When we think about the word “health,” it’s easy to get caught up in the idea that eating well means sacrificing taste and flavor. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.
In the kitchen of Hotel Komune, located on the lush and unspoilt east coast of Bali, the goal is to create simple, delicious recipes that are also healthy and sustainable. Over a period of two years, their beloved “Big Chef” has hand-crafted a selection of recipes that draws inspiration from aromatic and flavorful Asian dishes, and makes sure to pack a major micronutrient and macronutrient punch that help you feel your best.
We believe that food should make you feel good inside and out, so we invite you to try these recipes at home—and we hope they make you feel like a plant-based powerhouse!
Simon Hill, a physiotherapist and nutrition scientist, is dedicated to simplifying health and nutrition information. He began his career interested in the physiology and anatomy related to optimal athletic performance. Then, encouraged by his Dad’s heart attack, he turned his attention to nutrition’s role in preventing disease and optimising health. Concerned about misleading wellness industry trends, he completed a Master of Science in Human Nutrition at Deakin University.
Today, Simon hosts a podcast featuring experts translating research into practical advice. He authored “The Proof is in the Plants,” advocating for a plant-rich diet based on current nutrition research.
On it’s debut week The Proof is in the Plants was the #1 non-fiction book in Australia. He continues to deepen his understanding of human health by being actively involved in research investigating the links between nutrition and mental health.
His podcast, The Proof, a space where he sits down with domain-specific experts, has surpassed 40 million listens, exploring various lifestyle factors impacting well-being. Simon now conducts immersive longevity experiences, aiming to empower people to live better for longer.