B. Sc. Nutr. M.Sc. Nutr & Diet. Accredited Practising Dietitian, Consultant Dietitian, Nutritionist, Author
Geraldine Georgeou is a well-experienced Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 20 years’ in the industry. Gaining experience from Prince of Wales Hospital, Geraldine has contributed to helping the Australian Navy, consulting to Diabetes Australia and the GI Motility Disorders Unit and being a familiar face in the media.
Geraldine has been a Gastroenterology Dietitian at The Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney — and a Member of the Council for the Gut Foundation at The Prince of Wales Hospital and author of “The Gut Foundation Cook book”.
She is also the author of The Australian Healthy Skin Diet released March 31st, 2020 in Australia and 12th May, 2020 in the United Kingdom.
Her expertise in clinical dietetics and nutrition has helped a vast majority of people who have suffered from metabolic and gastrointestinal health issues together with dermatology, rheumatology and disease prevention and management such as Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, skin health and heart disease.
She has two Sydney clinics practicing under the name of Designer Diets™ — located in Kogarah and Bondi Junction. Designer Diets provides both One-on-One Private consultation together with Consultancy and Media services.
Geraldine’s dietetic practice prides itself on keeping up to date with the latest research and best practice guidelines for patient care. She is passionate about sharing scientific research with the broader public in a way that is accessible.
Olivia Wills is a University of Wollongong Dean Scholar student completing her Honours degree in a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics. Olivia’s passion for dietetics developed over her 15 years as an elite level gymnast, where she was the NSW State Gymnastics Champion for 8 consecutive years and later titled the Australian Gymnastics Champion, prior to her retirement.
Olivia has gained clinical experience at St George and Prince of Wales hospital on the respiratory, cardiology and oncology wards and the acute care rehabilitation unit, helping patients in the management of metabolic issues and during chemotherapy and radiation therapy treatments of different cancers.
Olivia’s passion lies in the field of nutrition research where she is currently completing her honours thesis which explores the associations between diet and disability progression in people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Further to this, she is exploring the role of lifestyle self-management and how the patient to healthcare professional relationship can be enhanced in a clinical setting to achieve greater outcomes for patients.
Olivia hopes to continue contributing to the evidence base through ongoing clinical research while supporting Geraldine and her patients at Designer Diets™.