A writer, speaker and presenter, Simone is becoming a familiar face and voice in Australian media. Confident on camera or with a microphone, Simone loves promoting healthy food attitudes so everyone can harness good nutrition to nourish and flourish in life.
Simone regularly shares her dietetics advice, sports nutrition principles and recipe ideas on her personal blog, and as a guest writer for various national publications. You will also find all this and more in her book, Eat Like an Athlete.
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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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We are told we eat too much sugar and should cut down for the benefit of our health, but it is hard to do particularly after Easter when you find yourself surrounded by pretty coloured Easter eggs staring at you every time you open the pantry door. How much is too much and is any of it good? Let’s take a look along with some tips to keep us in check.
We may not be able to travel to eat the wide range of culinary delights right now, but we can create them as best we can at home! Why not try my Sri Lankan chicken and potato curry? I don't know about you but I can't wait to be able to go to Sri Lanka a popular travel and foodie destination to try a local one but until then this will suit me just fine. I have left the skin on the potatoes to increase the fibre and added a range of delicious vegetables for you to enjoy!
It sounds like such a simple thing to do, eat more fresh fruit and vegetables, but obviously not, as most Australians are not eating anywhere near the recommended servings a day. The big questions is why not, is it really that hard to do or does the message simply not resonate? How about we try a new approach. Stop telling people they need to eat more fruit and vegetables for their health as the key message could be a place to start.
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