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Erica McNeice

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Perspectives

You are what you eat: the link between food choice and identity

By On September 5, 2016

Have you ever stopped to think about what your food choices say about you? Ever wondered what people might be able to infer just from looking at what’s on your plate? The answer may… Read More

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Nutrition News

The truth behind ‘natural’ foods

By On July 28, 2016

Ever been confused by a dodgy claim on a food label? You wouldn’t be the first one. Food manufacturers are very successful in their use of misleading language in order to portray a certain… Read More

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Food

Kangaroo-gan Josh

By and On July 4, 2016

Kangaroo meat is unique for its optimal nutrition, as well as for its ethical value relating to how the roos are farmed. The distinctive qualities of the meat have even had the… Read More

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Perspectives

Kangatarianism: what on earth is it?

By On July 4, 2016

http://www.thenutritionpress.com/kangaroo/There is a whole spectrum of reasons why a person may decide to go vegetarian. For some, it is the belief that a vegetarian diet will help them live longer, while others simply… Read More

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Perspectives

Explaining the unexplainable: French paradox

By On April 26, 2016

The French are famous for their habit of indulging in an abundance of baguettes, cheese and wine. In other words, utterly defying a commonly accepted principle of healthy eating: reduce intake of saturated… Read More