is a Cardiac Physiologist based in Auckland, New Zealand. Aside from being super passionate about Cardiology, Keri also loves to teach people how to make better choices when it comes to food. We couldn’t be more excited to have her join our IQS experts panel!
Tell us about what you do and why?
I’m a Cardiac Physiologist which involves using a variety of technical equipment to monitor, record, measure and analyse the way patients’ hearts are working to help doctors diagnose and treat patients with heart disease. I specialize in electrophysiology which is a branch of cardiology that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. I love working in the field of Cardiology because it brings me great joy to help cure people. I’ve always had the desire to be a lifelong learner and this industry requires you to keep up with the pace of innovation in technology.
Why are you such a firm believer in the IQS philosophy?
I have always been interested in health and fitness but the IQS philosophy rings true to me especially in my job where I see countless sick people with heart disease, type II diabetes, hypertension etc – which can all be attributed to the Western diet and inflammation. The prevalence of sugar in our food supply is deeply concerning as a lot of our food simply isn’t healthy anymore. It’s important to teach people what foods are nutritious and help them to make better food choices.
The IQS Team are coming for dinner. What are you cooking us?
Spiced sirloin with wilted silverbeet, almonds and a bacon vinaigrette
Tell us your number one health tip in under 25 words.
Chew your food! It’s amazing how something this simple can transform your digestion. Aim for 20 chews per mouthful.
You can me if you’re looking for…
Cardiology, fitness, prenatal, pregnancy, and postnatal advice.