Your wellbeing is at the forefront of your success. Any part of your life depends on you staying healthy.
You cannot ascend higher than all the other seven aspects of your life until you have enough physical energy to commit to any of them.
We rounded down 10 Aussie Nutrition Bloggers to go around while living the greenest time of your lives!
A clinical nutritionist, best-selling health author and the founder of the JSHealth Program, App and Vitamins. Passionate about empowering people to give up dieting, nourish their bodies naturally, and find balance with food and fitness for life.
Her most recent blog entitled “5 Nutrients to Boost your Immune System” states that Greens, Garlic, Brazil Nuts, Echinacea and Citrus contain nutrients that will help strengthen one’s immune system.
She is an award-winning nutritionist and media food commentator, who understands the demands of today’s busy world and the complexity of food issues. The author of 10 books, her book Nutrition for Life has clocked up sales of almost 500, 000, making it one of the most enduring and popular nutrition books in the country. In 2012, she released her latest book Catherine Saxelby’s Complete Food and Nutrition Companion after two years of solid research.
On her blog “How to lose weight WITHOUT going on a diet”, Catherine stated that one doesn’t have to follow any specific diet and she also gave simple, healthy, nutritious food and a few tips and tricks to be successful in having a good diet.
Jules is a former food scientist turned cookbook author and meal planning expert. Taming my diabetes and PCOS with simple, low carb wholefoods. With her blogsite Stonesoup, she writes recipes with 6-ingredients or less. Her recipes include “Substitutions” to suit missing ingredients or different dietary requirements. One of her ‘super powers’ is being able to simplify recipes without sacrificing flavor or resorting to processed crap. Jules is all about fresh everyday wholefoods ingredients.
Despite the simplicity her blogs want to convey, she’s still able to cognize problems in it. In her blog “The No. 1 Problem with 6-Ingredient Recipes”, she shared how some people didn’t try her recipes because they appear too simple.
Nutritionist, filmmaker – 'What's wrong with Wheat? 'The best-selling author, international and TEDx speaker and pioneer of Shifting Behaviors. By teaching people about food preferences, how to decipher food labeling, why diets don't work, and how medications can impact the general well-being and vitality, Cyndi empowers them to make long-lasting improvements by taking easy and workable actions to build healthy behaviors.
Cyndi talk through topics such as food, immunity, body and mind, chemicals in food, diets, hormonal issues, changing habits programs, etc. On her blog “Children’s Health: Be The Change”, she wrote about factors affecting children’s health, from using plastic containers to phone usage of a child. In the same blog, she listed helpful steps onto a better health.
One Handed Cooks
One Handed Cooks is an infant, toddler and family food website offering a wide variety of simple, nutritious and smart recipes to help parents make food a source of fun and nutrition for their children. Published with the Certified Practicing Dietitian (APD) as part of the team, it also provides friendly and practical nutritious knowledge, as well as advice and techniques to better control problematic eating habits. With its three writers Allie Gaunt, Jessica Beaton, and Sarah Buckle, One Handed Cooks writes about informative blogs with topics relatable by the whole family.
“Fast Food for the Family” is their most recent blog that sets down meals that a whole family would love to eat together.
Susie Burrell is one of Australia's leading dietitians, known for her vast expertise in education and psychology and her realistic, easy-to-understand approach to diet, nutrition and well-being. Susie is currently a resident dietitian on Channel 7's SUNRISE, reports for a variety of print and web newspapers, and runs the online weight loss service formme.com.au. Susie has a keen background in counseling and has successfully earned a Master's degree in Psychology Coaching at Sydney University. She enjoys going on long walks around Sydney, constructing LEGO, and she's kept busy with her twin boys, Gus and Harry.
One of her writings is “How many calories do you need?” which enumerated tips on how to take calories intake well.
Teresa is one of Australia’s leading authorities on healthy cooking, and is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals through the food choices they make and how they cook. She believes that to be sustainable, a healthy diet must also be a delicious one. Having trained as a chef in the French tradition (5 star hotels), Teresa also studied nutrition at Deakin University and is an internationally accredited fitness trainer with the Fitness Institute of Australia. She combines her love of food and fitness within her own life and shares her recipes and knowledge with the world via her books, website, TV appearances and countless print and online articles.
Teresa shared on her blog “What you can do to stay healthy during COVID-19” her own “personal wellness solutions” that includes eating healthy and prioritizing sleep.
Kate Freeman is the founder and director of The Healthy Food Center. After more than 15 years in the weight loss industry, Kate was disappointed with the lack of reliable services available to advise and encourage people to improve their eating patterns for the long term. The Healthy Food Center is based around the philosophy that everyone is a valuable and knowledgeable adult who just wants to learn the skills and develop motivation to eat better in the long run.It integrates one-on-one help with online habit forming modules that show people how to eat better for the long term, one habit at a time. It incorporates a concept called 'flip-learning' and blends it with tips, clever menu preparation, plenty of practical tips and habit-tracking to help you make positive improvements.
One of her blogs that’s eye catching was the one entitled “Don’t Stress About the Sugar in These Foods”. She said that we've always understood that eating so much sugar or more accurately, a huge number of lollies, cookies and chocolate was not healthy for us. However the advertisements in the newspapers these days point to the obvious risks of secret carbohydrates, some lurking in so-called "healthy food" or ingredients that do not even taste sweet. She enumerated list of food we do not need to say no to because of its sugar.
Sally generally focus on concocting high-protein foods packed with good fats and wholesome nutrients. This helps her to maintain lean muscle and sustain my energy levels. Processed foods that are high in salt, sugar and trans-fats are out. Blogging about her foodie adventures has propelled Sally into freelance journalism, recipe development and commercial food photography. She is an Ambassador for Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, working to spread the word on real food in Sydney and beyond. After becoming a yoga teacher, following a dream to launch her own healthy snack business (Fit Mixes - now sold), and working with international clients on shoots, she released her first cookbook - Love Move Eat (Bauer Books, March 2017). My second book - Meal Prep Plan was released in Sept 2019 with Murdoch and Jan 2020 for American fans with Simon & Schuster.
She explained the importance of Protein on her blog “What to look for in a vegan/plant based Protein”. She stated that one doesn't have to get any of the protein from animal and dairy products. They are definitely the best suppliers of high-quality full proteins available to us but if you adopt a more plant-based or vegan diet, you should substitute them to ensure that you get all the necessary amino acids.
Lyndi Polivnick is The Nude Nutritionist, a Sydney nutritionist in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. She is a nutrition consultant and media dietitian. She is recognised as one of Australia's leading nutrition experts and runs a blog on her website, where she shares healthy eating tips and recipes.
“With all the pseudoscience and wacky nutrition nonsense, it’s hard to know what to eat anymore.” Lyndi stated on her blog with the title “The worst health advice on the Internet”. She shared her rundown on the internet – along with some important things she thought we love to know.