Internationally Acclaimed
Nutritional Biochemist,
Author & Speaker

Dr Libby Weaver is one of Australasia’s leading nutritional biochemists, a nine-time number one bestselling author and an international speaker. Armed with an abundance of knowledge, scientific research and a true desire to help others see their own light and beauty, Dr Libby empowers and inspires people to take charge of their health and happiness.

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    Thank you Dr Libby!”

    Tracy

Nutritional beauty fixes

With the popularity and scope of beauty treatments these days you are able to remedy any ‘beauty’ challenge from the outside in. From hair extensions for thinning hair to covering problematic nails with fake nails, through to tattooed eyebrows to fill in eyebrows that are thinning, these are options that wonderfully make people feel good. […]

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5 nutrients you’re probably not getting enough of

Despite living with an abundance of food, many people are actually under-nourished. By this, I mean low or lacking in, or even deficient in some very important nutrients. It is possible to be malnourished even though your clothes are getting tighter, particularly with the prevalence of processed foods available now, that offers very little if […]

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Feeding Fussy Children

Children who refuse to eat certain things (or in some cases, most things) can cause concern for parents who want to ensure their little ones are getting the nutrition they need in their growing bodies. Some version of the words “I don’t like that,” before even tasting a mouthful, are echoed New Zealand-wide by fussy […]

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