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.

April

What Australian athletes eat after training (and events)

Jessica Spendlove, APD

Dads cooking up a storm, more men in the kitchen than ever

Jemma O’Hanlon, APD, and Trent Watson, APD and DAA Spokesperson

The latest advice on starting solids

Kate Di Prima, APD

Why quark is the next hot high-protein health food

Simone Austin, APD

Australians struggling to meet fruit and vegetable requirements

Joel Feren, APD and DAA Spokesperson

The difference between steel-cut, rolled and quick oats

Alexandra Parker and Anna Debenham, APDs

Demand for Aussie lemons up, thanks to health-conscious consumers

Tania Ferraretto, APD and DAA spokesperson

A helping of radiance

Margaret Hays, APD and DAA spokesperson

 

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