It seems everyone is talking about the ketogenic diet, which limits consumption of carbs like bread, pasta and sugar and embraces healthy proteins and fats like eggs, meat and avocados. We asked nutritionist Samantha Gemmell, who has tried the diet herself, to give us her take on all things ‘keto’.
The notion that food can affect how sharp our mind is and how happy we feel is a relatively new concept scientists are jostling to better understand through research. Nutritionist Justyna Kalka her insights and tips on this topic with us.
Clinical nutritionist Gina Rose Urlich explains how adapting to a wholefoods diet can work wonders in treating acne and skin blockages through feeding the skin the fundamental nutrients it requires to function.
When Janet Schloss was appointed to the coveted role of nutritionist at the Mater Hospital Private Breast Cancer Centre’s outpatient clinic in 2013, she couldn’t have imagined the transformative experience ahead of her.
Date-based treats are all around us and are promoted as a healthier alternative far kinder to our blood sugar levels than traditional desserts. However, is it as simple as swapping one for the other? We asked two natural health experts whether we should be approaching date-based foods with caution.
Melbourne foodie and nutrition student Hannah Noonan decided to change things up by taking up a challenge with a difference – to create a healthy pancake every day for 100 days. She shares with us how the challenge is going so far.
Wholefoods blogger Kate Cook turned the social media phenomenon surrounding freakshakes on its head with a wholefoods version with an 88 per cent lower sugar count, melting the internet in the process. Here she tells us her story.