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Vitamin D and cancer – it’s not all bad

By On November 23, 2017

While your first thoughts when you hear the words “vitamin D and cancer” might be sun overexposure and skin cancer, there’s increasing evidence that vitamin D may actually be more important than… Read More


“Free-Range” Eggs and Ethical Consumerism

By On August 21, 2017

In the context of the common supermarket, choosing a carton of eggs is not as simple as it once was. You can choose from a range of sizes, organic or non-organic, value-added,… Read More

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Dietitian problems – If I had a dollar every time someone asked me…..

By On August 17, 2015

We’ve all been out at parties, social occasions or family functions where someone asks what you’re studying at uni. There’s always the mandatory conversation going something like this: ‘I study dietetics’ ‘diya… diya-tet-rics? What’s that?’ Once… Read More