Why Sally Fitzgibbons Hasn’t Eaten Hot Chips Since Age 10

Victoria Webster

Dec 31, 2015

She was just ten years old when she swapped hot chips for health foods. What started out as a bet with her brothers has turned into a mindful and nutrition based approach to one of life’s great pleasures – eating.

Why Sally Fitzgibbons Hasn't Eaten Hot Chips Since Age 10

This does not mean nibbling on a piece of lettuce and skinless chicken breast for every meal of the day. Sally has re-invented delicious nourishment with one simple and glorious catchphrase:

Create a rainbow on your plate

She enjoys celebrating fresh produce with exciting salads and indulgent fruit and nut combinations. This proves that fuelling your body in the best way never has to be boring.

“I think it’s all about having fun with your food, having that connection, trying different flavour combinations and just seeing what produce is out there. You know; it’s summer, we’ve got an amazing array of summer fruits, vegetables.”

Why Sally Fitzgibbons Hasn't Eaten Hot Chips Since Age 10

Find out more about Sally’s new Foundation and why it’s important to Eat All The Colours Of The Rainbow.


By Victoria Webster

Victoria Webster is a contributor for The Carousel. She began her journalism career by studying Media and Communications at The University of Sydney.


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