I caught up with my gal pal Sammy Gowing a week or so back to see what she’s been up to, get the goss on her new project – Whole Happiness and to have a pow wow about what fertility means to those that aren’t wanting babies.  It’s a beauty!

Want to learn more about Sam or connect with her? Check out her upcoming Melbourne event (which I’m speaking at along side her!)



Lead Me To Success

A leadership forum for entrepreneurial women

Tuesday April 1st 6.30pm-9.30pm

Beach Hotel, Albert Park $97


Join passionate entrepreneurs and HealthTalksTV co-hosts, Nat Kringoudis and Samantha Gowing for a night of motivation, inspiration and dedication.

This exclusive Melbourne event for women delivers the crucial leadership skills, goal setting techniques and how to take action strategies in order to find personal, professional and corporate success.

Nat and Sam will bridge the very diverse gap between sustainable business ethics, politics, self empowerment, leadership, wellness and happiness – with their trademark enthusiasm and infectious motivation.

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Samantha Gowing is the Dr Seuss of health and nutrition. She has dedication and enthusiasm, knowledge and belief, which is second to none. Renowned for her sharp wit, word play, and sense humour, she has a wonderful take on life and the way she explains things.

A product of the Seventies, born in the Sixties, she has been working with food since the Eighties. In the Nineties she became the licensee of the historic Grace Darling Hotel steering it to multi-awarding winning victory – including a coveted Chef’s Hat – for eight years.

A passionate entrepreneur, she founded her globally recognised business Gowings Food Health Wealth in 2000, which provides culinary and marketing solutions to the wellness industry. Sam transplanted herself from the gritty inner Melbourne suburb of Collingwood to lush Byron Bay in 2008 to further her holistic study, research, and to surf the pristine waters of the north coast.

Sam holds a Diploma of Health Science Nutrition, is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, and is one of the inaugural cohort to partake in the Le Cordon Bleu Master of Gastronomic Tourism degree launched in 2012.

When she’s not in the kitchen or the ocean, she mentors like-minded whippersnappers who have a yearning for all things well and healthy in business.

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