Sal Prothero is a Clinical Nutritionist, author, presenter and founder of Whole Food Nutrition. She is passionate about diet, nutrition and mental health (anxiety, depression, ADHD).
Her special interests lie in gut health and mental health. The two are closely related. You can be any age struggling with mental health issues – diet and nutrition can play a huge role.
Save money with this one to one personalized consultation package.
Includes Hair Mineral Analysis, consultations, diet and lifestyle plans and weekly email support.
Eat To Beat Depression$297.00 incl. GST
This 6 week online program is for you if you’re depressed, overwhelmed, stressed and time poor. It is simple and practical that fits in with your everyday life.
The meal ideas/recipes are designed to give you the essential nutrients you need to beat depression and for your brain health. They are also designed to reduce inflammation and are beneficial for your gut health which both are key factors in depression.
Do you want to be free of depression and anxiety? Do you want to do the things in life that you’ve wanted to do for so long?
We review your health history, current symptoms and concerns as well as lifestyle and dietary habits and your health goals. Functional medicine testing necessary.
Change Makers (Volume 3)$26.99 incl. GST
In Change Makers, Sal Prothero and 24 other inspirational women share what drives their vision to serve others, create businesses and enrich lives in their communities and around the globe.
Do you have a sweet tooth? I bet you do. Here's a simple, easy recipe to whizz up for those times when you fancy something chocolately. Ingredients2 cups of hazelnuts1/2 a cup of water1/2 a cup of pure maple syrup3 tablespoons of raw cacao powder MethodBake the...
Here in Melbourne, our days range from hot to freezing and that's in one day! On the other side of the world, your autumn days will be turning chilly. This recipe from Dr Michael Mosley includes anti-inflammatory and protein foods that feed your microbiome, which in...
Ever noticed that when you ask someone how they are, they never say they’re depressed. The standard reply is, ‘I’m so tired’, ‘So busy’, ‘Stressed’, ‘Anxious’. The word depression still induces a fear of stigma but yet it is a medical condition just like...