Dietitians Making News

 

DAA Spokespeople, members and staff regularly provide accurate, evidence-based and practical nutrition messages to Australians through a range of media communication channels, including:

  • Television
  • Magazines (including consumer and health professional publications)
  • Newspapers
  • Radio
  • Online.

Have you seen an APD spread expert nutrition advice in the media? We invite you to send us a link to the article. We may be able to include it in next month’s update. Please contact  Felicity Curtain, Media and Marketing Dietitian.

February

What bread should you spend your dough on?

Nicole Dynan, APD & DAA Spokesperson

15 reasons Australian bananas are so ap-pealing
Glenn Cardwell, APD

How to make kids eat vegetables

Simone Austin, APD & DAA Spokesperson

Almond milk: sure, it’s good for you, but it’s not a nutritional wonder potion

Lauren McGuckin, APD

The 5 tell-tale signs you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Chloe McLeod, APD

Do probiotics really work?

Charlene Grosse, APD & DAA Spokesperson

Is chewing sugar-free gum bad for you? According to experts, probably not

Melanie McGrice, APD and Alison Patterson, APD

Bread vs pasta: what’s healthier?

Joel Feren, APD

 

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