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3 reasons you should be making homemade soup this winter

As the weather starts to cool down, there are few things more nourishing than warming up with delicious comfort food, like a big bowl of homemade soup. Not only is soup a quick, easy and healthy dinner solution, it’s easily reheated for a wholesome lunch the next day – often tasting even better! Or simply … Continue reading

Get with the grain…

GLNC’s 2018 Grains Audit revealed that almost half the grain foods in Australian supermarkets were a good source of fibre, with between 4-7g per serve! Click here to see the full breakdown for rice, pasta and noodles.

What’s all the fuss about the New Nordic Diet?

Almost every week we see a new diet being touted as the next big thing. Few diets come out on top, but the New Nordic Diet (New Nordic Diet) is up there along with its close cousin, the Mediterranean diet. We’ve taken a closer look at just why it’s meant to be so good for … Continue reading

4 Steps to Creating the Ultimate Sandwich!

by Lisa Sengul It’s that time of year again when the kids are headed back to school and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the thought of so many lunches to prepare. We’ve got your back this new school year – creating a nutritionally balanced lunchbox doesn’t have to be so stressful. Take a step … Continue reading

Australians Are Falling Short on Cereal Fibre

by Eden Barrett,  Accredited Practising Dietitian and PhD candidate from the University of Wollongong  When we think about the benefits of fibre, we typically think about its role in digestive health and staying regular. While this is certainly one of fibre’s great benefits, there are many more you may be less familiar with. For example, … Continue reading

Carbohydrates & Fertility: An Update On the Latest Research

By Melanie McGrice, AdvAPD One in six Australian couples struggle to conceive [i] and the psychological, physical and emotional impacts of infertility can be overwhelming.  As one woman struggling with fertility recently wrote on her Instagram feed “I am angry.  Angry at my friends and family who managed to have children easily, angry at the doctor who … Continue reading

The First 1,000 Days of Life: The Link Between Nutrition & the Gut Microbiome

by Rebecca Williams, APD The first 1,000 days of life, spanning conception to the age of two, are increasingly being recognised as a critical window where a child’s environment, including the impact of nutrition, can significantly influence their long-term risk of non-communicable disease. So much so that research suggests environmental factors in infancy may have … Continue reading

Should We Still Be Eating Wheat

By Helen Tran, APD Wheat has featured in the human diet for more than 8,500 years, but more recently the media has led us to question if wheat is good for our health. A recent example of this manipulation of consumer perception is the documentary ‘What’s with Wheat?’hosted by Australian Nutritionist, Cyndi O’Meara. But it’s … Continue reading

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