2 March 2016

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Race on to change a family’s life A SURVEY conducted last year by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found 63.4 per cent of adults overweight or obese. That’s 11.2 million people. The prevalence of overweight and obese people is rising: in 2011-12 the figure was 62.8 per cent, and in 1995 it was 56.3 per cent. Around one in four (27.4 per cent) of children aged 5-17 are overweight or obese, which is slightly more than 2011-12’s 25.7 per cent. Holistic health coach Maddie Race, of Patterson Lakes, said the statistics were frightening – and that she was not prepared to allow them to keep increasing. Now she is “on a mission” to inspire families to eat healthy foods, cook more at home using wholefoods and fresh seasonal produce, and to eliminate processed sugary foods from their diet. “I want to transform families to be the healthiest and happiest that they can be,” she said. “This is why I am offering a health scholarship valued at more than $2500 to one lucky family.” The scholarship is open to all Bayside families. “The scholarship will be awarded to a worthy family who could do with a holistic health overhaul,” she said. The program will include: n Fortnightly one-hour health coaching sessions with the family n Instructions on setting and accomplishing family goals n Understanding what foods are right for each family member, and n Family cooking workshops, shopping tips, trying new foods and

Police patrol

Hoons steal car A MENTONE man’s car was stolen from 55 Flinders St, overnight Sunday 31 January, and later seen hooning in Frankston. On Tuesday 9 February, the car was involved in an attempted theft of another car in Valetta St, Carrum. On the same day two men were seen setting fire to the car in Miles Gr, Seaford, and destroying it. Anyone with information should call Detective Senior Constable Michael Smith, Kingston CIU, 9556 6111.

medium build, Australian accent, wearing a baseball cap, horizontal stripe T-shirt and pink or red shorts. Another is described as Middle Eastern, 183cm, black jeans and black top. The others could not be identified. Anyone with information should call Bayside police, 8530 5100.

Arrest over burglaries

You are what you eat: Holistic health coach Maddie Race is offering a $2500 health scholarship. Picture: Gary Sissons

understanding food labels, plus more. The health scholarship will form part of a case study, which will benefit the community. “The sharing of such a personal journey will hopefully inspire other families take control of their lives, and adapt a healthier lifestyle,” Ms Race said. Applications for the scholarship are open to families with no more than two children aged over 10. They will share their story with Ms Race who will then interview three families before choosing a winner. Applications close Friday 25 March. Email applications to health@maddierace.com.au

Ms Race regularly leads workshops and cooking classes on nutrition and healthy eating. She also teaches children’s cooking classes, and is an ambassador of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Ms Race offers health coaching to those seeking to improve their health in a holistic way. She specialises in working with busy mothers “who want to look and feel fabulous and lead their family to a healthier, happier life”. See maddierace.com.au or health@ maddierace.com.au or call 0487 427 398.

KINGSTON Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged a man following two burglaries a month apart at the same Highett house. It is alleged a 31-year-old Rosebud West man burgled the View St property, Tuesday 19 January, and again late last month. He was arrested on Wednesday and charged with theft and burglary offences. Leading Senior Constable Adam West said the man was remanded to appear at the Moorabbin Magistrates’ Court, Thursday 24 March.

Hitting the road

Fruity thief

THIEVES broke into a car parked on the nature strip in Third Av, Chelsea Heights, early Tuesday 23 February, and found a spare set of keys in a door pocket. At 4.30am, they crashed the car into a street tree in Second Av, Black Rock, causing major damage. Residents said they saw four men jump out and run towards Beach Rd. One is described as Caucasian,

CHELTENHAM police are searching for a man who reached over the counter of the Feeling Fruity juice kiosk, Level 3, Southland Shopping Centre, 6.55pm, Thursday 11 February, and stole a staff member’s iPhone 6S mobile. His image is displayed above. Anyone with information should call Constable James Nixon, Cheltenham police, 9583 9767.



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