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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Dietitians
Claims for its supposed medical value reverberate around the internet, but how well do they stand up to scientific...
Lisa Yates probes a dietary fad with long historical roots.
What matters is the form in which we eat them.
Eating whole fruit is healthy, so it makes no sense to demonise all carbohydrates, writes Professor Garry...
The 50s can be the new 40s, but we need to preserve our telomeres, writes dietitian Lisa Yates.
Thanks to Dr Google, opinion and hype on cancer ‘cures’ is drowning out evidence-based reality.
Why have successive federal governments not regulated junk food marketing to control obesity? The reasons aren’t as...
Professor Garry Egger navigates the alphabet soup of modern dietary identity.
There are clear health benefits when they're included in a varied, balanced diet.
A controversial editorial has questioned whether saturated fats really clog up your arteries and put you at risk of...
Integrative Perspective: Sleep hygiene is essential, but a supplement can sometimes assist.
Obese patients are vulnerable and need our help to affect change ... 1kg at a time.
It's akin to leaving the mosquitos untouched while building monuments to malaria.
Your burger could soon come from a lab - and with a side of worms, writes dietician Lisa Yates.
It’s important to keep on top of the ever-changing research and guidelines.
As a ‘specialist in generalisation’ I feel most comfortable falling back on those aspects of...
Why it’s time to get granular about problems with our diet
Dietitian Lisa Yates takes a closer look at Australia’s superfood obsession.
Practical advice on interpreting the dietary guidelines
It’s time to look past one ingredient, says expert
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