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.


Healthy lunches

How to boost the nutrition in your lunch We often hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day – that it sets us up for a day of heathy eating; provides essential nutrients including fibre, vitamins and minerals and supports weight control. As we have this discussion though, let’s not forget about…

5 tools for a healthy kitchen

This is a sponsored post. A healthy home starts with a healthy kitchen – it is the place we prepare the food to nurture our bodies; where families come together each day as we come and go from the home and the heart of the home. When it comes to our health and nutrition, what…

Which bread should you choose? A bread review.

You may buy high fibre white for the family, mixed grain for you and then a treat of some good quality (but pricey) Sourdough on weekends. There is an ever growing range of bread and wraps in bakeries and supermarkets so which are the best and not so good choices nutritionally? Bread has been a dietary…

Quark Swedish Style Yoghurt – What is it?

By Simone Austin (consultant to Rokeby Farms) – http://www.simoneaustin.com/ Quark yoghurt involves a Swedish style fermentation process, at a lower temperature for a longer time, giving a milder flavoured, thicker textured yoghurt. I first ate quark yoghurt when holidaying in Germany and loved it, so was excited to find it on the market in Australia. The…

Eating for optimal energy

This is a sponsored post. Who doesn’t want more energy? An increased sense of vitality and ability to do all the things you want to do without feeling fatigued and constantly running on empty. It may come as welcomed relief to hear that while getting more rest and more down time may be the ideal…

Are there real benefits to intermittent fasting?

How to fast the right way. If there is one area of diet and nutrition that also has strong scientific evidence to support its use it is intermittent fasting – the phenomena that sees dieters restrict calories for set periods of time to achieve both weight loss and significant reductions in inflammation in the body….

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