Have you ever followed someone on Instagram or Facebook and feel like you really do know them, but yet you have never met and they probably don’t anything about you?
Yes? - Well I hope so as otherwise I’m going to sound like a crazy social media stalker!!
My special guest this week is Lauren Fowler. Lauren is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist from the United States. I have been following Lauren on instagram for sometime and really love reading her blog. I asked Lauren to take part in our series because she shares an awesome message. You can instantly tell she writes from the heart to help others incorporate intuitive eating, self-love and mindfulness into their life.
Thankfully she said YES! Continue reading
Hold on to your hats (ha ha). Our next guest in the non-diet approach to health & life series is none other than the LOVELY Julie Goodwin from MasterChef fame!
Can you believe it?
What I have loved most about this series is the realisation many “well known” personalities have similar thoughts to mine on food and health. They aren’t sucked in by the latest nutrition fad and to be honest are just such nice people with a great ethos on life that we can all learn something from. Julie Goodwin is one such individual!
Introducing Julie Goodwin
Julie was Australia’s FIRST EVER winner of MasterChef.
However, I didn’t realise her first career was as a youth worker presenting workshops in schools across Australia before going on to work at a juvenile detention centre on the Central Coast. Following this she established a successful IT company with her husband and raised two (no three!) boys along the way. Phew!
In 2008, Julie took part in and won the very first MasterChef series here in Australia.
Julie is now a household name, has a regular column in Australian Women’s Weekly along with books being published and many many appearances on TV including her most very recent appearance this year on “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here”.
In 2014 she established Julie’s Place on the Central Coast, offering cooking classes, events and functions with a food focus.
So let’s learn more about Julie’s thoughts on health and life… Continue reading
I couldn’t wait for the long weekend to be over!
Well because it’s time for our next interview. If you have missed the last few interviews, then you will really need to flick back and read what some fabulous inspirational health professionals and foodies have had to say.
Our next special guest is WELL RESPECTED amongst the Dietitian community in Australia and has recently been running workshops educating and facilitating Aussie Dietitians to incorporate this Non-Diet Approach into their everyday work. Take a look at the background info in my last interview with Dr Linda Bacon and you will see why so many Dietitians (like myself) have found it difficult to get off the “weight loss caper”!
You will also see why today’s guest is a bit of a trail blazer in the making Continue reading