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Ditch the food guilt and enjoy the things that make you feel warm and fuzzy inside

By On August 14, 2017

Food guilt. It comes in all shapes and sizes and it makes you feel like crap. For me, it’s when I decide not to order that delicious dessert for fear of its… Read More

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Perspectives

Could good old fashioned table manners be the key to mindful eating?  

By On July 17, 2017

Recently it occurred to me that there may be a connection between modern day mindfulness and having table manners drummed into me as a kid every time we sat at the dinner table.  I… Read More

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GMOs: The Big Questions

By On June 1, 2017

Transparency when it comes to the food industry is rarely ever harmful. It is encouraging when people are concerned with what food they are consuming, how it is produced and what health… Read More

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Nutrition News

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

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Perspectives

Ready, set point weight theory

By On February 23, 2017

What if you were told everything we had been taught about our ability to control our weight was wrong would this change the way you view yourself and your weight? We live in… Read More

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Tips to Tackle Tertiary Troubles

By On October 10, 2016

As a perpetual student, there are plenty things I wish someone had told me about university. Where are the secret silent study areas? Where are the best coffee spots on campus? How… Read More

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Interviews

Dietitian and self described ‘Media Junkie’: We chat with Felicity Curtain

By On August 24, 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

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Kangatarianism: what on earth is it?

By On July 4, 2016

http://www.thenutritionpress.com/kangaroo/There is a whole spectrum of reasons why a person may decide to go vegetarian. For some, it is the belief that a vegetarian diet will help them live longer, while others simply… Read More

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Interviews

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

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Perspectives

Those sugar films: How do they stack up?

By On April 11, 2016

These days you can barely get out of bed before coming into contact with the anti-sugar message. Newspapers, Facebook feeds, books and morning television segments: the anti-sugar movement has truly arrived. Many… Read More