Area of Interest

  • Food allergies & intolerances
  • Gastro-instestinal / oesophageal conditions
  • Diverticular disease
  • GORD
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Paediatrics
  • Fertility & pregnancy nutrition

Georgia Fassoulidis


 Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutritionist, Sports Dietitian, Level 1 Anthropometrist
B.Sc. (Nutrition & Food), MSc. (Nutrition & Dietetics), Sports nutrition course

Sports Dietitians Australia
Dietitians Association of Australia

Georgia Fassoulidis is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and brings with her over 5 years of extensive dietetic and nutrition experience. She has completed her Masters of Human Nutrition & Dietetics at the University of Sydney, her Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Science at Western Sydney University and her Sports Nutrition specialisation with Sports Dietitians Australia. She has a strong passion for dietetics and prides herself on providing an individualised and practical approach in her recommendations.

Georgia has been involved in many areas of nutrition in private practice and industry including infant nutrition, women’s health, food quality and safety, mental health and fitness. Georgia has been a guest speaker for Multiple Sclerosis Australia and has also completed and presented her research in childhood allergies. Georgia has an advanced approach in helping people with various clinical conditions. She has a special interest in food allergies & intolerances, and gastro-instestinal/oesophageal conditions such as diverticular disease, GORD and especially Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Georgia is one of four kids from a big Greek-Australian family, she speaks fluent Greek, is a talented dietitian and a great cook and has recently moved to Victoria with her husband. She enjoys attending fighting tournaments and she is very passionate about soccer.

  She is now based at Health-e Allied Services to offer her valuable services to the Geelong community, these include:

  • Dietary consultations
  • Sports nutrition consultations
  • Anthropometric assessments