Candy Marx is a Best-Selling Author, Writer, Travel and Inner Growth Content Creator, and Holistic Health Practitioner specializing in Nutrition, Master Herbalism, and Immunology. She holds a Diploma of Human Nutrition, an Advanced Diploma of Master Herbalism, and a Certificate of Immunology. Candy also holds a Diploma of Journalism, a Certificate of Creative Writing, and a Certificate of Novel Writing.
Born in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, Candy is also an Intuition/Spiritual Mentor, Philanthropist, a Mama of two, and an Award-Winning (former) Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur. She is also a Speaker and Creator on US-platform, BrightLive, on US-platform, Uptime, and is the founder of the holistic wellness company, Plantfed Mana, which she recently sold.
In 2021, Candy was 1 of 17 international changemakers that collaborated with BioCup and Rainforest Rescue, to promote rainforest conservation, particularly for The Daintree Rainforest. Their designs were printed on millions of BioCups and distributed worldwide. Other changemakers include Ziggy Alberts, Camilla Franks, and Patty Mills.
In early 2023, Candy founded WE ARE LOVE—the 'new' news, which is an international media platform to inspire humans to love themselves, and each other. And to highlight the importance of connection, travel, and inner growth.
Candy is a published writer for Nourish Magazine, and her work has been featured in national and international press, including The Sunday Telegraph (AUS), The Financial Review (AUS), The Dominion Post (NZ), Digital Journal (USA), Authority Magazine (USA), Ethical Style Journal (USA), Raise Vegan (USA), and The Times (USA), plus many more.
After spiritually mentoring many people around the world, Candy stepped into the role of Intuition Mentor, in which she developed a highly sought-after course, Advanced Intuitive Communication Development.
A long-term wholefoods vegan (11 years and counting), she currently lives with her plant-based family in Australia.
"I made the connection between animals and my food when I was still quite young. I grew up on a self-sustained farm and our pigs, ducks, and chickens, in particular, were my best friends. And quite frankly, I didn't want to eat my friends. I went vegetarian as a kid, which was at a time when vegetarians didn't really exist — well, not where I grew up. Fast forward 15+ years to the start of my conscious vegan journey."