Zola Collins is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist working with patients online via telehealth and corporate wellness clients in the Raleigh-Durham area.
After earning her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, Zola attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her Master’s in Public Health. While there, she completed dietetic internship rotations at the Alamance County Health Department, Moore Regional Hospital, North Carolina Central University Dining, and Duke Integrative Medicine.
Zola first became passionate about nutrition while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal, West Africa. She got to collaborate with her host community on food security and nutrition programming and came to see that good nutrition was a fundamental pillar for achieving health and well-being.
Zola’s passion for nutrition shines through in her integrative approach to health and well-being, with a focus on digestive function, managing autoimmune, thyroid, and hormone conditions, and nourishing the body physically and mentally. She strives to empower others with tools and knowledge to make healthy choices and sustain these positive changes over the long term. Zola enjoys working with patients in all areas of nutrition and has particular interest in complex digestive ailments including IBS, SIBO, and food sensitivities, PCOS, endometriosis, menopause, and fostering a positive relationship with food.