The Nutrition Press

5 reasons why you SHOULDN’T start a nutrition blog

By On February 20, 2017

If I had a dollar for every nutrition blog I had seen pop up on my Facebook feed over the past few years, I would probably be writing this post sitting on… Read More

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The Nutrition Press is Hiring – Positions Available!

By On February 15, 2017

Here at The Nutrition Press we are always looking for fresh new faces to join the team! If you think you have what it takes to be a member of the team, have… Read More


To snack or not to snack?

By On February 13, 2017

You may have noticed in my previous articles here and here, they appear to paint snacking in a negative light, snacking leads to weight gain BUT is that really true? 3 or… Read More

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Malnutrition in Australian Hospitals

By On January 16, 2017

Malnutrition is a real and prominent problem within our hospital system, with approximately 40% of patients affected in Australia and Internationally.[1]Barker LA, Gout BS, Crowe TC. Hospital malnutrition: prevalence, identification and impact… Read More


Multivitamins – The New Santa?

By On January 9, 2017

Let us be frank. Your whole life has been a lie. As a child it was Santa and the whole ‘you don’t believe you don’t receive’ ploy. Then, once you started questioning your existence,… Read More


Food cravings, a need or want?

By On January 2, 2017

Food cravings – we’ve all been there. It’s late in the afternoon and you have that overwhelming desire to eat that nutella-filled donut and before you know it, you’re dreaming about biting… Read More

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Are fermented foods fundamental in the diet?

By On December 26, 2016

Cookbook sections of book stores are filling up with books on how to ferment rather than how to cook. The yogurt section in the supermarket is now laced with special ‘probiotic’ yoghurts,… Read More

Nutrition News

Hunger and you: why this often pesky feeling is nothing to fear

By On December 21, 2016

It’s 3pm. Your stomach is rumbling. You can’t concentrate and you’re a little grumpy. You’re hungry. You bought some veggie sticks and dip with you, but you are ravenous and you know… Read More


What you knead to know about your daily bread

By On December 19, 2016

It is Sunday morning and you are wandering mindlessly down the bread aisle in the supermarket. With a fresh jar of peanut butter in one hand, orange juice in the other and… Read More


Ten positives of Coeliac Disease

By On December 12, 2016

It may seem absolutely ridiculous that there would be benefits of living with Coeliac Disease. Being diagnosed taught me a number of things and most of them are positive! Here is a snapshot:… Read More