Helping Australia's Leading Brands

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.

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 and social media. Simone will help your product identify and promote it's health halos.

Simone also works with the community offering private practice consultations.

Consulting Services

Brand Ambassador

Simone Austin lends her expertise to leading wellness products and brands.

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Elite Team Sports

Shaping Australia's leading sportspeople for peak performance

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Private Practice

Helping individuals manage their health through optimal nutrition

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Simone's Approach

As well as ensuring peak performance for elite athletes, Simone teaches a practical message of health and happiness through her regular media appearances and corporate events. Simone is a lively speaker on all things nutrition, wellness and cooking.

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Industry Leading Experience

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A dietitians 5 Brain food picks

We all know the importance of a healthy diet for prevention of disease and to fuel ourselves for exercise –but do we think about fueling the organ in charge of our body; the brain? There are some foods that have more influence on our brain health than others. I thought I would talk about 5 key dietary areas. Let’s take a look. Literally food for thought.

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Jul

Clean Eating

What do we mean by, ‘Clean eating’, such a marketing and buzz phrase? Clean eating is a term often used to describe eating wholefoods, with minimal or no processing, as close to their natural form as possible. It usually involves a diet with wholegrains,plenty of vegetables and fresh fruit, lean meats, seafood, nuts, seeds and minimal or no added sugars, alcohol or highly processed foods. That is fantastic, and the way we should be eating. Australians eat too many discretionary foods and a poor diet contributes to the global burden of disease related reduce the I think I call it healthy eating! Some products market as 'clean' but are they really? What about gluten free, no added sugar? Have we moved happily onto, 'plant based diet'?

6

Jul

Do you fall short on fruit and vegetables in winter?

Winter is nearly here. I am looking forward to some things it brings. The opportunity for enjoying winter warming dishes. Holding a mug of hot soup. Digging a spoon into delicious fruit crumbles and enjoying a hearty winter stew. A good diet will help keep our immune system in good order over winter. Let's see how.

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May

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