Show Notes

Have you ever felt like you aren’t doing this whole wellness gig properly?  Or tried a super strict regime only to fall off the wagon by Thursday lunchtime?  What if you could actually create balance with your nutrition and successfully implement the 80/20 rule without it spiraling into yet another sugar binge?

On this show, I interview Shelley McKenzie from Freedom Wellness to share with us some actionable tips about how to maintain good health whilst still enjoying the pleasures that life has to offer!  Hoorah for that!

Shelley Mckenzie is qualified Nutritionist, and soon to be Naturopath, passionate about using food first to heal the body. She hopes that by sharing knowledge and passion, she will inspire you to make healthy and positive changes in all areas of your life.

Shelley practices nutrition out of Vida Lifestyles in Sandringham Melbourne, alongside the amazing Dr. Damian Kristof and co-host Dr. Jess Naughton. She also offers comprehensive online wellness programs as well as a popular blog, where she creates and shares three healthy recipes a week to help you on your journey.

After experiencing her own sudden health storm in 2013, leading to an autoimmune diagnosis. Shelley took it upon herself to learn to listen to the screams and whispers of her body and heal using the power of food. Since then Shelley has continued to practice what she now preaches, whilst learning along the way that happiness is a large part of health. So finding the perfect balance between health and enjoyment is essential. She lives a clean life but still loves dining out regularly especially when an espresso martini is involved.

She believes Freedom Wellness is a support system for all things health and wellness. And says “my mission is to empower & inspire women to heal their mind, body & soul with greater insight into what gives them true balance and wellbeing!”

Find more about Shelley and Freedom Wellness on her website ( and follow her on Facebook and Instagram for loads of yummy recipes (@freedomwellness).

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