Simone has served as the dietitian with the Hawthorn Football Club since 2009. She has also worked with the Australian Men's Cricket Team, Melbourne’s top rugby sides and Melbourne City Soccer club, what a list of credibility to bring to your brand.
Simone partners with some of Australia’s established health and food brands, providing advice on product development and how to successfully engage health professionals with your product. She provides great enthusiasm and energy along with the nutritional knowledge for promotional events, website content and social media. Simone will help your product identify and promote it's health halos.
Bringing life to your events is one of Simone's many talents.
As well as ensuring peak performance for elite athletes, Simone teaches a practical message of health and happiness through her regular media appearances, her book and corporate events. Simone is a lively speaker on all things nutrition, wellness and cooking. You can often catch her on breakfast radio with the likes of the 3AW team. Her energy motivating you for the day!
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Your workout zone may be at home, and if so is not quite the same, but you give it a red hot go! Putting in the hard yards, you want to see benefit from your workout and that means supporting your body with the best foods you can. As I tell the elite athletes I work with, it is about choosing foods that have the greatest concentration of nutrients. Read on to see my answers to questions such as, how much and when should I eat? How much protein and what about snacks? Read on to learn more
These strawberry, banana and oat muffins make a perfect snack, dessert or as part of breakfast. They satisfy the desire for something sweet whilst providing plenty of nourishment at the same time. The rolled oats provide slow release energy as well as dietary fibre and the fruit some vitamin C and plenty of antioxidants for good health too. Enjoy this muffin recipe.
We all know that eating plenty of plant foods, particularly vegetables is good for our health but how much do we need to eat? Well 30 different plant foods a week is what research from the world’s largest microbiome study is suggesting. Participants who had 30 or more different plant foods a week in the study compared to those who had 10 or less, had a greater diversity of microbes living in their intestine. Counting how many different plant foods you have per week,with the aim to hit 30 might be a novel way as it seems other approaches are not working. What counts as a different plant food? You may think you are eating different plant foods when you are eating the same one different ways, so read on to see how you can reach 30 or more per week for health.
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