The Nutrition Press
Browsing Tag



Are Gluten Free Alternatives Better For You?

By On October 23, 2017

If there’s one thing I’ve loved about working in a supermarket over the past five years, it’s that I’ve witnessed our major supermarket’s jumping on board the health food train and widening… 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

Nutrition News

Cake is not bad, and kale is not good.

By On September 2, 2016

“I’ve been so good today, I totally deserve dessert tonight” “I know it’s naughty, but that cake looks so good and I just want a piece” “I just love my food too… Read More


Why I drink Milk

By On August 22, 2016

A couple of months ago I explored my decision to not eat organic foods and boy did that article take off! And since recent reports have highlighted how few Australians consume dairy… Read More

Nutrition News

You’re a student dietitian and you’re eating that processed c**p?!?

By On August 1, 2016

A few months ago I wrote about how a commonly used logical fallacy might be tricking you into going on a diet. Today, I’m going to explore how another logical fallacy might… Read More


Chai Poached Pears with Creamy Quinoa Porridge

By On May 30, 2016

The cold weather is just setting in, the first fire of the season has been lit and the winter woolies are out. Time to bunker down and get ready for winter with… 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

Final grain compCROP
Nutrition News

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

Nutrition News

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