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The Sugar Tax
What is it? The idea of the sugar tax has been thrown around a lot over the past few years. It is a tax only applying to sugar sweetened beverages. Australia is proposing 20%, which would...
The 6 Best Foods for Your Thyroid
The thyroid gland, a small yet powerful butterfly-shaped gland located in the neck, is responsible for producing a range of hormones that help maintain many of the body’s processes such
Lana Hirth Q&A
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? My name is Lana Hirth. I’m a dietitian and nutritionist from Campbelltown (South West Sydney). I’ve lived in the South West all my life and th
The Lowdown on Ketogenic Diets
Ketogenic diets are becoming increasingly popular. As a weight loss tool, as a performance enhancer and for other health benefits. No matter the reason behind your consideration of the k...
Q & A with Brianna from The Ambitious Dietitian
Can you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your career? Well I always knew I wanted to be a dietitian. I did work experience in year 10 with a community dietitian and from the...
Lyle McDonald Q&A on Nutrition and Training for Female Athletes
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? I got interested in this field and industry back in high school in the 80's. I had grown up a relatively inactive video gaming kind of kid but...
Do Plant-Based Eaters Live Longer?
What is a plant-based diet? Do those who follow a plant-based diet really live longer? For most people, a plant-based can be defined as a diet which consists of all minimally proc...
How to Encourage Your Children to be Healthy
Are your kids as healthy as they could be? The early years of a child’s life are an important period in establishing positive attitudes and behaviours towards health. To give you an i
Ketone Bodies as an Ergogenic Aid
You’ve probably already heard of BCAA’s, glutamine, creatine, B-alanine, carnitine and nitric oxide. The world of sports supplements is diverse, controversial and at times, confusing. No