Courtney Hibberd


BSc, PGDipDiet, Cert. Paed Nutr

NZ Registered Dietitian


Courtney is a NZ registered dietitian with over 10 years’ clinic experience specialising in paediatrics and gastroenterology.

She currently works in private practice with her company Nutrition Toolbox Ltd providing dietetic services to the MacMurray Gastroenterology Centre in Auckland (

She has a particular interest in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), FODMAPs, endometriosis, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), women’s health and wellbeing and nutrition through the stages from neonates until adulthood.

She is a regular speaker at GP CME evenings, University short course qualifications for doctors and specialists and is involved in numerous special interest groups including the Dietitians NZ gastroenterology group, paediatric group, Auckland regional allergy group and currently serves on the Massey University Dietetic curriculum committee.

She is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of her clients and ensures good nutritional status whilst helping clients navigate the rocky road of food intolerances.

Together with her clients, Courtney is able to help create a healthy relationship with food and good symptom control.

Courtney has worked for a number of years at Middlemore Hospital as a neonatal and paediatric dietitian. She now devotes her time to providing a wider variety of services at MacMurray Gastroenterology Centre, and being available as a specialist FODMAP speaker at conferences. 

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