Srdjan “Serg” Dobic
Macrobiotic Nutrition & Lifestyle Counselor
Serg graduated from the Kushi Institute, the world-renowned centre for holistic macrobiotic studies in Boston, Massachusetts. Implementing the principals of macrobiotic philosophy, diet and lifestyle, Serg specialises in working with clients to increase energy levels, enhance rejuvenation/anti-aging and improve overall wellbeing naturally.
Serg’s journey began when he was 15 years old and his mother, Mina Dobic, was diagnosed with a Stage IV ovarian cancer, which spread to her lymph, bones, and metastasised to her liver. She was given two months to live by western medical experts. With the support of her family, Mina began practising a macrobiotic diet and lifestyle to correct her condition. Six months later, her cancer stopped spreading, and a year later she was pronounced cancer-free. Serg played a significant role in his mother’s recovery, helping her prepare meals and home remedies.
Today, 30 years later, Mina and Serg are renowned macrobiotic counselling team who has worked successfully with numerous clients including Hollywood celebrities Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Alicia Silverstone.
Serg offers variety of services including macrobiotic nutrition and lifestyle consulting, meal preparation, and educational workshops around the world.
Apart from counseling, Serg is passionate in filmmaking and has graduated from NYU. He went on to produce and direct a series of award-winning short films and documentaries.
What can you expect from a consultation and working with Serg?
As an experienced private chef, Serg works closely with you helping apply your newly acquired knowledge to practical, daily use.
Dietary and lifestyle recommendations based on your physical and emotional well being from a philosophy rooted in macrobiotic principals, also known as the oriental concept of Yin and Yang.
Tailored meal plans consisting of unique dishes made with superior, organic ingredients. The meals are mostly plant-based made with whole grains, seasonal vegetables, sea vegetables, beans, tofu, tempeh, seitan, and occasional fish.