Kristine is the recipient of the ‘International Women’s Day Outstanding Role Model Award 2011’ and nominated for Who’s Who of Australian women, 2011–2013 and was selected as the Professional of the Year in her ﬁeld for her continued dedication to her work with Worldwide Who’s Who International 2015–2016.
She has appeared on Channel Seven’s Today Tonight, Nine’s Today Extra program with Sonia Kruger, and several television news programs throughout Australia; as well as being a guest on many national, regional and international radio programs including 2GB’s Alan Jones, Brisbane’s 4BC with Jamie Dunn and Ian Calder, and has been featured in regional, national and international magazines, and newspapers.
Kristine believes in the near future, that global health care will be elevated to a higher platform and evolve from a focus on sickness towards holistic wellness and together with her husband Wayne Matheson BHSc Naturopathy (Student), Nutritionist, Meditation Mind Body Coach and Personal Trainer facilitates Seminars, Workshops and Wellness Retreats
Kristine Matheson was diagnosed with stage IV metastasized melanoma in 2005 and given a prognosis of six months to live.
Kristine has always believed in the power of ‘food as medicine’ together with the use of herbs and supporting nutritional supplementation. Nourishing the body, mind and Soul together with letting go of fear is her mantra.
It took Kristine only ﬁve months to cure herself of cancer and due to her own success she went onto write the ﬁrst edition of the best-selling book From Cancer to Wellness: the forgotten secrets (2009). A step-by-step handbook for beating cancer.
She is also the author of ‘Holistic Wellness Recipe Book’ and co-author of Olivia Newton-John’s Livwise Cookbook.
Over the years, Kristine has enthusiastically and successfully volunteered her time and experience in supporting many discouraged cancer sufferers worldwide take control of their own health, and triumph without the use of drugs or radiation. Her passion is to share her strategies to liberate 1 million people of cancer globally by the year 2020.