Items with category:Dietary patterns

Personalised nutrition is trendy, but can it help us eat less junk food?

A new study has shown that advances in personalised nutrition can improve the diets of...

How do children’s abilities to self-regulate their food intakes change as they age?

Children get better at self-regulating their behaviours, thoughts and emotions as they grow up –...

Personal factors influence the diet quality of young adults

Late-night, greasy kebabs after a big night out? A sneaky chocolate bar and strawberry milk...

Can what you eat reduce your risk of liver cancer?

Liver cancer is the seventh leading cause of cancer deaths in Australia and unfortunately, it’s...

Helping Aussies say ‘no’ to excess salt

Nutrition experts at IPAN are working on ways to reduce salt consumption and improve population...

Ultra-processed foods are linked to obesity in Australia

Have you ever heard about the term ‘ultra-processed’ foods? Perhaps not, but you are likely...

Red and processed meat harms our health and the planet – so why haven’t we seen any political action taken?

Have you ever wondered how policies get prioritised and implemented? We see a problem in...

The nutrition transition – understanding the diets of Iranian adults

Diets in Iran Similar to other parts of the world, chronic diseases are increasing in...

Eat sustainably and help yourself, your wallet and the planet

Did you know that an environmentally sustainable diet can be good not only for your...

Is the sky the limit to what we can eat? Exploring apartment living and food practices.

Most Australians do not consume a diet that complies with the Australian Dietary Guidelines, resulting...

How healthy are new food products targeted to children?

    This blog post has been contribute by Danielle Azzopardi. After 15 years of...

Women’s Health Week: A Full Day of Meals to Boost your Iron Intake

Our next blog is from Elisa Metsikas. Elisa is a second year student at Deakin...

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