Who is Clinical Nutritionist Anthony Hartcher

Anthony is a Clinical Nutritionist and Lifestyle Medicine Specialist who specialises in mental health, children’s health, and body transformation. Anthony created me&my wellness with the specific question, how are you? At the heart of his practice.

About Anthony Hartcher:

Anthony is CEO and founder of me&my wellness. He is a passionate, caring, client focused, clinical nutritionist who specialises in mental health, children’s health and body transformation. He is a firm believer in treating the whole person, ensuring all aspects of wellbeing are addressed and supported.


Anthony’s passion for health and wellness started as a kid reading health magazines, books and fulfilling a sporting obsession. He is constantly striving to grow through continued learning having successfully completed three bachelor degrees in Nutrition (with distinction), Complementary Medicine (with distinction) and Chemical Engineering (honours). Whilst studying Anthony was awarded the University Medal for academic excellence by Endeavour College of Natural Health. Received two bursary scholar awards from Australian Natural Therapies Association and was recognised by Australian Traditional Medicine Society as the most highly commended student of the year.


Anthony’s passion for men’s health started when he was 18 years old after losing a mate to suicide. Ever since then he embarked on a journey of education and service to help men. Today he is a volunteer for a men’s mental health charity called The Banksia Project and provides health education via his podcast called me&my health up.  


Although Anthony has achieved academic excellence he states his greatest achievement is his family. He loves spending his spare time with his wife Adriana, and their two children Sofia and Ollie. On weekends, Anthony enjoys coaching Ollie’s Rugby team and going on family adventures, whether it be to the local beach or camping in a national park.


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Website: me&my wellness – We exist because the world of wellness has become way too complicated. (



Interview conducted by Josh

Video by Australian Natural Therapists Association