Australian Dietary Guidelines: What Needs to Change?
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About the webinar:
In 2020, the NHMRC announced the review of the Australian Dietary Guidelines. This four-year process involves looking at the best and most recent scientific evidence to guide updates to current recommendations. A lot has changed since the 2013 Guidelines were released, so what should dietitians expect to be covered as part of this review? And how do our current guidelines compare to those around the world? Join Dr Joanna McMillan in this webinar as she delves into sustainability, processed foods, the dairy matrix, edible oils, chrononutrition and nutrition communication.
Key learning outcomes:
- Understand which elements of the Australian Dietary Guidelines are most requiring an update in line with recent scientific evidence.
- Have clarity on current nutrition topics which may be relevant to add to our dietary guidelines.
- Be aware of how our guidelines compare to other countries and what can we learn from this.
About the speaker:
Dr Joanna McMillan is one of the country’s favourite and most trusted health and nutrition experts. She is a PhD qualified nutrition scientist, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow with La Trobe University and Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine. Joanna is an experienced TV presenter. She has worked on The Today Show for over 15 years, is a host for ABC’s science show Catalyst, and is a regular on radio and in print media. She is a TEDx and international keynote speaker and MC and is the founder of Get Lean, an online lifestyle change program. She has authored several books including her latest The Feel-Good Family Food Plan and audio book Gutfull.