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The Effects of Foodstagram

By On November 21, 2016

Historically, food has held a type of symbolism within our society as a way to bring people together, to celebrate and to have fun. The idea of food serving solely as fuel… Read More

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Women’s nutrition now

By On August 17, 2016

Improving the nutrition of women and girls has the potential to impact so many lives, not just the life of a single woman, but of those she cares for and ultimately those… Read More


The double burden of malnutrition

By On June 13, 2016

Living in Vietnam I frequently hear tourists remark on how healthy the South East Asian diet seems and how there appears to be very few overweight locals. This is a common misconception;… Read More


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


From Cyclones to Diabetes: Food and Health in Fiji

By On April 7, 2016

When you think of Fiji, you probably think about an island paradise full of luxury resorts, cool cocktails and tropical fruits. Or, you might think about the devastation of the recent Cyclone Winston.… 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


Can you shout me dinner?

By On February 23, 2015

Food insecurity is a real issue in Australia, affecting 5.2% of the population.² It refers to a lack of access to nutritious, healthy food in a safe and reliable way.   I was… Read More