First thing’s first. This week’s Foodie’s name is Tara Bliss. With an awesome name like that, there is no real need to toot her horn any longer. However, Tara deserves all the horn tooting we have ears for. As her name suggests, Tara is lovely. She is soulful, spiritual, sassy, sexy and lots of other ‘s’ words. On a professional note, Tara is the founder of Such Different Skies and a life coach who helps women all over the world dissolve overwhelm, self-doubt and limiting beliefs. She is also a dream strategist and a crystal healer in training.Read More
You may know her from movies such as I Am Number Four, Bedtime Stories, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and December Boys. Or, because she once dated (my love) Russell Brand. However, Teresa Palmer is gracing the screen of this website because she is a glowing example of a healthy celebrity foodie. Teresa honours her body like the temple that it is.Read More
Nadine Ominski is the gorgeous soul behind Nadine Lee Nutrition. She is a Holistic Nutritionist, a vegan/vegetarian chef, and the creator of the amazing organic dinner parties, Hot & Healthy Events. Nadine also dabbles in catering, supplying awesome organic food and menu plans to health and wellness retreats and health conscious events across Australia.
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Since yoga is the perfect union of body and mind, it is only natural that many yogis are also avid foodies. All of the ones I’ve met so far are, and Sara Novak is no exception. Sara joins us today from Serene Kitchen – her blog that she has described as a place “where mat and kitchen meet”.
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One of my best friends who lives in Sydney is always keeping me in the loop about awesome organic products and people she thinks I should connect with. Her latest find is Maz from Sadhana Kitchen, the new wholefoods café in Newtown, Sydney.
Maz is a yoga teacher, a raw food and Star Wars enthusiast, and a nutritional medicine student. She believes that what we put into our bodies everyday is part of our Sadhana (conscious spiritual practice), and that eating kindly and consciously unlocks the doors to an abundance of sustainable health and happiness for all beings, our environment and our world.
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The first time I met Sarah Wilson, I was an incredibly nervous 20-year-old magazine writer wannabe walking into the Cosmopolitan office for work experience. Back then, Sarah was the editor of the magazine and she was kind of my idol. I read every editor’s letter she wrote, and loved how she injected brains into the… Read MoreRead More
Maria Laitinen is the Finland-born, Sydney-dwelling talent behind the beautiful food blog, Scandi Foodie. A prop stylist by trade (hence the stunningly styled food photographs on her blog), Maria’s clear passion for delicious dishes shines through in every recipe she posts. After being vegetarian on and off for 10 years, Maria recently turned vegan and… Read MoreRead More
She’s acted on Home and Away and Packed To The Rafters, presented on the red carpet at the Logie Awards and the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards, and started creating her own wellness TV show, but where Melissa Ambrosini really shines is in the kitchen. Sealing her passion for health by earning herself certification as a… Read MoreRead More
This week’s star foodie is fellow health coach and wellness entrepreneur Elizabeth Rider. Elizabeth helps women lose weight the healthy way with her blog, WholeEating Cookbook, and online nutrition programs. She also mentors wellness professionals via her partnership program, Enlightened Living International. Elizabeth has so much on the go, and so much energy for… Read MoreRead More
Every now and then I come across someone on the internet that I just know I would be great mates with if we met in person. Paul Jarvis is one of those people. Paul caught my eye when someone tweeted something about his about-to-be-released recipe e-book on Twitter. It’s called Eat Awesome, and ‘awesome’… Read MoreRead More