My labour of love: to be fit for childbirth
SHARNY Kieser is not one to shy away from indulgence.
But the fitness expert, who is just more than nine months pregnant, says her pleasure now is derived from treating her body - and her baby - as well as possible.
The 34-year-old has gained just 10kg during the pregnancy after putting on 30kg for each of her previous pregnancies.
"That hasn't happened this time because everything I've put in my mouth has been full of the most nutrients and the best for baby and energy," she said.
The Pelican Waters mother and her husband, Julius, 34, hit the headlines in the past year for their outspoken views about laziness leading to obesity and society's lack of responsibility for good health.
Are overweight people lazy and irresponsible?
This poll ended on 12 July 2015.
Yes, look after yourself so my taxes don't pay for your doctors.
Yes, but honestly, who cares? Is this really worth our time?
No, they're spending their effort on career and family instead.
No, shaming fat people's just a way for gyms to stay afloat.
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.
Mrs Kieser said her latest pregnancy, six days overdue, was the best she had had and had reinforced her views.
"When you're eating whatever you want you feel tired and caught in that trap," she said.
"When you come out of that and are eating clean and healthy there's no turning back.
"I've got so much vitality and am much happier.
"It's about looking after your body first. People put so much pride and joy into their home and car but our body is where we live for 80-plus years.
"So it is important we nourish it."
Mrs Kieser said the care she had taken with her diet had resulted in plenty of energy, "great" energy levels and, for the first time in any pregnancy, no indigestion or morning sickness.
"I eat so much food but I've changed my food," she said. "I haven't been crazy at the gym. I've hardly had time to get to the gym but I've done bits of exercise with the kids every day.
"It's also been hugely beneficial to my family. I was hormonal but I've found that's become much better.
"My eating and exercise have been a big thing as to why I'm not tired and feel so good."
That Mrs Kieser has been able to keep up with a one-year-old, a two-year-old and a three-year-old certainly backs that up.
She and her husband also plan to release a new pregnancy book and online program for mums called Fit, Healthy, Happy Pregnancy.
Find out more at http://sharnyandjulius.com or visit their Facebook page.