ILSI Presentations

Below are the powerpoint presentations from the 19th March 2013 Symposium entitled, “Carbohydrates – high, low or irrelevant?” jointly hosted by ILSI and the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council:
The pros and cons of carbohydrate intake in modern Australia and New Zealand – an overview of their health effects.  Prof Peter Williams, University of Canberra

What are the risk/benefits from low intake of carbohydrates?  Prof Manny Noakes, CSIRO

What are the risk/benefits from high intake of carbohydrates?  Dr Alan Barclay, GI Foundation and Australian Diabetes Council

What are the risk/benefits of fermentable carbohydrates?  Dr Jane Muir, Monash University

What are the risk/benefits of prebiotic carbohydrates?  Dr Tony Bird, CSIRO

Evaluating carbohydrate quality – what measures are available? (I)   Dr Alan Barclay, GI Foundation and Australian Diabetes Council

Evaluating carbohydrate quality – what measures are available? (II)   Mr Bill Shrapnel, Shrapnel Nutrition Consulting

Evolution of carbohydrate guidelines for sports performance.  Dr Louise Burke, Australian Institute of Sport

The challenges of translating nutrition science into real foods.  Ms Nilani Sritharan, Cereal Partners Worldwide

Consumer attitudes to carbohydrate intake.  Ms Sarah Hyland, Colmar Brunton

Consumer guidance on carbohydrate intake.  Prof Amanda Lee, Queensland University of Technology