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The Low Down on Intermittent Fasting

By On March 7, 2016

What is intermittent fasting? There are a number of types of intermittent fasting (IF): 5:2, 14:10, the eight hour diet. The key principle of all of these diets is that the eating… Read More

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Quinoa, Freekeh, or Brown Rice?

By On February 19, 2016

Are you keen on quinoa? Want to get freaky with freekeh? Or would you rather stick with good old reliable brown rice? We’ve done a little nutritional comparison to take some of the… Read More


What’s all the fuss about clean eating?

By On February 12, 2016

So I know people have been tagging their Instagram food photos with it for a while now, but what actually is ‘clean eating’? I generally wash my fruit and veg and buy my… Read More

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The Nutrition Press 2015 Gift Guide

By On December 9, 2015

Can you believe the holidays and Christmas are just around the corner? In case this time of the year has snuck up on you too, The Nutrition Press team has come up… Read More

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Balanced Breakfast on the Go

By On November 24, 2015

Some (read: most) mornings I find myself running out of the house, breakfast in hand, having swapped a sit down breakfast for a few extra minutes of sleep. Breakfast is an important meal… Read More


The Many Hats of a Dietitian: Dietetics in Practice

By On October 5, 2015

A dietitian is an expert in nutrition science, but how is this actually put into practice? In the process of applying nutrition science, a dietitian must wear many hats. An effective dietitian is… Read More

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USA Nutrition Labelling Changes: How Does Australia Compare?

By On August 4, 2015

Food nutrition labelling is an important source of information intended to assist consumers in making educated food choices. Recently, the USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed some changes to ‘Nutrition Facts’ labels, their… Read More

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Is ‘Health At Every Size (HAES)’ really possible?

By On July 27, 2015

‘Health At Every Size (HAES)’ is an approach to improving health which shifts the focus from weight-loss, placing it instead on healthy behaviours. Whilst HAES is often linked with and supports ‘the non-diet… Read More

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Lactose Intolerance: Diagnosis and Diet

By On June 15, 2015

It is estimated that 1 in 20 Caucasians experience some lactose intolerance and the rate is even higher amongst those of non-Northern European descent, affecting up to 90% of people in East Asian countries.… Read More

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Entomophagy: Could eating insects be the future for sustainable food systems?

By On May 11, 2015

Entomophagy, the consumption of insects, might just be a big step towards food security and sustainable food systems. Bear with me, this may not be as crazy an idea as it first seems,… Read More