Nutrition tips and advice during COVID-19

Do you have nutrition questions relating to COVID-19? Trying to adjust your eating habits to suit your changing lifestyle? Or perhaps you’re looking to expand your cooking skills with more time at home?

We’ve compiled some of the media articles where Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) have been providing their top tips about food and nutrition during the coronavirus pandemic.

After individualised nutrition advice and support? Be sure to connect with your local Accredited Practising Dietitian at: daa.asn.au/find-an-apd/

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Optimising your food choices for good health:

13 tips to eat well during self-isolation – Brooke Delfino, APD

Can food help boost your immune system – Clare Collins, APD

Dietitians guide to healthy eating in quarantine – Jamie Rose Chambers, APD and Joanna McMillan, APD

Nutrition tips for older Australians and aged care residents during COVID-19 – Cherie Hugo, APD

Diabetes management in COVID-19 times – Julie Norton, APD

The once-a-fortnight shopping list – Melissa Meier, APD

The best canned foods to have in your pantry – Nicole Dynan, APD

Fuelling frontline healthcare workers with sports nutrition strategies – Sports Dietitians Australia

Tips to adjust your eating habits during COVID-19:

How to avoid binge eating at home – Kara Landau, APD

Snacking to cope with isolation? Tips to eat well while at home – Mandy Noble, APD

Food tips for those working at home (also translated in Punjabi) – Simran Grover, APD

Experiencing ‘Quarantine Constipation’?– A dietitian explains – Marika Day, APD

Expand your cooking skills:

Six pickling tips for newbies – Clare Collins, APD

Seven easy ways to make your home cooking healthier and more delicious – Melissa Meier, APD

How to cook your vegies to maintain good nutrition during corona virus – Clare Collins, APD

Heart healthy Easter recipes – Maria Packard, APD