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About the speaker:
Kate Di Prima is a qualified Dietitian and Adult and Infant Nutritionist and has been working as one of the Media Spokespeople for DAA in Queensland for the past 10 years. As an Accredited Practicing Dietitian in Queensland, Kate has private practices in Brisbane and has extensive experience across various industries including corporate, marketing and health promotion.
Kate has worked with many Media Outlets and appears regularly on Television shows including Brisbane Extra and A Current Affair and Channel 9 What’s good for you?, Sunrise, the Today show, Channel 10 ‘First at Five’ News and recently Mornings with Kerri-Anne. She writes 2 regular nutrition columns for Practical Parenting magazine and is interviewed regularly for the Sunday Mail Body and Soul in Brisbane and magazines, including New Idea, Woman’s Day and Good Health and Medicine and the Healthy food Guide. Kate completed a TV presenting Course at the KLM Academy in Brisbane.
In 2007 Kate published two cookbooks, “Kids Meals, the whole family will love” and “Slimming and Health – low fat summer cookbook”. Her third book ‘More Peas Please’ helping parents with fussy eaters was released in September 2009. Her most recent book “the 8 second secret’ was co-authored with Dr Gail Trapp and was released in March 2010.
In addition to her monthly presentations to Health Care Professionals in Australia she also presents at the Parents Children and Baby expos held around each state in Australia. She provides information and guidance direct to parents at these expos and is a regular columnist across many forms of social media including her blog site and twitter. Her particular interest is helping parents with fussy and picky eaters and filling in the nutritional gaps whilst addressing emotional and physical eating habits.