Louise Bula, RD
- BSc (Hons), Nutrition and Food Science, University of Reading
- PgDip, Dietetics, Queen Margaret University
- Registered Dietitian with the Health and Care Professions Council
- Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Dietitians Australia
- Obesity Adult Management Masterclass, European Association for the Study of Obesity
- Worked in the UK’s NHS, private practice, and in telehealth
- Works as a Bariatric Dietitian at St George’s Hospital in Sydney
- Has been quoted in multiple magazines and newspapers
- Specialities include weight management, diabetes, and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Louise is a Registered Dietitian in the UK and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian in Australia, with over 5 years of clinical experience. She’s worked in many settings, including the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), private practice, and as a Senior Dietitian for Europe’s leading behavior change telehealth company. She’s also consulted for various weight loss start-ups and food companies.
Louise has specialist skills in health coaching, motivational interviewing, and behavior change that enables her patients to achieve life-changing results. She also specializes in various chronic health conditions including type 2 diabetes, obesity, polycystic ovarian syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, and cardiovascular disease.
Alongside her work at SIMPLE, Louise is a leading Bariatric Dietitian in a prestigious clinic at St George’s Hospital in Sydney, Australia. She’s passionate about breaking health stigma, especially where diet and weight loss are concerned. She strives to make easy-to-understand, evidence-based information accessible to all, and tailors her approach to make people feel understood, valued, and supported.
In her free time, Louise enjoys going to the gym and traveling, and her goal is to see as much of Australia as she can.
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