Wellness in the Workplace: Celeb Chef & Entrepreneur
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With increasing numbers of overworked employees and sky-rocketing health care costs, many companies are devoting significant resources to developing in-house corporate wellness programs. In fact, growing research suggests that nurturing employee health and wellness produces a positive effect on employee productivity and an organization¹s bottom line.
Meet international bestselling author, entrepreneur, and wellness expert, Teresa Cutter. Throughout her career, she has consulted with some of todays leading companies on corporate wellness and health programs. Most recently, she partnered with the Crowne Plaza of the InterContinental Hotel Group as a culinary ambassador to design healthy menu options across its properties in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
About The Healthy Chef:
Cutter is one of Australias leading authorities on healthy cooking and the CEO of The Healthy Chef. A nutritionist and a classically French-trained chef her natural talent and passion for food was rewarded early in her career winning Apprentice Of The Year two years running, followed by a Gold Medal at the Salon Cullinare.
Cutter is the author of four cookbooks (and one international bestseller): Bite Me, The Anti-Aging Cookbook, Fit Food, The 80/20 diet, and 101 Ways to Lose Weight. Cutter is currently working on 2 more cookbooks due for release later this year. She writes healthy recipes for the Sydney Morning Herald, as well as Women¹s Fitness, Men¹s Fitness, Men’s Health, Australian Doctor and has a solid grounding as a TV celebrity chef appearing on live TV and numerous cooking segments.
She has worked with companies including IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) Blackmores, Clinique, Nivea, Horticultural Australia, BSC Body Science, The Health Department of Western Australia, Kamalaya Health Resort, Empire Clinic, Weight Watches, and Vitamix. Currently, she lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband, Paul.