Teresa "the Healthy Chef"
Teresa is a classically trained chef, nutritionist, author, accredited fitness trainer and media personality.
Teresa's brand philosophy is really about celebrating the elegance and power of pure, wholesome and unadulterated ingredients. Some would say it is a new definition of culinary luxury.
Teresa is the founding director of The Healthy Chef Functional Food Range that consists of organically sourced proteins, superfoods, teas and nutritional based wholefood products. The Healthy Chef is also a boutique media and publishing company producing quality healthy cookbooks for the Australian and world wide market.
“— Teresa Cutter
My main goal at The Healthy Chef is to get people cooking and eating healthier. Eat natural foods, focus on fresh fruits and vegetables and just keep it simple.”
Teresa has designed menus for the Intercontinental Hotels Group relationship with IHG creating 60 original menu items for the MICE market throughout Asia, Middle East and Africa; and then recruited to be among the first female chefs to be part of the IHG Culinary Panel, where she created an additional 20+ recipes.
Teresa is a regular columnist with the prestigious TIME magazine (USA) and the the author of several international award winning cookbooks.
Teresa has also appeared on numerous TV shows including Biggest Loser, The Today Show, Sunrise, The Morning Show, The Living Room and The Daily Edition.
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For a health consultation please visit The Healthy Chef eClinic. Teresa Cuter, The Healthy Chef has carefully selected leading practitioners across a range of specialties, all of whom take an integrative approach to treatment whilst encompassing health science, the latest studies in nutritional medicine and a range of holistic therapies.
Recent articles by Teresa
Why you should take collagen in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and beyond!
What's The Difference Between Prebiotics & Probiotics?
The Immunity Boosting Oil We All Need