Jacqueline Alwill,   Accredited Nutritionist

Jacqueline has over 15 years experience in the nutrition and health industry, with special interests in women’s health. She is passionate about simplifying complex nutrition science to ensure nutrition is accessible and achievable for all. She runs corporate wellbeing workshops, develops nutrition products, courses, books and recipes. Jacqueline features frequently in the media and is co-host of popular day time TV program, GOOD CHEF, BAD CHEF on Channel 10.


Advanced Diploma Nutritional Medicine (Australiasian College Natural Therapies)
ATMS Accredited (2011-2024) & ATMS Fellow (2023-present)
Certificate Paediatric Nutrition (Monash)
Cert 3 & 4 Fitness (FIA)
Bachelor Business (UTS)
Bachelor Arts, Int Studies (UTS)


Jacqueline’s provides a holistic approach in supporting women’s health conditions throughout all life stages – from menarche, preconception, pregnancy, post birth to menopause. She understands the complexities of women’s health combined with the impact of life stress and provides nutritional and dietary guidance as well as lifestyle coaching to her clients.

Bookings re-opening 2024.

Brand partnerships

Jacqueline has worked with a number of local Australian and globally renowned brands, connecting their community with health and sustainable nutrition practices. Her client portfolio includes Woolworths, Kitchenaid, SunRice, Remedy Drinks, Toyota, Sunbeam, Kellogg’s, Sanitarium, Breville, Eimele, Mt Elephant, Jurlique, Chanel, Chasseur France, Kilner and A2 Milk among others.

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Corporate Wellbeing

With a background in the corporate sphere, Jacqueline knows the demands and stress of corporate life which can often result in a fast decline in health. She can deliver a variety of workshops in your workplace including:

  • Fundamentals of Healthy Eating in the Workplace
  • Eat for Energy and Productivity
  • Nutrition and Lifestyle Practice for Stress Management
  • Eat to Maximize Your Potential
  • Eat for Your Cycle and Make The Most of Your Month (Women’s Health Focus)