Meal replacements have been found to produce rapid weight loss results in scientific studies, but do they actually work in real life?
Young female athletes representing South Australia in aesthetics sports such as gymnastics are putting their health at risk due to calcium and iron deficiencies, a Flinders University study has found.
A Flinders University researcher has developed a new risk assessment tool to identify Australian toddlers with poor diets.
Women are often told to eat more red meat, yet it is just as important for women to increase their weekly fish intake.
A Flinders Work-Integrated Learning placement took Katherine Baldwin to South Adelaide Football Club – two years on, she’s still submitting copy for the Panthers’ newsletter.
Elysia Low Pei Chin, a Malaysian student in the Nutrition and Dietetics course at Flinders, has received a Merdeka Award from the Australia-Malaysia Business Council of South Australia (AMBCSA).
Flinders University could help boost the performance of the Adelaide Thunderbirds with proposed new research pointing the way towards improved diet and nutrition under a new sponsorship agreement.