Tegan Philp

Registered Nutritional Therapist

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Tegan Philp BA PgDip MSc is a Registered Nutritional Therapist. Passionate about all things gut-related, her master’s dissertation was on the role of the microbiome in cardiovascular outcomes. Tegan has over eight years’ experience working for leading nutrition colleges in both Australia and the UK. She continues to work on a part-time basis for the academic team at the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Tegan is also an Advanced NLP Practitioner. She believes coaching is essential for empowering clients to make positive changes in their health and wellbeing.


Specialising in

Tegan has a particular interest in the following:


Thyroid problems are surprisingly common, and they can play a role in a host of symptoms. The key is tackling the root cause of the imbalance.


Our gut health affects so much more than our digestion. It's the cornerstone of all health—and a good place to start when addressing any condition.


From eye health to skin integrity, nourishing yourself has the power to make you feel great inside and out.

Success stories

Tegan absolutely transformed my gut health. It just start off as bloating but the symptoms kept getting worse until the thought of eating just made me so anxious. Tegan helped me to heal my gut and transform my entire life. I am so grateful!


My experience with Tegan was literally life-changing. I was stressed-to-the-max working long days that were fuelled by caffeine and finished with wine and a microwave meal. Tegan helped me to look at what I was eating and my lifestyle. I have finally turned a massive corner with the support and guidance offered by Tegan.


After years of being told my blood tests were 'normal' and jumping from one diet to the next, Tegan helped me to establish a long-term approach to my health. This not only lead to weight-loss and improved energy, but it also opened up a new interest in whole-food cooking. Based on her testing recommendations, we also found out I had an underactive thyroid and were able to find solutions to what I was told was ‘all in my head’. Thank you so much, Tegan.