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“I don’t think that’s the story of the human race – to wind up sick and depressed.”
(Louise Stephen, as seen in Australian Financial Review)
Louise brings fresh content and delivers it in a way that challenges pre-existing ideas. Her presentations are insightful, rich with thought provoking material and will inspire you to rethink your approach to health.
Authentic and engaging:
Louise is authentic and engaging, drawing on her honest experience as a person who has lived a chronic disease and undertaken years of research and analysis while writing her book.
The latest, most relevant information:
Louise is obsessed with the latest thought leadership in her areas of interest. You can be assured her content will fast forward you to the leading edge of thinking in her topics.
As a former corporate strategy consultant specialising in retail and consumer behavior, Louise spent the ‘healthy’ years of her life in the corporate world learning about communication and behaviour. As a former dialysis patient and kidney transplant recipient, Louise has direct experience as an end-user of the healthcare system. As an author Louise has spent years conducting research and analysis on the drivers of the chronic disease epidemic that is ruining lives.
Known for her entertaining yet honest manner, Louise is an independent speaker who tells it how it is.
Things Louise speaks about:
• The history, politics and science of why we are eating ourselves sick
• The rise and rise of wellness
• Rebirth of the ‘expert’ in a digital era, where the currency is trust and transparency matters
• A life interrupted: finding purpose and meaning in the face of a health crisis
“The wellness and prevention market will outgrow the health care market”
Thankyou for your interest in Louise and her book ‘Eating Ourselves Sick’.
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