Dorota Trupp

TAS Team
Holistic Nutritionist

With a bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Medicine, GAPS Certification and Australian Traditional Medicine Society Membership, Dorota is a passionate and skilled holistic nutritionist. She established Everyday Holistic Nutrition back in 2013.

A firm believer in food as medicine, she has over 14 years of experience in resolving a wide variety of digestive disorders and helping clients lose weight through personalised nutritional medicine.

Dorota uses effective and up-to-date individualised nutritional protocols, supercharged with video recipes, supplement prescription and hands-on guidance. She is also experienced in tailored functional integrative medicine labs testing.

As the co-founder of Trupp Cooking School in South Yarra, between 2011 and 2018 she used her expertise to create and host health-related workshops focused on cooking, nutrition and lifestyle choices.

A published writer and enthusiastic blogger, Dorota makes frequent media appearances and is the co-author of Trupps’ Wholefood Kitchen. She is currently an executive contributor for Brainz Magazine, sharing her nutritional expertise. She has contributed to Australian Natural Health and Nourish magazines and was a regular guest on Vision Australia Radio, where she hosted the Contemporary Nutrition Series on the Table Talk program.

Genuinely personable, Dorota has boundless empathy and listening skills that enable her to extract the right information to tailor your treatment plan.

Top tip for better nutrition…

No matter how busy your life seems to be, do not take shortcuts when shopping for and preparing your food. Wholefood ingredients from fresh food markets are the building blocks to your health. Shopping for unprocessed foods and learning basic cooking skills can transform your health for the better and contribute to your longevity.

Go-to snack…

I like snacking on unprocessed nuts and fruits like berries or oranges.

I stay in balance by…

Getting enough sleep and water, making sure I exercise at last 2-3 times a week, and cooking for me and my family is a good starting point.