The Nutrition Press
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Perspectives

Microbiota manipulation: the key to treating chronic conditions?

By On December 14, 2017

Microbes have had a bad reputation in the past as being responsible for a number of serious diseases and infections, which has resulted in our affinity for antibiotics and antibacterial products. But… Read More

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Perspectives

Nutrition research: what’s it all about?

By On December 4, 2017

One of the things about the area of nutrition and dietetics that I love (and used to hate) is the broad range of job opportunities we have to choose from! Don’t get… Read More

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Perspectives

Vitamin D and cancer – it’s not all bad

By On November 23, 2017

While your first thoughts when you hear the words “vitamin D and cancer” might be sun overexposure and skin cancer, there’s increasing evidence that vitamin D may actually be more important than… Read More

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Perspectives

Nudging to healthier food choices

By On November 20, 2017

Most people generally know that for good health we should be eating more fruits and vegetables and less junk food. When it comes to actually making healthier food choices, however, many fail to… Read More

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Perspectives

Less than 5 Stars for Australia’s Health Star Rating System

By On November 9, 2017

In 2014 the Federal Government’s health star rating system for food products was unveiled. Since then it has attracted a significant amount of controversy and criticism from both health professionals and consumers.… Read More

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Perspectives

Future of Food: where our eating habits are leading us

By On November 6, 2017

Planet Earth is currently sustaining over 7 billion people. That’s a lot of mouths to feed! And recent food consumption trends indicate that energy intakes are increasing, with average intakes in Australia… Read More

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Perspectives

Iodine – are women getting enough?

By On November 2, 2017

Like many nutrient deficiency diseases, iodine deficiency was generally thought to be a thing of the past in high-income, Western countries. And although the situation has improved considerably, iodine deficiency is still the… Read More

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Perspectives

Do we judge people on whether they eat ‘clean’ or not?

By On October 30, 2017

You’ve probably heard the term a million times: ‘clean’ eating. It’s that photo of a meal that is more like a work of art than food. It’s the celebrity touting their new… Read More

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Interviews

Never too many home cooks in the kitchen: a chat with a nutritionist and mobile kitchen manager at Jamie’s Ministry of Food

By On October 26, 2017

As nutrition and dietetic students, whipping up a stir fry for dinner is oil well and good but for some people cooking at home can seem like a lot of wok, a waste of their thyme… Read More

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Perspectives

Are Gluten Free Alternatives Better For You?

By On October 23, 2017

If there’s one thing I’ve loved about working in a supermarket over the past five years, it’s that I’ve witnessed our major supermarket’s jumping on board the health food train and widening… Read More