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Research shows that eating vegetables contributes to good health and helps reduce the risk of chronic disease. Yet most Australians don’t consume anywhere near the recommended five serves of veggies every day. What can a dietitian do?
Please join Dr Tim Crowe, APD, for a dynamic presentation on the current and ever-evolving nutrition science around vegetables. Learn how upping one’s veg consumption can make an immediate impact on health, along with other suggestions for convenient ways to bridge the daily vegetable gap.
This new evidence may be enough to motivate even the pickiest or time-poor eaters to add more greens to their diets!
1. List the current trends in vegetable consumption by Australians
2. Understand and describe the key emerging evidence areas for the benefit of vegetables on health
3. Explain the barriers to eating more vegetables in the diet
4. Identify and plan key novel ways to help people eat more vegetables
Tim is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian who has spent most of his career in the world of university nutrition teaching and research. He now works chiefly as a freelance health and medical writer and scientific consultant. He has an active media profile and a large social media following through his Thinking Nutrition blog and Facebook page.
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