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New data shows that fast food portions have super-sized over time, with a piece of cake containing 1000kj more than it did 20 years ago Australians are eating ever bigger …

A Western Sydney pharmacist has created a business helping her customers understand that medicines aren’t everything Joanne Vella loves it when her customers ask her about dodgy health information they’ve …

School canteens are selling less healthy, nutrient-poor food at a fraction of the cost of nutritious choices, the Dietitians Association National Conference has been told The first Australia-wide study of …

Australians are underestimating the amount of salt they eat by at least a third, a new study has revealed The diets of more than 400 people were examined by The …

Do Aussies take statins to compensate for unhealthy dietary choices? Contrary to popular belief and the results of previous international research, Monash University researchers have shown that statins are not …

Consumers should get their vitamins from food, rather than eating a low-quality diet and adding supplements, a New Zealand nutritionist writes Writing in the New Zealand Medical Journal, Anne-Thea McGill …

Study finds the common occurrence of endometriosis in women with IBS, and the impact of diet in relieving symptoms A low FODMAP diet can help relieve symptoms for women suffering …

It’s Coeliac Awareness Week 2017… here are some things to know about this diet-related disease 1. Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disorder occurring in genetically susceptible individuals, resulting in an …

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission has issued a warning following its investigation into a weight loss program provider which involved compounding pharmacists The investigation followed complaints about services provided …

Weight loss is an uphill battle, which is why a few helpful pieces of advice can matter, writes Ben Basger Here are six reasons why weight management is so hard: the …

Amcal is predicting a big productivity hit from today, thanks to Aussies’ love of overindulging. The brand says its research shows Monday December 12 is the start of the country’s …

Scurvy is making a surprise comeback, according to the Westmead Institute, due to poor dietary choices Professor Jenny Gunton, who heads the Centre for Diabetes, Obesity and Endocrinology research at …