Articles by The Nutrition Press

The Nutrition press aims to provide a valuable resource which students both produce and use to enhance their studies in the nutrition and dietetics fields. We innovatively connect like-minded students together to ignite a passionate nutrition community that is more informed, engaged and aware of the range of opportunities that a career in nutrition has to offer! The Nutrition Press provides students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in the nutrition field, through voluntary contributions via the website, social media, networking events and various other mediums. Here at The Nutrition Press, we are proud of our students and want to provide everyone with a change to get involved. Contributors include: - Rachel Ben-David - Anthony Khoo - Patricia McGreal - Alexandra Archard - Amelia Berner - Caitlin Jamieson - Emily Cockram - Matisse Chambers - Raenie Zwierlein - Roxanne Tan - Shana Watson - Teigan Duketis


Could there be a cure for coeliac disease?

Affecting an estimated 1 in 70 Australians, coeliac disease is a serious disorder characterised by gastrointestinal complications, nutrient deficiencies and mouth ulcers as a result of unnecessary immune activation in response to gluten. There is currently no cure for coeliac disease, leaving gluten-free diets the only form of disease management.[1]Coeliac Australia [Internet]. New South Wales:…

Could there be a cure for coeliac disease?

Affecting an estimated 1 in 70 Australians, coeliac disease is a serious disorder characterised by gastrointestinal complications, nutrient deficiencies and mouth ulcers as a result of unnecessary immune activation in response to gluten. There is currently no cure for coeliac disease, leaving gluten-free diets the only form of disease management.[1]Coeliac Australia [Internet]. New South Wales:…

Could there be a cure for coeliac disease?

Affecting an estimated 1 in 70 Australians, coeliac disease is a serious disorder characterised by gastrointestinal complications, nutrient deficiencies and mouth ulcers as a result of unnecessary immune activation in response to gluten. There is currently no cure for coeliac disease, leaving gluten-free diets the only form of disease management.[1]Coeliac Australia [Internet]. New South Wales:…

The dual-process model and food behaviour

Eating healthy can often feel like the ultimate battle between right and wrong. A perpetual dichotomy of the kale-and-salad-loving angel on your left versus the cheesy-pizza-loving devil on your right. However, choosing what we eat is frankly not as simple as identifying the foods that will or won’t best satisfy our nutritional needs. Other considerations…

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