The Nutrition Press

Is there a link between Diet and Acne?

By On May 29, 2017

I am sure you have been told at least once in your life not to eat food such as chocolate because it will give you acne! Despite what our Mum’s might tell… Read More


Health costs of disordered eating in women’s sport

By On May 25, 2017

There’s never been a better time to throw like a girl in Australian sport. More women than men donned the Australian uniform at the 2016 Rio Olympics. More than 15,000 fans turned… Read More

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Vitamin D – a free pass for some fun in the sun?

By On May 22, 2017

As I sit here dressed in a jumper and ugg boots (yes, in Queensland, and yes because it’s cold … ish), I thought it would be timely to talk about vitamin D,… Read More


The sweet truth on fruit vs commercial sugars

By On May 18, 2017

It is no revelation that sugar has been identified as a negative influence on our health and well-being, but what should we think about fruit – after all, it contains sugar as… Read More


Food Synergy : “Pearing” Foods and How to do it!

By On May 15, 2017

We are all told of the importance of achieving a healthy, balanced diet. It is true that by broadening our food choices, we increase our exposure to macro and micro-nutrients. Recent studies have… Read More


Perspectives on Palm Oil

By On May 8, 2017

Heard of palm oil? Chances are you might have heard something, but it could be more common than you think. Palm oil is processed into more than 200 different ingredients, each with their own name.… Read More

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Sports Nutrition Supplements: A Habit to Shake

By On May 4, 2017

In the gym, they’re in just about every advertisement, water bottle holder and locker in the vicinity. On Instagram or Snapchat, they make a perfect addition to any ‘workout done for the day!’… Read More


Let’s Break The Ice – How Much Water is Enough?

By On April 27, 2017

Eight glasses of water a day? Yep, done. Easy! Or so we have been made to think.  We all know that water is the most vital component of our bodies (making up 50-80% of your… Read More


It’s not all about calcium for bone health

By On April 10, 2017

Does anyone feel confused about nutrition for bone health? I’ve heard rumors about the dairy industry influencing dietary guidelines. I have travelled to Pacific Islands where dairy foods are hard to come by… Read More


Diabulemia: The unknown eating disorder

By On March 20, 2017

Type 1 diabetes whilst a manageable condition, is in fact a very serious and life threatening conditioning which is often misunderstood. It’s about more than just eating well. In reality, you need to… Read More