Internationally Acclaimed
Nutritional Biochemist,
Author & Speaker

Dr Libby Weaver is one of Australasia’s leading nutritional biochemists, an eight-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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  • “After completing the 30 Day Quick Start Program and the Condition the Calm program, I have received so many compliments about how great my hair and skin look. I truly believe this is because I now no longer live in that red zone, having given up coffee, drinking less alcohol and making my breathing technique a part of my every day life. It really does work!”

  • “I recently purchased Rushing Woman’s Syndrome Quick Start program and LOVE IT! Access to Dr. Libby in my living room is amazing and allows me to reinforce the messages I’ve heard live and time I need / want to!
    Thank you Dr Libby!”


5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Nutrition

It’s what you do everyday that impacts your health, not what you do sometimes. When it comes to improving your nutrition, small changes can result in large impacts to your overall health, particularly overtime. Let’s explore a few easy tweaks you can make to improve your diet. Buy local produce Locally grown food is not […]

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Nourishing Rituals

Our daily habits powerfully impact your quality of life. You may not do things consciously but if you pause you will see they are there. If you don’t have any rituals that uplift you, stop and ponder what nourishes your soul. Take time in your day where you can put things on hold and take a […]

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Glutathione, the silent helper!

Glutathione is one of the most potent antioxidants produced by the human body – yet it’s often not discussed. Glutathione is a very simple molecule that is produced naturally all the time in your body. It is a combination of three simple building blocks the amino acids cysteine, glycine and glutamine.

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