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About geraldine georgeou

Geraldine Georgeou

B.Sc. Nutr. M.Sc. Nutr. & Diet. Accredited Practising Dietitian
Consultant Dietitian Nutritionist

Throughout her career to date, Geraldine’s standing within the world of nutrition has seen several big name brands – including Meat & Livestock Australia, Patties foods, Kelloggs, The Wiggles, Horticulture Australia Limited, Simplot, Prosure -Abbott , Subway and Novartis - Benefibre – utilise her breadth of knowledge and friendly persona, as a media spokesperson. Geraldine attained her Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science from the University of Wollongong in 1994, and has now been working as an Accredited Practising Dietitian for more than 10 years. She is currently in full time private practice and director of clinics in Kogarah, Macquarie St - Sydney and Randwick known as DESIGNER DIETS™ by Geraldine Georgeou.

She has particular expertise in gastroenterology, endocrinology, respiratory health and cardiology; as well as a special interest in weight management – extending to polycystic ovary disease, fertility, menopause, insulin resistance and diabetes.

Growing issues of food intolerances, childhood obesity and family nutritional health are also of great concern to her. Geraldine also has extensive experience in bowel health issues due to her time as a Gastroenterology Dietitian at The Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney – and is also a spokesperson for the Coeliac Society and Member of the Council for the Gut Foundation at The Prince of Wales Hospital.

Apart from her extensive media portfolio and busy practice, Geraldine also regularly participates in lectures and workshops for G.Ps and other healthcare professionals and also provides a Dietetic service to the Australian Navy.

When she’s not busy promoting all things nutritious, Geraldine also spends as much time as possible with her husband and young son in their southern Sydney home.