Culinary nutrition is an important and emerging field that combines the passion for nutrition with cooking and preparing delicious food. Put simply, it’s the practicality needed to make a difference to the health of the population.
This latest podcast is a smorgasbord of culinary nutrition case studies, including our favourite: Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) – the culinary staple in the Mediterranean diet.
Join us for this delicious conversation with dietitian, food scientist, gastronomist, and culinary nutritionist Emma Stirling about how to embrace the world of culinary nutrition and bring these emerging and dynamic skills into your practice to expand employment and business opportunities.
About Emma Stirling:
Emma Stirling Advanced APD is the Director of Scoop Nutrition consultancy and an academic at La Trobe University specialising in food science, gastronomy and culinary nutrition. Emma is recognised as one of Australia’s innovative, entrepreneurial and leading Accredited Practising Dietitians in the areas of food and culinary nutrition and effective nutrition communication. An early pioneer of social media her blog Scoop Nutrition won the prestigious BUPA Best Healthy Eating Blog award 2014 along with establishing mentoring for over 30 dietitians and over 100 members of the Storehouse Blog Directory. She is a well-recognised media commentator and nutrition writer and recently published her first academic textbook, Understanding the Science of Food: From molecules to mouthfeel.
This episode is supported by
- Checkout Understanding the Science of Food by Emma Stirling and Sharon Croxford for the chef interviews and a foundation textbook to refresh your chemistry and extend this to food science and culinary nutrition.
- Download the Cobram Estate Culinary Nutrition Infographic for more on Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) science, cooking facts, food pairing hacks and key practice points.
- Read the article in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics – Culinary Medicine and the RD
- In a recent study, just one single dose of sofrito had an absolute acute effect on anti-inflammatory markers.
- Complete CPD with the AND Food and Culinary Nutrition Professionals Training Modules
- Read Emma’s archived post on Scoop Nutrition about meeting Magnus Nilson and the Nordic Manifesto
- Follow @EmmaStirling on Instagram