If The View, The Doctors and Sex And The City produced spawn, it would be healthtalks TV. We are four Australian women – each an acclaimed expert in our field – who have joined forces to deliver health information that you can’t and won’t find anywhere else.
It’s not often you will find women who have the balls to go on camera and demonstrate a coffee enema, give a detailed description of ovulation, dispel the myths of raw food, tell us the truth about organics, drink clay, and swish coconut oil in their mouths all in the name of health.
Controversial? Perhaps. But we are gaining a following that can only indicate just how hungry people are to hear health truths that have not been spoken before – even if things do get a little weird.
We are Dr Natalie Kringoudis, Jess Ainscough, Melissa Ambrosini and Samantha Gowing.
The show was born when we had the idea of pooling our talents and audiences to be able to reach even more people with our messages of wellness and empowerment.
A little about us …
Dr Natalie Kringoudis: a doctor of Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, a natural fertility expert, the author of Fertilise Yourself and the owner of a popular Melbourne women’s health clinic.
Jess Ainscough: a former magazine writer who healed her body from cancer naturally. Now she is a health coach, a motivational speaker, the creator of the hugely popular blog TheWellnessWarrior.com.au, and a soon-to-be published Hay House author.
Melissa Ambrosini: is a former actress and dancer (having guest starred on Packed To The Rafters and danced at the Moulin Rouge in Paris) who, after experiencing major burn out, naturally healed herself of adrenal fatigue. Now she is a health and life coach who specialises in empowering women, is a writer and owner of Path To Wellness.
Samantha Gowing: a therapeutic chef, an award-winning clinical nutritionist, author of The Healing Feeling and a globally renowned teacher of food as medicine. She is an entrepreneur who created her business Food Health Wealth in 1999 providing culinary and marketing solutions to the wellness industry.
A big part of healthtalks is the comments and feedback that come from viewers. We want to hear what you think, whether it’s a single line or half a page. It’s your thoughts and ideas help us drive healthtalks in the direction you want us to go in as well.
You can watch healthtalks on your computer, your mobile phone or your tablet and you’ll never have to get home at a set time or have to program the VCR to see us.
Jess – The Wellness Warrior
Mel – Path to Wellness
Sam – Bitter Sweet Sour