Susan Stein

Susan has a Bachelor degree in International Business and a Bachelor degree in Health Science, Nutritional Medicine. Her experiences ranges from International sales within the IT industry to interim manager in the European Centre for Macrobiotics. As a former Sales Manager, Susan knows how to motivate and engage people. Originally from the Netherlands, after her travels in Africa, she now resides in Australia with her husband and two daughters. Susan is the founder and creator of the ‘Ripple Effect of Food’ program.

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Do we Allow Social Media to Teach our Teenagers About Health?

With the shift into the digital age also came a shift in what we eat. Out are homemade meals consumed on set times surrounded by family, in came our need for snacking and take-away foods....

To detox or not to detox..

Detox is the ‘IT’ word of the past decade, and took over the world. Drainage not so much. Understandably of course, because if you think of drainage, pipes, waste and gunk come to mind connected...

Because we are not nourished by food alone…

Heading up to the New Year we get our lists out. We may reflect on the past year and note down our achievements. We make new lists, or in some cases, we just copy the...

It’s neither here nor there… The perils of jetlag

To read the words of T.S. Eliot, “The journey, not the arrival, matters” makes you realize, that T.S. Eliot has never flown economy. Because if he had, he would never have uttered those famous words. The joy of being squeezed...

Does the idea of healthy eating stress you out?

Do you feel that you are the only person who does not eat healthy? Are you embarrassed to take out your lunch at work when everyone else’s looks so much better? Do you lie that...

Want to be smart? Go slow!

In my previous blog, ‘How stress is wearing us down and what to do about it’  I briefly discussed the effects of stress on our body, making stress a high risk factor for diseases like metabolic syndrome,...

How stress is wearing us down, and what to do about it

When people talk about stress we often imagine a workplace around it. Of course, there are many factors in our daily life besides work that cause stress. What is stressful is different for everyone: Whether you are in a...

So, There is a Link Between Stress and Nutrition?

As a promoter of healthy work environments and assisting employees deal with their stress by adapting to a healthier life style, this question is asked frequently: How (on earth) can food help lower stress among my...

‘Early to bed and early to rise, makes a (wo)man healthy, wealthy and wise…’ Benjamin Franklin

‘Early to bed and early to rise, makes a (wo)man healthy, wealthy and wise…’ Benjamin Franklin As much as I appreciate striving for our own individuality, proper nutrition and sleep are 2 basic needs for any living being and that should not be...

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The Mishap Becomes the Path

The mishaps become the path Last week I was in New Zealand. In addition to pursuing my personal development journey and seeking to promote the...

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