Improving the Health of Our Communities One Lifestyle at a Time 

Built on the foundation of a medically designed and developed weight loss protocol, Simplr Health is a weight loss and lifestyle education program. Simplr Health is committed to the four pillars of 1) validated science for safe weight loss, 2) personalised one-on-one coaching and support, 3) dieter empowerment and 4) a healthier lifestyle education so dieters may sustain their results long-term. These four pillars, and the emphasis on the need for lifestyle change to ensure successful weight loss, are at the heart of what makes our protocol unique and effective.

This is the Simplr Health Difference

Maintaining a stable weight after dieting often requires changes to your lifestyle habits. This is why Simplr Health strongly emphasizes education and understanding. You must learn to eat “smarter” or risk regaining your lost weight. Therefore, when you begin our program you will be assigned a personal weight loss coach. Your coach will assist you through each of the 4 phases of the Simplr Health Weight Loss Method. In phases 1 & 2 your coach will help you set your weight loss goals and support you on that journey. In phases 3 & 4 your coach will shift focus to weight stabilization and post-diet living, teaching you weight maintenance habits that may assist you in keeping the excess kilos off after dieting. You will learn:

  • how your body fat is burned.
  • the relationship between insulin and weight gain.
  • which foods are best suited for healthy weight management
  • when, why and in what combination to eat carbohydrates, fats, and proteins,
  • and much more.

Our Mission

Simplr Health’s mission is to have a meaningful impact on the global epidemic of obesity. Therefore, providing our dieters with a quality of service that matches the quality of our products is our number one priority.

Management Team

Dean Kilby BSc(Hons)(Biotech)
Founder & Director

Educated in biochemistry and microbiology, Dean graduated with first class honours in biotechnology and undertook subsequent post-graduate training in molecular medicine. His scientific and clinical experience has since spanned the pharmaceutical industry, medical communication, and scientific consulting from metabolic disease to regenerative medicine – both in Australia and internationally.
Further to this Dean has extensive experience in transformational performance coaching and has been a leading trainer across the ANZ region for almost 15 years. He founded Simplr Health with a commitment to contribute the possibility of being well to big people with big lives.


John De Angelis

Strategic Advisor

Sydney based Simplr Health is delighted to have technology executive John De Angelis join their Advisory Board.
Former Star Entertainment Group CIO and AMP Director of Technology, John has over 30 years’ experience in developing, scaling, and commercialising technology platforms for three of Australia’s key Financial Institutions (ANZ, ING and AMP) and the large entertainment group, The Star.
John will be bringing his expertise in strategic leadership in future technologies, execution capability and people leadership over to Simplr Health as they scale across Australia.

Raman Bhalla

Financial Advisor

Raman is a highly experienced chief financial officer, investor, company secretary and an investment banker.
Partner of RSB Hexagon which provides end to end services in busines advisory, accounting, tax, financing, real estate investments and wealth management, Raman is also the founding principal of Proactive CFOs and Business Advisors which is a specialist provider of resident director services, capital raising, mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures advisory services.
Furthermore, Raman is President and CEO of Sydney Investors, Professionals and Business Networking Group Incorporated (SIPBN).
Previously, Raman worked with several Australian and Global investment banks in senior executive management roles. A Chartered Accountant, FCPA, CIMA who holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Raman’s extensive international business, professional and political networks include Australia, US, India, Israel, Hong Kong and China. He joins the Simplr Health team and proudly steers the company’s financial future.

Clinical Advisory Team

Dr. Philip Norrie MBBS, MA, MSc, MSocSc (Hons), PhD, MD, FRSN, FRSM

Senior Clinical Advisor

Dr. Philip Norrie is a family doctor and researcher with a focus on preventative medicine, including the use of Reservatrol Enhanced Wine, and showing the role of infectious diseases on the demise of ancient civilisations. He joins Simplr Health as our senior clinical advisor and offers a wealth of clinical and research experience.
Dr. Norrie is also a conjoint senior lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of New South Wales and the University of Newcastle, the vice-chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at the Northern Cancer Institute in Sydney, and a fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales. Dr Norrie has published 17 books about wine and medical history.


Dr. Corey Cunningham, MBBS, FRACGP, MSpMed, FACSP

Senior Clinical Advisor

Dr. Cunningham is a fellow of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP), having completed specialty training in Sport and Exercise Medicine.
He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has completed a postgraduate Masters in Sports Medicine at the University of NSW.
Dr. Cunningham’s experience includes working with elite teams across a range of sports, including rugby, soccer, rugby league, paralympic sport, netball, sailing and golf.
He is currently the Medical Director for the NSW Institute of Sport, Chief Medical Officer for Football NSW, Australian Paralympic Team and the Australian Sailing Team and works with Australian Rugby, Gold Coast Titans, Western Sydney Academy of Sport and Barker College.
He has developed multiple RACGP QA & CPD Activity Learning Modules for GP education and is on the Board of Censors for ACSEP and is a convener of the annual ACSEP Scientific Conference.

Dr. Farid Nassif MBBCh(Hons) MMed(Genetics & Reproduction) DipPDermMerit(UK)

Clinical Advisor

Dr. Farid Nassif, fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, is an expert professional in the fields of cosmetic medicine, skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, and a leading authority on the use of stem cells and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) in both cosmetic skin treatments and medical treatments including sport injuries.
His expertise in anti-ageing and regenerative medicine has grown through his many years in the field. Since completing his Master’s Degree in Human Reproductive Medicine and Genetics in 2001 at Sydney University, where his main thesis was on stem cells, he has been a pioneer in researching the role of cancer stem cells in the initiation and progression of skin cancer.
Dr. Nassif has served as a member of the advisory board of the Australasian Academy of Anti-Ageing Medicine and is a national and international speaker on topics related to stem cells and skin cancer.

Dr Edmond Ng


Clinical Advisor

Dr Edmond Ng has over 30 years of international clinical practice as a surgeon, family physician, sports and aesthetics physician with a specialist surgical fellowship (UK), a postgraduate family medicine fellowship (Australia), and a post graduate certification in aesthetic medicine (USA).
He was a Captain (Medical Corps) in Singapore Armed Forces Military Medicine Institute (MMI) where he was a Sports Physician and participated in clinical care, biomechanics, metabolic and human performance research. This included research into Weight Reduction in Obesity. The MMI is a leading multi-speciality military and sports medicine centre in East Asia. Edmond was also a Flight Surgeon in Republic of Singapore Air Force.
Dr Ng was an Adjunct Lecturer in Sports Science & Human Performance for Monash University and Edith Cowan University. Edmond was invited to be a Lecturer in Human Anatomy for Edith Cowan by world renown Prof Robert Newton who consults for Nike, Chicago Bulls, England Rugby, Manchester United, English and Australian Institutes of Sport, and Surfing Australia.
Further to this, Dr Ng is a clinical tutor at both Melbourne and Monash Universities, an examiner at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and has extensive clinical experience in community, corporate and industrial medicine for clients such as Qantas, Ford and Honeywell.

Dr Eric Hansen

B.Chir.Sc., M.Chir., DACNB

Chiro & Neuro Rehab Expert

Eric passed his ACNB exams in 2012 and holds a Diplomate of Functional Neurology qualification. His journey has since taken him into the realms of vestibular rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury and more recently functional neuro-orthopaedic rehabilitation. Having access in his clinic to sophisticated diagnostic equipment has been a huge aid when treating complex cases such as vertigo and concussions.
Eric is founder and principle at Brain and Body Health in Gladesville.

Angelo Digiglio APAM B. phty (ACU), BAppSc, BHSc (Hons), DRM

Nutrition Expert and Physiotherapist

Angelo is a Physiotherapist with interest areas of musculoskeletal injuries and a sports focus on tennis, golf and endurance events. Angelo has extensive experience working in Physiotherapy clinics across Sydney with over 15 years clinical experience.
Additionally, Angelo is university degree qualified in nutrition and has provided clinical services for sports professionals as well as vastly different ailments including complex gastrointestinal conditions. Furthermore he is a highly trained Myofascial deep muscle therapist and Trigger Point expert in the treatment for postural and functional disorders.

David Boyle MBA, ASCA Board Member, Level 3 Master Coach

Strength & Conditioning Master Coach

David’s involvement in elite sport has spanned 40 years as a player, administrator, and high-performance coach over three national sports (Rugby League, Union and Basketball). Having already completed an MBA specialising in sport management, David is currently undertaking a Master of Medical and Health Science by Research, his thesis entitled “Managing Neuromuscular (NM) and Perceptual Fatigue (PF) in the National Rugby League (NRL)”.
David has owned and managed a rehabilitation and gymnasium facility for 18 years. He has been a board member of the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA) for sixteen years and has recently taken a role with the National Rugby League (NRL) as High-Performance Manager Officiating.

Scientific Advisory Team

A/Prof Russell Vickers PhD, MacMed, MDSc, Grad Dip Sc Med, BDS, FFPMANZCA, Dip Homeopathy, Dip Botanical (Herbal) Medicine

Scientific Advisor

Adjunct Associate Professor Vickers is the Director of Research at Clinical Stem Cells. His formal training was in embryonic stem cells at the Stemcore Facility, University of Queensland. Other research expertise is in analytical and peptide chemistry, mass spectrometry and bioactive molecules in herbal medicine. Dr Vickers is involved in translation from laboratory to clinic.
He is a Maxillofacial Surgeon, Pain Specialist and Herbal Medicine. Dr Vickers has published 1 book, 6 book chapters and 32 peer reviewed research papers and clinical reports. His group in 2014 published the first proof of concept study for the use of stem cells in humans to treat neurological pain.
His PhD was in the molecular chemistry of peptides in pain mechanisms and has Masters degrees in Surgery and Medicine.

Dr. Antonio Civitarese BSc(Hons) MBA PhD

Senior Scientific Advisor (Obesity/Metabolic Health)

Dr. Antonio E. Civitarese is considered an expert in nutrition, weight loss, biopharmaceutical, and supplement development with two PhDs in Nutrition and Endocrinology, and Biotechnology from Deakin University, Australia. In his most recent positions, he was Global Scientific Director for Metabolic Diseases (obesity, diabetes and heart disease) at Novo Nordisk and currently works as a Sr Medical Director in Metabolic and Genetic Disease for a San Diego Pharmaceuticals Company.
In 2005, he was awarded the American Diabetes Association Scientific Meeting Young Investigator Award for his work on hormone signaling in skeletal muscle. In 2006, he was recognized as one of the World’s four best Obesity Researchers from the International Association for Obesity Society Investigator Award, and in 2007 he received the Stock Conference Young Investigator Award for his work in diabetes. Dr. Civitarese ensures the Simplr Health protocol is always evidence based and guided by the most up-to-date science.

Dr. Kristen Willeumier BSc MSc PhD

Scientific Advisor (Neurobiology/Brain Health)

Dr. Willeumier served as the Director of Neuroimaging Research for the Amen Clinics from 2009-2016 exploring the role of neuroimaging in clinical psychiatric practice. She has led a number of clinical research trials investigating the long-term effects of repetitive subconcussive impacts in NFL football players and on therapeutic approaches to rehabilitate brain function in athletes. She has authored or co-authored over 50 published articles in the areas of psychiatry and neuroimaging as it applies to traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, autism, biomarkers of suicide, obesity, and gender differences in brain function, clinical outcomes, brain rehabilitation and applications of machine learning in psychiatric disorders. She is also the co-author of a book chapter on neuroimaging in the Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience. Dr.Willeumier is a Senior Research Fellow with the Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics and sits on the Scientific Committee for the 2018 World Brain Mapping Congress with a focus on developing their Brain Health and Fitness Initiative.
Dr. Willeumier conducted her graduate research in the laboratory of Neurophysiology at the University of California, Los Angeles and the laboratory of Neurogenetics at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She received MS degrees in Physiological Science and Neurobiology and a PhD degree in Neurobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles. She was a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Neurology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where she continued her work in the field of neurodegenerative disease. She was the recipient of the prestigious NIH fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the molecular mechanisms underlying Parkinson’s disease and has presented her work at national and international scientific meetings.

John Ellerman BSc MASM

Scientific Advisor (Microbiome/Gut Health)

John is a consulting microbiologist to Simplr Health and has a special interest in promoting optimal gut health. Originally a microbiologist with the NSW Department of Agriculture, John was then approached to become a leading Microbiologist in the dairy industry where he generated significant innovations towards direct-to-the-vat yogurt/Italian cheese culture for world production.
In 1993 John became a member of the Management Committee for the Australian Government-funded Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Food Industry Innovation. The major programme in this CRC was “Probiotics and Prebiotics” and involved researchers from UNSW, CSIRO and industry. Under John’s scientific leadership, they developed an evolving range of Super-Synbiotic products with vastly superior performance.

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