Nutrition and health is today’s hot topic in the media and throughout social media. With so many conflicting messages, celebrity ‘nutrition gurus’, and a good dose of commercial conflict of interest, how do you work out if what you’re reading is credible?
For over 15 years, I’ve maintained an active profile in the media. Providing independent nutrition expert comment for television news, current affairs, documentaries, newspapers, radio and magazines. Ranging from topics from today’s latest fad diet to diet during cancer treatment, there are few nutrition and health topics that I would not be able to provide informed expert comment on.
Backed by a 25 year academic career in nutrition and health research, you can count on comment from me being informed by an understanding of the latest scientific research. And if there is ever a potential conflict of interest from a commercial activity I’m involved in, I’ll certainly make you aware of it.
Here’s the full list of over 500 interviews I’ve carried out so far. And following are just a few of the more recent interviews for you to check out. You can contact me to arrange an interview through here.
Is it ever a good idea to eat a high fat diet? SBS Food, 10 March 2017
Is protein powder good for you? The New Daily, 4 February 2017
How to spot a dubious eating regime ABC Health Online, 3 June 2016
Low carb diet fat or fiction? Catalyst ABC TV, 13 November 2014
The growth of Melbourne’s wellness warriors The Weekly Review, 18 January 2016
Paleo diet pros and cons: Would we all be healthier if we ate like cavemen? ABC Health Online, 24 May 2016
The ‘Blue Zones’ Diet Can Help You Live Longer And Be Healthier The Huffington Post, 24 October 2016
Are detox diets bullshit? SBS TV The Feed, 5 November 2014
Raw foods: beneficial or not? 2SER radio, 13 October 2016
Blue zones ABC Radio Perth, 26 October 2016
Why we should all be ‘eating’ more water The New Daily, 27 February 2016
Can you overdose on vitamin and mineral supplements? ABC Health & Wellbeing, 3 December 2013