“How I stay healthy”

by Feb 24, 2017Blog, Media, Press

Ever wondered how nutritional professionals stay healthy?

I shared my tips and insights with Good Health Magazine.

Q. What’s your favourite healthy snack?
A. I eat fruit – oranges, apples, kiwi fruit, nectarines, peaches or grapes. And to mix things up a little I have veggies in my fruit bowl to nibble on as well, such as cherry tomatoes, now peas and button mushrooms. Quick and easy!

Q. We’re surrounded by fast food 24/7. How do you stick to healthy eating play?
A. I think our attitude to food has a big impact on our food choices, so I focus on enjoying and being grateful for the wonderful fresh produce we have in Australia. When I think of food in that way, takeaway food doesn’t seem as tempting.

Q. What’s your favourite healthy comfort food?
A. For me comfort food is associated with feeling a bit run-down – so I think of soup. I was always given soup when I was unwell as a little girl. I love pumpkin soup! Roast some butternut pumpkin, some potato, an onion and some garlic. Mix it all together in a blender with some nutmeg, chickpeas, olive oil and a little milk, and enjoy.

Q. What’s a typical nutritious meal?
A. I stir-fry chicken, carrots, snow peas, bok choy, baby corn, mung beans or bean sprouts and broccoli. I add sweet chili sauce and olive oil, with a squeeze of lemon and coriander from my garden.

Q. Handy tip?
A. I keep fresh herbs in my garden so I can add freshly picked ones to my meals.

Good Health Magazine

 

 

As seen in

ABC, The Advertiser, Womens Weekly
NW Magazine, Health & Fitness, Good Health
Huffington Post, Choice, Fox 101.9
SBS, Channel 7, Sydney Morning Herald
Herald Sun, Nine MSN, Channel 9
Channel 10, 3AW, Kidspot

Join the waiting list for Melanie’s next free live online seminar

Want to know how to give your baby a head start in life?  Join the wait list to register for Melanie’s next online seminar.

Join the waiting list for Melanie’s next free live online seminar

 

Want to know how to give your baby a head start in life?  Join the wait list to register for Melanie’s next online seminar.

 

How to boost your fertility by 69% with 5 simple dietary changes

3 easy pregnancy diet tweaks to give your baby a head start in life (that work even if you have morning sickness)

Melanie's Online Programs
Melanie McGrice in the kitchen

Get nutritious recipes

straight into your inbox!

Send your details now to receive Melanie’s recipes designed around a range of dietary needs including improved fertility, weight loss, general heath and wellbeing through improved nutrition. Receive the recipes specific to your needs.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Share this page

                  

Suite 1004, Level 10
1 Queens Road,
Melbourne Victoria 3004

                  

Loading...

Pin It on Pinterest