Sandra Dubbs

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Sandra Dubbs has been a Wholefood Nutritionist, Natural Food Educator and Cooking Teacher for 25 years.
Over the years she has been involved in importing, wholesaling and retailing natural foods.

Aside from owning and operating health food stores and health cafes, consulting and studying, Sandra also established the original Melbourne Japanese Cooking School in 1986 as well as health supportive Vegetarian and Macrobiotic-style cooking classes.

In 1999 Sandra created and produced Australia’s leading nutritional vegetarian cooking on video/dvd “Sandra’s Whole Cuisine “

She teaches at various venues including Box Hill Institute, Holmesglen Institute, Centre for Adult Education (CAE) Melbourne, overseas and at her private kitchen in Melbourne.

She has taught “Food As Medicine” at Monash University Medical School, Swinburne Department of Integrative Medicine and now runs her own adult education Nutrition and Wholefoods Course at Holmesglen Institute, CAE and in North Caulfield.

Being involved in the wellness movement, Sandra travels extensively, to study and experience with many masters of the health food movement, new developments in health, food as medicine, macrobiotics and natural food cookery.

Sandra continues her journey with health supportive organic wholefoods by running cooking classes, presenting workshops and seminars on food as medicine and nutrition for wellbeing, as well as consulting and creating health supportive wellbeing programs for corporate and private clients.

Sandra is a well-known organiser as well as presenter at Integrative Medical conferences, Natural Therapy Trade Expos and Professional Wellness seminars in Australia and overseas.

She has recently been appointed as Wholefood Nutritional Consultant for the National Institute of Integrative Medicine in Hawthorn, Melbourne.

As a Wholefood Nutritionist, Sandra especially enjoys passing on practical knowledge, experience and inspirations to individuals and groups who desire to live in good health, naturally.