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Peter Rule

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Holistic Health Services Manager
Peter is a holistic health practitioner and has been in practice since 1991. He has studied, practiced and taught many modalities of natural healing, body work and energy healing in health retreats and wellness centres in Australia, including Golden Door Willowvale in Queensland for a number of years.

Peter has a passion for education and enjoys inspiring others to make healthy positive changes to their lives. Via naturopathy, holistic wellbeing consultations, energy healing and presenting to groups he aspires to assist his clients using both tried and tested science-backed strategies, but also complimentary and integrative medicine to achieve ultimate health for body, mind and spirit.

Integrating the...

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Zoe Bingley-Pullin

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Nutritionist and Chef

Founder of Nutritional Edge and IsoWhey ambassador, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, has long been passionate about the food in our lives. A nutritionist (Diploma of Nutrition, Sydney) and internationally trained chef (Le Cordon Bleu School, London), Zoe helps people embrace the benefits of food through education and understanding.

Zoe is the co-host, alongside Adrian Richardson, of Network Ten’s Good Chef Bad Chef. Series 5 aired weekdays in summer 2012/2013 and series 6 commenced filming in late 2013. Zoe’s expertise and presenting skills are highly sought after and she has made regular appearances on MORNINGS, Everyday Gourmet, TODAY, The Morning Show, Sunrise and Today Tonight.

Bringing her wealth of food knowledge, Zoe works...

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Warren Maginn

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Functional Nutritional Medicine Practitioner and Educator: BHSc. (Nutr. Med.), GradCert. (Hum. Nutr.)

 Warren is a Clinical Nutritionist who specialises in the treatment of chronic health concerns through the principles of Functional & Integrative Medicine. Warren holds a bachelor degree in Nutritional Medicine and a graduate certificate in Human Nutrition from Deakin University. Warren lectures students of Nutritional Medicine in Brisbane Australia and is the National Technical Educator for Research Nutrition, supporting naturopathic and medical practitioners in their use of functional pathology testing and associated supplement prescriptions, within modern integrative health management.

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Karen McLean

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Karen McLean is an Australian living in Dubai and is the creative mind, photographer and sneaky chef behind her blog, Secret Squirrel Food.
Her site and passion is all about making healthy food fun, inspiring and interesting! Apart from cooking and dining, Karen also loves fitness, dancing, having a good laugh, travelling, meeting new people and learning about different cultures.

Healthy food doesn't have to be BORING... let's make it FUN! Secret Squirrel Food is a collection of Karen’s recipes that celebrates the pleasures of eating simple, natural and wholesome food. She loves to experiment in the kitchen and to explore healthy alternatives to your not-so-healthy choices, so join her on this sneaky health food adventure! Secret Squirrel...

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Ashleigh Brunner

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APD and Owner of Body Fusion Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Accredited Practising Dietitian & Accredited Nutritionist
  • Provisional Sports Dietitian
  • Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) 
  • Honours in Nutrition (First Class) 
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise & Sports Science)
  • Certificate 3 & 4 in Fitness (Personal Trainer) 
  • S.S.A.K Accreditation (Skin Fold Testing)
  • Weightloss
  • Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes/Insulin Resistance
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Nutrition for Ballet & Dance

Ashleigh is a passionate and positive Dietitian as well as a qualified Exercise Professional. She is the proud owner of her own Dietetic business called Body Fusion in Lane Cove Sydney and still practices as a Personal Trainer.

In her clinic Ashleigh help’s a wide...

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Sally O'Neil

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The Fit Foodie

After a few months she learnt one thing: life is better with chocolate. And apple crumble. So her experimenting began and The Fit Foodie was born.

She focuses on high-protein foods packed with good fats and nutrients. This helps maintain lean muscle and sustain my energy levels. Her recipes aim to inspire others on their clean-eating journeys. Sally has also launched an eBook and Healthy Snack Mixes, which are available here.

Sally is a self-confessed fitness and foodie addict. After moving from the UK to Australia, her attempt to ditch the apple crumbles and focus on nutrition was subject to a lot of plain low-calorie food.

For all Sally's recipes, head to her website: The Fit Foodie.

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Rosie Mansfield

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The ‘Gen Y’ Nutritionist & Founder of thenutritionists.com


Rosie has a unique way of describing information in healthy digestible chunks and always with her signature sense of humour, making her the ideal choice to educate people (both little and large) on the importance of practising a healthy daily diet.

In 2011, she completed her Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine at the Australian College of Natural Therapies giving her the background she needed to chase her dream of making nutrition education simple and fun. Her goal is simple - to help the next...

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Geraldine Coren

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Geraldine has taught extensively in Yoga studios, corporate, health, private and retreat settings in Sydney and Newcastle since 2000. 

Geraldine also has over three years’ experience teaching Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness, Breathing, Stress Management and Sleep Promotion at the Golden Door Health Retreat – Elysia, where she is known for her nurturing teaching style. She brings energy and passion to sharing the teachings and benefits of Yoga, along with her own insights from nearly 20 years of practice, with her students.

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Emma Stubbs

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Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD)

Emma is talk-your-ears-off passionate about food and nutrition. She is a strong advocate for a balanced eating pattern - packed full of fresh, whole food paddock-to-plate goodness, enjoyed with a healthy side of moderation.

Breakfast is her religion, peanut butter is a pantry essential and she would prefer to spend money on shoes than ‘superfoods’.

Her blog, Broccoli and blueberries, is a mixture of a food, nutrition and reflections on the simple (and often food-related) things in life.

Website: Broccoli and Blueberries



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