Articles by Tim Crowe

Thinking Nutrition gives you the latest nutrition research and controversies discussed in straight forward language, distilling out what you need to know for your better health. Tim Crowe is an Associate Professor in Nutrition in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University, Melbourne. He's also an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tim marries a medical research background in clinical nutrition together with teaching roles in the areas of nutritional biochemistry as well as the applied role of nutrition in disease prevention and management. Tim has an active media profile together with a growing social media following from his Thinking Nutrition blog, Facebook page and Twitter.


Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

Fast eating a health hazard

Eating food slowly seems like good advice. But why could it better for you to slow down at the dinner table? Maybe because new research finds that fast eaters are at greater risk of weight gain and metabolic disease. The advice seems credible: eat slowly so that you have a chance to feel full before…

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