it’s a sleek paper, an engaging webinar or an informed policy submission holding back your to-do list, my research-based approach to nutrition consulting will deliver across the entire spectrum.Let’s team up
“I found the content (Get Kitchen Confident) to be very practical and was delivered in a way that was friendly, non-judgemental and informative. There were a lot of really easy to use tips that really helped me change the way that I look at food.”
Keen to up your own food literacy?
Explore my workshops, short courses and resources
Specifically designed to give you the confidence to start or evolve your family’s healthy eating journey especially if you’re short on time, budget or inspiration.Learn more
“Courtney from NPR Consulting gave her time generously and enthusiastically presenting a nutrition education program to various community groups around Brisbane. She is a knowledgeable, confident presenter with a warm, friendly manner.”
Free resources to get you started
Food literacy hub
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