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The Voda­fone War­riors nu­tri­tion­ist gives us the low­down on her life and loves

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Typ­i­cal week

My part­ner and I are both per­for­mance nu­tri­tion­ists so we work from home a lot of the time, mean­ing we get to spend so much time with our gor­geous lit­tle girl. So the ‘Big 3’, as we re­fer to our­selves, do nearly ev­ery­thing to­gether, which is price­less. I get up ev­ery day between 4.30 and 5.30am as I can get a head start on the day. I sneak past my daugh­ter’s room, as she’ll want to join me if she knows I’m up, and head down­stairs for my wa­ter and dash of lemon es­sen­tial oil. I make a mush­room cof­fee drink then head to the of ce; yep, I’m still in my PJs. If it’s War­riors day, I’m get­ting ready to head to the club to work with the play­ers on their body mea­sure­ments.

I’d de­scribe my style as…

Sporty blended with a lit­tle crazy topped with a smidge of I have no idea of what I am ac­tu­ally do­ing.

Most of my time is taken up by…

My beau­ti­ful new fam­ily.

If I were a bil­lion­aire, I would…

Open a mas­sive health and

tness cen­tre with a car­dio cen­tre, pool, gym area, hair salons, mas­sage, and café. And I would make it free ac­cess to ev­ery­thing and all ser­vices so that peo­ple could just come in and do things that would make them leave feel­ing like a mil­lion dol­lars.

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