Meet Jorja

Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD)
Accredited Nutritionist (AN)
Accredited Sports Dietitian
Qualified Exercise Scientist

Online Dietitian Consultations

Seeing a Dietitian has never been so easy!

Weight Loss Program

A personalised program to help you lose weight and keep it off


Make a booking by calling 0400029114 or click the button below to book an appointment online


Prior to your initial consultation you will be emailed a pre-consultation questionnaire to complete. This gives me time to do a lot of the assessment component before the initial consultation.


I will connect with you face-to-face via video link. The aim of the initial consultation is to get to know you and conduct a thorough nutrition assessment of you as an individual so that all advice and action plans can be personalised to your unique needs.


Based on the assessment, I will work with you to develop a personalised dietary plan. You will be sent the dietary plan along with any other relevant resources or monitoring tools such as food diary and measurement recording sheet.

How it Works


Why Choose a Dietitian?

With so much confusing nutrition information around it is hard to know what to believe or who to trust!


The Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) credential is a public guarantee of nutrition and dietetic expertise.


Dietitians (APDs) provide advice based on scientific evidence and have a minimum of 4-5 years of university training. They have the knowledge, understanding and clinical training to enable them to advise individuals and groups on all nutrition-related matters, from healthy eating and disease prevention to the treatment of complex health conditions. Dietitians with the APD credential are also required to undertake regular professional development to ensure that they are up to date with the latest research.



What is the difference between a Dietitian (APD) and a Nutritionist?


While all Dietitians are also Nutritionists, on its own the title 'Nutritionist' could apply to a qualified nutrition scientist or someone with an interest but little or no training in nutrition. Choosing a Dietitian (APD) is your assurance that your nutrition advice is coming from a qualified professional.