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Amelia Phillips, Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist (BHSc, MNut)

Hi, I’m Amelia and I’m passionate about helping women lead healthy and fulfilled lives. With over two decades of experience in the health and wellbeing industry, I help women lose weight, lower inflammation & reclaim their energy with personalised, evidence-based strategies.

I’m responsible for the longevity protocols and coaching the participants in the groundbreaking TV show, Do You Want to Live Forever.

I am a registered exercise scientist and nutritionist with a Bachelor of Exercise Science, Post Graduate Certificate in Nutrition and Masters of Human Nutrition.


Wed, 17 July 2024 8 PM – 9 PM AEST

Conquering Low Energy 
and Stubborn Weight

Healthy Her

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Amelia Phillips
Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist
(BHSc, MNut)
Dr Jasmina Dedic-Hagan
Specialist GP, Functional Medicine
(BSc, PhD, MBBS)

Over 8 weeks, Dr. Jasmina and I will show you how to use insights from the latest biomarker technology to inform your exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle so you can take control of your health.


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Top micronutrient deficiencies that drive low energy levels:

- Vitamin D: Essential for energy and immune function. Many people, especially those with limited sun exposure, are deficient. I recommend Liposomal Vitamin D3 BioCeuticals spray for optimal absorption. Plus include foods like fatty fish, egg yolks, and grass fed dairy in your diet.

- Iron: Perimenopausal women tend to have very heavy periods, causing them to lose much more iron than usual. Iron is crucial for oxygen transport in the blood, impacting energy levels. Top food sources include lean red meat, spinach, lentils, and quinoa.

- B12: As we age, our ability to absorb B12 declines, leading to fatigue and neurological issues. B12 is vital for red blood cell formation and energy production. Designs for Health B12 spray is a great option. Incorporate foods like beef, salmon, fortified cereals, and dairy products for a natural boost.

- Magnesium: The most common deficiency that we often overlook. Magnesium is required for over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body, including the absorption of other minerals. It’s crucial for energy production, muscle function, and overall vitality. I recommend Metagenics CalmX for supplementation. Plus add more leafy greens, nuts, seeds, and whole grains to your meals for a natural source.

Prioritizing these nutrients can make a significant difference in your energy levels and overall well-being, and if you`re unsure about where your levels are at or how much to supplement... Get your levels tested! 💖 DM me for more info on how. 🙏🏼

🎙️ Exciting news! Pod just dropped! ⭐️ Full episode with Eliza and Liberty from “Do you want to live forever” now available to listen to on Healthy Her! @elizaandliberty

Join us for a real, behind-the-scenes discussion about their journey and results on the show.

Two sisters, very different roaches and attitudes, such a brilliant dynamic between them and their honesty is so refreshing!

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The DEXA scan is highly underrated in terms of what it can tell you about your health and often not discussed as much as it should. I believe in its importance so much that I`ve been getting one every year on my Bday for the last ten years!

The DEXA scan can tell you about:

*Visceral Fat: Understanding not just your bodyfat but your visceral fat levels is crucial for longevity and preventing chronic diseases. It surrounds vital organs such as the liver, intestines, and pancreas. This type of fat is associated with a higher risk of serious health issues, including heart disease, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. Track Visceral fat in grams, and android/gynoid ratio (should be below 1.0 men and 0.85 women). Total bodyfat should be below 6-25% for men and 14-33% for women.

*Bone Density: Monitoring bone density helps ensure strong bones and supports long-term health. It can help prevent osteoporosis, fracture risk, support overall mobility, and as a result, enhance overall quality of your life and ensure healthy ageing. With this knowledge, you can gain insights into what your personal best training program might look like, and direct further supplementation. So many members on my program discover they have quite severe osteopenia (some even have progressed to osteoporosis) and had no idea!

*Lean Tissue: This covers muscle mass (and organs). A man should have a lean body mass (LBM) around 70-90% of total body weight. EG if he weighs 82 kg he should have between 57-73kg of lean tissue. A woman`s LBM should constitute around 60-80% of total body weight. For instance, if she weighs 64 kg should have between 38-51kg of lean tissue. I have a rule of thumb that all women have over 40kg of lean tissue.

What do you think? Have you had a DEXA scan? I`m thinking of running an online workshop on this, where you bring your results for a deep dive.

Reply `Dexa Workshop` if keen and I`ll add you to a DEXA list and start planning!

🎤 What key take aways did you learn?

I LOVED running this booked out event with @avalonwholefoods and #fridaylunchclub What an incredible evening diving into topics of longevity, energy levels, and productivity, all through the lens of biomarker testing and targeted supplementation.

Protein is one of the most common deficiencies I see in women, and such an important macronutrient to support your metabolic health, skin health, energy levels, hormones & so much more. 🙌🏻

If you’re curious about optimising your health like these amazing participants, join me and Dr. Jasmina Dedic-Hagen for a free webinar next Wednesday, July 17th! 🙋🏼‍♀️

✨We will show you how to interpret the signals from your body and uncover the hidden clues about your health.✨

Comment “WEBINAR” and I’ll slide into your Dm’s with the link 💖


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