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Dietitian insights into a Kiwi’s practice with Cati Pearson (Rotorua, NZ)

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Dietitian insights into a Kiwi’s practice with Cati Pearson is the fourth podcast episode from Connected by Nutricia. In this episode, Cati discusses her practice in Rotorua, New Zealand.

About Cati Pearson: BSc majoring in Human Nutrition and a MDiet from Otago University. Diploma in High Performance Sport (Triathlon) from Otago Polytechnic. Dietitian Prescriber under the Dietitians Board. Qualified Sports Dietitian from Sports Dietitians Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport. Cati previously worked as a senior surgical dietitian at Hutt Valley District Health Board, community dietitian across Lower Hutt, Older persons and rehabilitation dietitian at Rotorua Hospital, part of the chronic pain management team at QE Hospital and dietitian for the Sweat7 Triathlon club (Taupo). Cati was born and bred in Rotorua with a strong grounding in both recreational and competitive sport. She has previously represented New Zealand in the Enduro World Series. Now she rides bikes locally after setting up a women’s ride charity The Mud Maidens. She's a longstanding member of the Rotorua Association of Triathletes & Multisporters and Lake City Athletic Club. Listen on Spotify. Listen on Apple Podcast.

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