Sherry Strong is a Food Philosopher and Nutritional Strategist. She is a Chef, Nutritionist, the Curator & Co-Founder of the World Wellness Project, former; Victorian Chair of Nutrition Australia, Melbourne President of Slow Food, TEDxTokyo 2009 speaker and was on the faculty of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition. Sherry's written & illustrated a book called 'A Return To Food - how going back is the way forward' and now founder of the Jiivala Holistic Culinary Academy & Mentorship Program for Holistic Entrepreneurs.

If Diets Don’t Work! What Does?

The answer depends on whether you are selling a pill, potion, program, book weight loss program or food system that promises magical weight loss. We now even have the companies that have been selling diets for decades telling us that they aren’t diets and have them marketed as health products. If you are still looking…

What does Sustainable living, Slow food and TED have in common and why should we care about it?

I had another great opportunity to speak about Natures Principle when I was invited to the Sustainable Living Festival (16-17 Feb). The festival promotes the concepts about the importance of using the resources of our planet wisely and in a fashion that is lasting (sustainable). As with Sustainable Living, the central idea of Natures Principle…

Corporate Consulting

Corporate – ‘become the employer of choice’ Over $20 billion is the cost of stress related problems and illness in Australia alone. This constitutes more than 2% of the Gross National Product. From the standpoints of productivity, profit, health care, employee retention, legal and moral issues, Wellness Programs have become imperative. Sherry’s Corporate WellPower programs…

Private Consultations

“Everybody is different, every client is different yet the formula for healing is universal.” If you are experiencing health problems that are impacting your quality of life Sherry does take on select clients but please note it is strictly limited on an availability basis as vacancies arise. If there is a vacancy and you would…

Fun or Contribution?

I once heard emotional intelligence could be identified in children by offering them two lollies and telling them when you leave the room and then return 15 minutes later if they don’t eat the lollies they would get three more. (kind of like the Biblical parable of the talents) The child that eats the lollies…