A US food testing laboratory has explained what America’s new nutrition panels will look like. The new panels, which are the first major overall to American nutritional panels in over 20-years, introduces...

A new frozen meal range, targeted as a meal solution for children, is being sold in Australian supermarkets. ‘Coco & Lucus’ offers a range of different meals described as being ideal for 3-12 year...

A leading Sydney-based medical professor has written about cases of scurvy among patients in Sydney and the relationship of the disease to their poor diets. Professor Jenny Gunton, who heads the Centre...

A new piece of technology is allowing nursing mothers to easily monitor their baby’s feeding patterns and see exactly the amount of milk the baby has consumed. ‘Momsense’ works together with earset...

This week is National Nutrition Week (11 -17 October 2016), with the theme of “Try for 5”, where dietitians and nutrition professionals all over Australia will be encouraging people to eat more fruit...

Two University of Sydney professors have proposed a radical new way of measuring human health and diet after researching nutrition for more than 20 years. Published in Volume 36 of the Annual Review of...

With more than 80% of Australians owning a smartphone, there is no doubt that mobile and digital technology, as well as the never-ending rise of social media, has had a significant impact on food trends...

Instead of learning about the right and wrong foods to eat, let’s learn instead about the many different foods and diets each compatible with healthy living. Instead of learning to change what we...

When attempting weight loss it’s important to remember that dietary changes need to be sustainable for long-term success. Type 2 Diabetes (and other chronic diseases) is associated with obesity. Many...

I am officially over superfoods.  I have been for quite a while now.  They are over-promoted, over-priced and over-done.  Take quinoa for example.  Sure, it’s a nutritious grain.  Actually it...