Simone Austin is an Accredited Sports Dietitian, President of Sports Dietitians Australia and an Advanced Sports Dietitian.
A passion for optimising performance and health through nutrition has seen Simone achieve an impressive 20+ year career. Simone has been the dietitian for Hawthorn Football Club since 2009, experiencing three premiership wins so far. Her expertise has also led to two World Cups and an Ashes with The Australian Mens Cricket Team and a premiership with Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club.
Simone’s knowledge was also experienced by Melbourne City A-League Football Club (four years), Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union Club inaugural season and six years with Western Bulldogs AFL.
As a media spokesperson for Dietitians Association of Australia Simone regularly provides guest commentary on TV and radio and writes articles for print and online publications. Add published author to this list, with her first book Eat Like an Athlete.
Simone also works with individuals through her private practice assisting everyday people to improve their lives through nutrition.
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Simone is an established Australian dietitian who regularly provides nutrition advice to elite sports teams and individuals, food brands and through her private practice.Learn More
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Simone is passionate about making health and nutrition easy for everyone. Simone regularly shares her nutrition knowledge on TV, radio and in publications.Learn More
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