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Fortified fruit and vegetables the next superfoods

What will be the next kale or new superfood? University of Queensland scientists think they might have the answer. Flavour chemist and sensory scientist Heather Smyth and a team of researchers from the university's Centre for Nutrition and Food Sciences…

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No-jab vaccines engineered into your food. Yes or No?

Plants now have the potential to manufacture vaccines. As reported by the Genetic Literacy Project, Prof George Lomonosoff at the John Innes Centre has found a way to hijack tobacco and turn its leaves into factories to produce polio-vaccines and…

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Food facts, fads and fallacies – what should we be eating?

Ancient grains and superfoods; paleo or vegan? What's the deal with wheat, and is rice more than 'empty calories'? https://youtu.be/F0yfI9r3Mb4?list=PLuy8ASPDr-2wdftcFMOgWn9Bv-d9L3tUM Ever since Hippocrates declared all disease begins in the gut over 2000 years ago, there has never been more interest,…

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Challenge for Mediterranean diet: Young people in Mediterranean region eating more fast food

A leading advocate of the Mediterranean diet will discuss challenges for the diet’s uptake amongst millennials at the University of Queensland-hosted Global Leadership Seminar. President of the International Foundation of the Mediterranean Diet Professor Lluis Serra-Majem will speak at the event in…

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Are Australian doctors seduced by ‘big pharma’ marketing?

Yes. But definitely not all doctors though. When I worked for what used to be called the Western Australian Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine as a project officer helping to coordinate monthly broadcasts of continuing medical education programs to…