SALLY IN THE MEDIA
Sally is regularly consulted by the media as a an expert contributor and writer. Check out her articles below.
5 MINUTES WITH NUTRITIONIST SALLY JOSEPH
MindFood, May 2017
Sally Joseph, author of 'Love Your Gut', suggests some simple and significant changes you can make to your diet today. 'The human gut is made up of more than 100 trillion microbes weighing around 1.5kg, meaning we are technically comprised of more bacteria than human cells'.
Women's Health & Fitness, April 2017
Sally Joseph, a clinical nutritionist and author of new book Love Your Gut – A Complete Guide to Gut Health and Achieving Optimal Health & Vitality Through Food, says the gut is where wellbeing begins. “Over 90 per cent of serotonin receptors are contained within your gut. Given it’s the happy hormone and influences everything from your mood and behavior, to your sleep and appetite...
WOULD YOU POP A PILL FOR BETTER SKIN?
Cosmopolitan, April 2017
‘If you want glowing skin, the first place to start is with your diet and in maintaining good gut health' says Sally Joseph, clinical nutritionist, Sally Joseph health and wellbeing coach and author of Love Your Gut. ‘The health of your gut will have a direct influence over the health and function of every cell, organ and body system.’
Australian Gluten Free Life, February 2017
Nutritionist Sally Joseph explains,'The organs within your digestive system need to work in harmony with one another in order to function at their best. The organs within your digestive system need to work in harmony with one another in order to function at their best.
An article published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry in 2001, claims that 50 to 90 percent of people treated for IBS have psychiatric disorders, including panic disorder,
generalised anxiety disorder, social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder and major depression.
JUST BECAUSE IT'S GLUTEN FREE DOESN'T MEAN IT'S HEALTHY
news.com.au, January 2016
It seems going gluten free has become as trendy and socially acceptable as swigging a green juice and traipsing around town in active wear. But while many people can attest to the genuine health benefits of going gluten free, not all gluten free products on the market are necessarily healthy.
THE GUTS OF THE PROBLEM
IS YOUR 'SUGAR FREE' DIET REALLY SUGAR FREE?
news.com.au, March 2016
I constantly see recipes and social media posts from people claiming they’re eating ‘sugar free’ or ‘healthy’ sugars, by replacing refined sugar with ‘natural’ forms, like honey, maple syrup or dates, but the truth is these forms are still sugar!
WHAT IS THE RAW FOOD DIET
Vogue, Janaury 2016
“People with A-type blood who are better suited to a vegetarian diet, people with time to prepare fresh food and people who need to do an intense detox,” says Sally Joseph, clinical nutritionist and author of e-book Eat Yourself Healthy in 28 Days. “It is a very alkaline, anti-inflammatory diet and nutrient-dense, thanks to all the whole food from fresh vegetables and healthy fats from olive oil, avocado, nuts and seeds.”
TEN THINGS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT DETOX
Vogue, February 2015
“Gut repair is the foundation to achieving and maintaining optimal health, no matter how old you are, or what your health issue or ailment,” says clinical nutritionist Sally Joseph whose e-book Eat Yourself Healthy In 28 Days focuses on gut repair and healthy detoxing. Here are 10 little known facts about detoxing that may motivate you to schedule a post-summer cleanse.
ALKALINE JUICING IS ALL THE RAGE
news.com.au, December 2015
Alkaline juices are drunk in an attempt to correct your body’s pH balance, reduce systemic inflammation and create optimum health. “Those with high disciplinary levels,” says Sally Joseph, clinical nutritionist and author of e-book Eat Yourself Healthy in 28 Days. It can help after overindulging, as part of a long-term healthy diet, to kickstart weight loss, calm inflammation or get a healthy glow.
Vogue, February 2015
“A good detox will change your palate so you crave healthy,clean foods as your tolerance for sweet stuff drops,” says Sally Joseph, clinical nutritionist and author of e-book Eat Yourself Healthy in 28 Days. A well-designed detox can even help balance your hormones. “That can improve everything from metabolism to period pain, even mood and cognitive function such as memory and concentration, not to mention motivation,” Joseph explains.
IN A PICKLE
Vogue, April 2014
Sally Joseph, clinical nutritionist, health coach and author of Eat Yourself Healthy In 28 Days, says it’s a delicate balance to maintain, and the population of good bugs in your gut can be dramatically reduced by a round of antibiotics, too much sugar or alcohol and even emotional stress. She believes poor gut health is the trigger for many diseases. “Our gut is the keystone to our overall health,
because our body is actually composed of more bacteria than cells, by a ratio of around10 to one, forming a complex ecosystem,” says Joseph, whose
celebrity clients have included Miranda Kerr and seven-time world champion surfer Layne Beachley.
SPOTLIGHT ON COCONUT OIL
Woolworths Fresh 2014
In recent years, there has been a lot of conflicting information surrounding whether or not
this oil is actually good for us.
Much of the debate stems from the confusion surrounding different types of fats and their links to disease and obesity. Virgin, cold pressed coconut oil is technically a saturated fat, which sends many of us running for the gym, but the truth is, not all saturated fats were created equal!
GOOD FOR YOU
Woolworths Fresh, January 2014
We’ve put together nutritionist-approved dishes that are full of the good stuff – they’re diabetic-friendly, low in fat and tasty, too. "The lean protein from the fish in this dish, combined with a source of slow-burning carbohydrate that’s also high in protein, like quinoa, will leave you feeling nicely satisfied without causing fluctuations in your blood-sugar and insulin levels. The healthy fats in fish and olive oil area also great for reducing inflammation associated with diabetes" – Sally Joseph
FUTURE PROOF YOUR HEALTH
Marie Claire January 2012
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to lowering your risk of disease? These get-ahead, stay well strategies might just surprise you. 'Get enough vitamin D - Sensible sun exposure combined with vitamin D supplementation can lower breast cancer risks by up to 45 per cent'.
CLEO, Australia, February 2011
I’ve always been a sucker for a celeb recommendation, especially when it comes to health and fitness. So when I heard that Miranda Kerr had been raving about her nutritionist Sally Joseph (sallyjoseph.com.au) and how she uses live blood cell analysis to gain valuable insights into her patients’ bodies, I was immediately curious about what health secrets my blood might
MIRANDA KERR'S 6 TOP HEALTH SECRETS
Cosmopolitan February 2010
Clinical Nutritionist, Sally Joseph advises Miranda Kerr on dietary and health protocols to keep her strong and healthy. 'My nutritionist, Sally Joseph shares her top health and nutrition tips, and how they have worked for me'. - Miranda Kerr