Articles by Susie burrell

Susie Burrell is one of Australia’s leading dietitians with degrees in both nutrition and psychology. She is the resident nutritionist at Channel 7’s Sunrise, has a weekly radio segment on the 2GB Afternoon Program with Chris Smith and is regularly seen in print media commenting on all areas of weight loss and nutrition. She has written 3 books previously written “Losing the last 5kg” and has a nutrition practice in Sydney. When she is not writing or blogging, Susie spends her time thinking about eyelashes, Hawaii or her beloved Burmese cat Charlie. For more information see – www.susieburrell.com.au.


Keeping a food diary

Why you should keep a diet diary Some people love them while others can think of nothing worse than having to write down every single think they eat and drink in a day. Diet or food diaries are effective though and as such can play a powerful role in weight control. So if you are…

5 key nutrients you need if you are busy

This is a sponsored post. Key nutrients busy people need. Busy people need a strong nutritional platform to ensure they are performing at their best on a daily basis. Despite the best of intentions, sometimes our nutrition can take a back seat when things are frantic, and as a result our intake of key nutrients…

The most common weight loss questions.

In the world of weight loss, there are questions from clients that come up again and again. Here are the most common ones that may help to explain why you may not be getting the results on the scales you have been expecting.  Why does it take so long to lose weight? Basically the human…

The most common nutrition questions.

Each and every day nutrition professionals get asked the same questions, over and over again. So here are the most common nutrition questions that get asked in the dietitian’s office, and the answers you may, or may not have been hoping for. How many eggs each day can you eat? Old science told us that…

Spuds are back!

This is a sponsored post in conjunction with UberEATS and their Family Feed Campaign. For a number of years the poor old potato has copped a  whole lot of spud bashing with claims its high carb content is a recipe for weight disaster. Nutritionally though this could not be further from the truth, with the humble…

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