Simon Hill is a qualified health professional who is passionate about making nutritional information simple and accessible so people can make informed decisions about the food they consume
and provide for their family and friends.
Having completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours in 2008, a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate at Cornell University, Simon is now currently studying a Masters in Human Nutrition whilst being a published author with Penguin (2020). With an eagerness to continually learn and absorb an abundance of science and research to then educate the community of the many
facets of plant-based health is truly a strong passion of his.
Simon is the Founder and Director of Plant Proof, where he has built a strong community and following. Through conducting personal interviews with doctors, professional athletes, celebrities and other leaders in the industry, these Plant Proof podcasts continue to grow reaching a worldwide audience and being nominated as a finalist for the 2019 Australia Podcast Awards. Beyond this Simon regularly supplies articles that provide nutritional education and lifestyle advice to a range of elite media sources such as Nourish, Women’s Health, Men’s Health and Body & Soul as well as being hand selected as an expert in his field to be a contributor for Chris Hemsworth’s Centr App.
With his educational background and strong passion for understanding the body from the inside out, Simon brings extension experience to Eimele. Being well equipped to help you explore and adopt a plant-focused diet whilst providing you with the tools to understand the vital role lifestyle plays in the development of chronic disease in particular the important role of
nutrition to maintain a healthy body weight.
“The core values of Eimele are aligned with mine, as I believe the answer to a healthy body lies in the right food and the right knowledge - information that is backed by scientific evidence. More specifically, I’m a firm believer that weight loss shouldn’t come at the expense of proper nutrition. We shouldn’t be depleting our bodies of important nutrients in order to reach a desired
body weight which is all too common these days."