You don't need to be an elite athlete to eat like one - and it’s never too late to improve your wellbeing through proper nutrition.
Through seminars, workshops and demonstrations, Simone vibrantly shows attendees how making healthy choices can become a way of life for anyone.
Simone brings authenticity and enthusiasm to her practical presentations, including teaming up with Australia’s top chefs in cooking demonstrations. Working with elite sports teams means Simone has lots of anecdotes to share about your favourite players and teams nutrition and performance path.
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Simone is a highly engaging presenter who we have partnered with for more than two years to increase awareness about the benefits and impact of healthy eating and improved nutrition in personal and professional life.
The feedback from our teams who have listened to Simone has been very positive. Feedback forms regularly comment on Simone’s nutrition segment as being one of their highlights of the workshops we deliver. Our partnership with Simone has contributed to improved health and wellbeing across our workforce – particularly in our Intensive Care Unit and our Emergency Department.
Manager Health, Wellbeing and Peer Support – Melbourne Health (Royal Melbourne Hospital, North Western Mental Health)
Simone has been a fantastic asset to the Rokeby Farms team- tremendously knowledgeable, and definitely captures a crowd with her infectiously passionate personality
We were very lucky have Simone talk to our people at Seven. We are focusing on investing in our health and wellbeing for our people and Simone is a great advocate to use to do this. Our people loved the lunch and learn! We will definitely work with Simone on other Health and Wellbeing initiatives here at Seven.
Channel 7 Staff health & wellbeing
Simone delivered two excellent 'Seasoned Nutrition' seminars for our Wellness Studio in Thornbury. Her wealth of knowledge and years of experience are unquestionable but it is her ability to communicate relevant information clearly and succinctly which makes her a stand out in her field. Simone is a charismatic and engaging presenter who harnesses her passion to hold her audience's interest from start to finish. The seminars were a huge success and left the attendees wanting more! Thank you Simone.
Director, Just Believe Fit
Thank you again for your presentation today, the students haven't stopped talking about it.
Swinburne University Dietetics Programme
Simone came and presented a nutritional seminar to our developing and elite level swimmers, the talk was really engaging full of great anecdotes and useful tips. All our swimmers and parents walked away with quality, realistic advice that even the busiest of households could follow. We are looking forward to running other workshops in the future!
Head Coach, Ringwood Swimming Club
I have just listened to your Fad Diets Webinar via Education in Nutrition. I wanted to email you to say, that was fantastic.
Whist I gained a lot from the information, one of the things that really registered was your added bit at the end re confidence in ourselves.
We are really grateful for your contribution to our Spokesperson’s Program. You are a stand-out in terms of your engagement and willingness to contribute – thank you!
Dieticians Association of Australia Media Spokesperson Programme
I really enjoyed your presentation. You are an excellent speaker.
Oliver Witard, PhD AFHEA
Oliver Witard, PhD AFHEA
Senior Lecturer, University of Stirling
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.
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'?
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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