Hi, I'm Hollie
I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist and Principal Dietitian at The Nourish Co. By Hollie James. I completed a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition & Metabolism) and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics at USYD.
I decided to study dietetics following my own struggles with food, Coeliac Disease and digestive health issues. I am driven by the ability to help people be at their healthiest, long-term. My focus is to empower you to understand your health and be resilient to the world of misinformation we live in. I look to support you, providing skills and knowledge to make realistic changes.
I encourage having a healthy relationship with food and don’t believe it should be a source of stress for you, only enjoyment. I won’t tell you to cut out all the foods you enjoy but show you how they fit into your lifestyle.
We are all different and nutrition is personal, so I focus on your lifestyle, experiences and circumstances. There is more than one way to be healthy, and so I consider all that makes you, you. Working together, I look to find the best approach for long-term success.
You'll find me working at our Norwest, Dural, Parramatta, Newtown and online locations.
I am an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist. I completed a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition & Metabolism) and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics at The University of Sydney.
I decided to study nutrition and dietetics because of my own love for food, nutrition and fascination with the body.
I believe that everyone’s nutrition needs and goals are different, that is why I focus on providing personalised advice. I strive to work with clients (not against them), to achieve their health goals in a sustainable way.
To me, food is more than just calories and nutrients, it’s part of culture, socialising, celebrating and showing love. That is why I incorporate evidence-based strategies and help clients make sustainable, practical changes that fit in with their life.
You'll find me working at our Asquith, Parramatta and online locations.