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.

December

Poor diets blamed for ‘scary’ scurvy return

Tim McMaster, APD and DAA Spokesperson

Five marketing buzzwords that trick you into thinking foods are healthy

Tania Ferraretto, APD and DAA Spokesperson

The common mistake stopping you from keeping the weight off permanently

Caitlin Reid, APD

5 ‘unhealthy’ foods which are actually good for you

Chloe McLeod, APD

Why you should eat more Mexican food

Themis Chryssidis, APD and DAA Spokesperson

‘White gold,’ everything you need to know about camel’s milk

Kellie Bilinski, APD and DAA Spokesperson

Why we’re tricked into thinking healthy food is expensive

Katrina Mills, APD

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