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Naomi Siderius


Nutrition grad to the World Bank: We chat to an International public health nutritionist

By On June 6, 2016

Life after graduation is a little scary – we get it. We’re bringing you the stories of nutrition graduates who have taken the path less trodden to show the exciting possibilities available… Read More


Is stealth nutrition the way forward?

By On May 5, 2016

As a society we have never been so well informed as to which lifestyle habits promote good health and which habits increase our disease risk. Yet the prevalence of some diet-related diseases… Read More


Those sugar films: How do they stack up?

By On April 11, 2016

These days you can barely get out of bed before coming into contact with the anti-sugar message. Newspapers, Facebook feeds, books and morning television segments: the anti-sugar movement has truly arrived. Many… Read More


Nurturing lifelong nutrition: from womb to walking

By On March 10, 2016

You may be alarmed to learn that only 5.1% of children meet guidelines for fruit and vegetable intake and that many children exceed guidelines for consumption of energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods in Australia. Or… Read More


Shining the spotlight on genuine ‘superfoods’

By On February 22, 2016

The internet is constantly flooded with advertisements and articles about the latest new wave of ‘superfoods’. The term ‘superfood’ is a marketing tool designed to promote foods that are usually expensive and often… Read More

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Can we have our bacon and eat it too?

By On January 25, 2016

Many of us love our bacon with eggs for breakfast or the occasional slice of salami on a pizza. But in the words of the World Cancer Research Fund, processed meat causes… Read More