Zara D’Cotta: Six reasons to eat with seasons

Great article on healthy eating and why it’s important to eat with the seasons from Aussie blogger, Zara D’Cotta.

Zara D’Cotta started OhMyGoodness (OMG) following her breast cancer diagnosis just before her 30th birthday. This life-changing experience inspired her to take a leap of faith and leave her career in corporate communications to combine her passion for health and wellbeing with her love of storytelling.

Zara noticed a push towards locally grown food; a desire to build our sense of community; the growing importance of wellbeing and interest in finding new and fun ways to exercise.  OhMyGoodness (OMG), her ultimate guide to healthy living, is now followed by 30,000 Australians who love its guides to the hottest healthy eating spots, fitness trends, travel adventures and beautifully styled whole food recipes.

One of Zara’s key healthy eating tips is to eat seasonal produce. In a recent blog post, she explained why.

Mother Nature is a very clever lady. She knows what foods are best to nourish and sustain us through each season, making sure they are abundant and ripe for the picking at…

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Inspirational Woman: Olivia Wollenberg

Olivia Wollenberg is a British foodie blogger, best-selling author and super force behind Livia’s Kitchen. Having been diagnosed with severe food intolerances, Olivia turned her desire for “f… Source: Inspirational Woman: Olivia Wollenberg

Inspirational woman: Annalise Braakensiek

Read our interview with the fabulous @annalisebraakensiek – all about natural health and beauty…

Beautiful Australian model, designer and presenter Annalise Braakensiek is one of our most gorgeous neighbours in Sydney and a long-term fan of Ere Perez. With an incredible 2.4 million Facebook followers and another 22.5k on Instagram, this super-talented lady is as influential, as she is gorgeous; speaks six languages; has her own stunning range of jewellery and a line of sleepwear and lingerie.

She has just signed with Spanish sunglasses brand, Flamingo, and has her own collection set to launch in October this year at http://www.flamingoaustralia.com.

Annalise grew up on a biodynamic farm and is naturally dedicated to healthy living, a devoted yoga fan, pescatarian and cruelty free advocate.  She’s a committed supporter of the Starlight Foundation, Cancer Council and Olivia Newton-John Cancer Centre and prolific animal rights advocate, having campaigned on behalf of PETA, the Human Society International (HSI), and the RSPCA.

What does being naturally beautiful mean to…

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Just posted on Wondrous Ink Blog, an interview about storytime and life on the road with my gorgeous friend Bessie Bardot and daughter BlueBelle. An inspirational read for all parents. http://www.wondrousink.com/blog/bessie-bluebelle-and-storytime-in-the-flow/.

Inspirational woman: Sarah Wilson

Love Sarah Wilson – see interview for Ere Perez’s blog…

The lovely Sarah Wilson is one of Australia’s best-known media commentators in the health, health living and beauty fields; as well as being a journalist, author and magazine editor. In her twenties, Sarah was a restaurant reviewer and editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. She was also the host of the hugely successful first series of MasterChef Australia and face of Lifestyle You.

Following her diagnosis with autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s, Sarah began to look at different ways to manage her illness. These ways included following a toxin free, sugar free diet as well as reviewing her attitude to health and exercise. Sarah’s books, IQuitSugar and I Quit Sugar For Life have been a huge success and spawned a successful business,  including a series of cookbooks, which she manages with her Sarah Wilson blog and media work, while cycling and hiking in her spare time.

You have a pretty crazy schedule with IQuitSugar.com and your media…

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Inspirational Woman: Zoe Tuckwell-Smith

Ahh the lovely Zoe Tuckwell Smith. Check out her interview for ErePerezNaturallyBeautiful blog @ereperezmakeup

Zoe Tuckwell-Smith is one of Australia’s best-loved young actresses. Known for her leading role in Winners & Losers, she has appeared in many films and TV series, including Home & Away, All Saints and thriller, Gone. She lives in Melbourne with actor/director partner Damon Gameau and their one-year-old daughter, Velvet.

Your little girl has just turned one! How has your life changed in a year?

Magnificently. I never expected to love being a mummy as much as I do. It’s the most joyful I’ve ever felt!

How do you juggle working as an actress and being a mum?

I don’t really! I only went back for a few months after velvet was born to finish up a job i’d been on for some time. It was really difficult juggling it all. I’m finished now and have taken the rest of the year off to be a mum.

Are you a…

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Meet Beautiful Aussie Actress Zoe Tuckwell Smith

In her interview with Sophie for CareforKids.com.au, Zoe talks about her life, family time and her first year as a mum. Zoe Tuckwell Smith is one of Australia's best-loved young actresses. Best known for her leading role in Winners & Losers, she has appeared in many films and TV series including Home & Away, All... Continue Reading →

TV Chef Manu Feildel reveals his perfect day as a regular Dad

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2012-07-18-Manu-S3-001-667x1000-600x899We know him as a chef and TV personality, but here Manu Feildel tells CareforKids.com.au what he’s like as a regular dad to son, Jonti,10.
MANU FEILDEL is one of Australia’s best known and loved chefs. The host of Channel7 series My Kitchen Rules, has been a feature on Australian television for over a decade.
In 2011 Manu won the 11th series of Dancing with the Stars, showing that he has an array of skills outside the kitchen! He is the author of three successful cookery books and lives in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
C4K: What’s it like being a famous Dad – for you and for Jonti?

MF: Obviously I don’t see myself as a famous dad, just a dad to Jonti. As he’s getting older though, he’s noticing more and more that I get recognised when we’re out. He’s very good about it, but it can be frustrating…

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