There may be many wellness practitioners stepping into the space of health and food but there are not many nutritionists who come from busy corporate backgrounds, have three kids and who really can understand modern day peoples’ requirements for health, happy hormones, and vitality.
Michele Chevalley Hedge was previously a marketing manager so she truly understands the needs of time-poor corporate executives who, family or not, want health but not hassle. She is often introduced as “the modern day nutritionist – the one who likes a bit of wine and coffee.”
Michele’s clinical practice and experience allow her to share stories of patients and their nutritional transformation which give the audience goose bumps – the kinds of stories that can only be heard if you are at the coal face with clients. Recognising her sensible approach to nutrition, four years ago, Wiley Publishing commissioned Michele to write Beating Sugar Addictions for Dummies. Michele then went onto to write The Healthy Hormone Diet- a 28 day plan for rebalancing your weight, energy, and sleep. And in 2019 Michele released a number one best seller, Eat, Drink & Still Shrink– a busy person’s joyful guide for living.
Michele works with many international corporations and schools- Westpac, CBA, ANZ, HSBC, and corporations like, Apple, Dropbox, Dexus, News.com, Financial Planning Association, AMP, Accenture, Dexus, Woolworths, Bankers Trust, Business Chicks, JLL,
ACCOR, Westfield, Department of Defence, Australian Police Force, Tourism Portfolio, Heart Research Australia, and more. She is the keynote speaker for the Heads of Schools of Australia and the Positive Schools Conference in Hong Kong and in the USA.
Michele is the Nature Care College Ambassador, Cure Cancer Ambassador and Heart Research Institute Ambassador and consults for 100’s on international corporations. She recently sat alongside the Dalai Lama at a conference where she presented on ‘Vitality, Energy and Serotonin – It’s all in Your Food’. Mental health and nutrition research is her passion and has been nominated as Australia Mental Health Awards Finals three years in a row.
Michele loves to write, so along with her blog and social media, she writes for Body & Soul, Huffington Post, Good Health, The Glow, Prevention, Wellbeing, Clean Eating, Cosmo, Women’s Weekly, MindFood and many more. And when Michele isn’t writing or seeing clients she is often delivering a wellbeing keynote of even chatting away on The Sunrise Show and Today show.
Last year, Michele’s business, A Healthy View, expanded to New York and the US with the addition of her online programs. Passionate, authentic and knowledgeable, Michele has several degrees and a diploma of Nutritional Medicine and is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Michele is an educator, storyteller, and passionate researcher.
Being able to stand out in the industry of Well-being services is becoming increasingly difficult, however Michele stands head and shoulders above the rest! I look forward to working with her again soon!– Matthew Garrett, Facebook Account Manager
Michele is a dynamic well-being expert who has helped News Corp Australia with well communicated tips for health and well-being both to our audience and staff. Our staff enjoyed listening to Michele and her tips will make you healthier/ Michele is a dynamic well-being expert who has helped News Corp Australia with well communicated tips for health and well-being both to our audience and staff. Our staff enjoyed listening to Michele and her tips will make you healthier.– Nicholas Gray, Managing Director, News Corp Australia
Thank you for presenting at the Department of Human Services ’Leadership – make it happen: Your talk on the importance of nutrition to improve vitality, energy, and productivity aligned well with our aim to highlight the importance of personal wellbeing at work. The experiences and practical strategies you discussed were embraced by the audience. We are grateful to you for your time and effort in sharing your years of research, your depth of understanding and the ability to present the subject in the most engaging way.– Dinabee Sander | A/ Director, Organisational Development & Analysis| People, Strategy and System Services Department of Human Services | South Australian Government
I attended Michele’s talk titled ‘Energy, Vitality, and Happy Hormones – It’s all in your food’ at the World Positive Education summit in Texas. The title intrigued me because I strongly believe that nutrition has a huge impact on well-being. The talk was amazing Michele’s energetic style and clear messages on the importance of nutrition inspired me to ask her to speak to my leadership team in our company in Australia and now we have partnered with Michele to fill a missing link in our holistic well-being program.– Chairman and Senior Managing Director, Accenture Australia & NZ