Cyndi O’Meara is a leading nutritionist, filmmaker, best-selling author, TEDx Speaker and Founder of Changing Habits and The Nutrition Academy. Her greatest love is to teach, both in the public and corporate arenas to educate people on making better nutritional and environmental choices. Her direct and down-to-earth delivery of extensively researched information challenges and encourages others to question and eliminate unhealthy habits while purposefully choosing what goes in their body.

Confronting her audiences with industry truths, Cyndi has the courage to call out deception and misinformation and believes in arming people with the tools and resources to not only reach their goals but optimise their health.


 By educating people on food choices, how to read food labels, why diets don’t work, and how drugs can affect your total well-being and vitality, Cyndi empowers people to make long-lasting changes with simple and achievable steps on how to create healthier habits.

Setting up Changing Habits in 1990 came from a desire to not only provide people with the information but to promote critical thinking and move away from outdated philosophies and ideals and more recently provide proven, ethical, clean foods that are backed by decades of trial and research. 

Cyndi has been included in the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards for 2016, 2016 Australian Organic Retailer of the Year Finalist , and Finalist for the Sunshine Coast Business Awards.
Changing Habits has been recognised by the Australian Organic Annual Awards 2019 as a finalist for Best Organic Influencer.

Everything we do is to create a forward progression that leads to a long-lasting, continual impact – one that not only improves the lives of our community but also creates a ripple of positive change that lasts for generations to come.

If it’s not good enough for our family, it’s not good enough for yours!









Gut-Brain Connection

The gut-brain connection is real, Cyndi talks about how we can make this a more symbiotic relationship and the importance of a healthy gut ecosystem

Anxiety & Mental Health

Studies have proven the direct link between what we consume and the quality of our mental health – Cyndi shines the light on the surprising foods that impact our mental health

Regenerative Farming

Cyndi shares her research on the damage that processed, non-organic foods impose on the environment and what changes we can make to not only lessen our footprint but support regeneration

Optimising Metabolic Health

Cyndi educates us on how to eat to optimise our metabolic health and the knock on effects we can experience as a result of those changes

Reading Food Labels

Food labels can be highly misleading and there’s some incredibly clever brains behind disguising the real contents of a product. Cyndi educates her audiences on what’s really inside the likes of ‘natural flavouring’.

Ancestral & Generational Health

Looking to how generations before us produced and ate food can help us to learn about the choices we make, the illnesses we endure. Cyndi dives into what we can learn from our Ancestors about food.