Member Blogs

The following blogs are written by New Zealand Dietitians.

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What are the healthier takeaway options?| Angela Berrill| August 2018

The Caveman Diet Cure all or Unhealthy Fad? | Rajshri Roy| July 2018

Nutrition and Exercise| Angela Berrill| July 2018

Too Thin is Too Bad| Rajshri Roy| June 2018

What to pack in a school lunch| Angela Berrill| June 2018

Healthy Sleep = Healthy Weight| Angie Lucas | May 2018

Sugar Wars| Rajshri Roy | May 2018

Gluten-free recipes | Angie Lucas | April 2018

Alcohol and your weight | Hannah Keddel| March 2018

Healthy Celebrations | Angie Lucas | March 2018

A mindful approach | Charlotte Yarnton | February 2018

Minding ‘the gaps’ in eating routines aid weight loss | Lea Stening | February 2018

Cramp the emerging science | Tom Shand | January 2018

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Blogs on the Dietitians NZ website must meet the following criteria*:

  • Written by a NZ registered dietitian
  • Is a current, active blog with up-to-date information
  • Written in English, with a primary focus on food, nutrition and health
  • Evidence-based information, scientifically sound advice
  • Educational vs. promotional, not overly focused on selling products or services
  • Includes references or links to any outside material/organisations being referrerd to
  • Includes an “About” section with information about the blog author or authors; identified as a registered dietitian
  • Does not violate the intellectual property rights of others: consistently abides by ethical blogging as well as the Dietitians Board Code of Ethics and Conduct for Dietitians October 2014

*Criteria adapted from the Nutrition Blog Network

Dietitians NZ does not verify the adherence of listed blogs to the criteria above nor does it endorse any products advertised in the blog website.