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Eat better, feel better, get better
Apr 8

Eat better, feel better, get better

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8 April 2021 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

You are invited to attend the Eat better, feel better, get better webinar with Laureate Professor Clare Collins on Thursday 8 April.

Evidence confirms that better nutrition improves diet related health and well-being, however, 1 in 3 Australians have a chronic disease related to poor dietary intake. This webinar will explore how eHealth technologies can be used to span the gap in access to personalised nutrition and improve nutrition related health and well-being. 

This session is supported by the nib foundation through its COVID-19 member and community support package.

About Laureate Professor Clare Collins:

Laureate Professor Clare Collins is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, Nutrition Society of Australia and Dietitians Australia. As the most published dietitian researcher in the world, her research focusses on nutrition technologies and programs evaluating impact on diet-related health across life stages and chronic disease. 

Laureate Professor Collins is a sought after nutrition science media commentator and the most read Australian author on The Conversation with more than 11 million readers globally. She co-created a Massive Open Online Course, The Science of Weight Loss - Dispelling Diet Myths, completed by over 63,000 people across 180 countries. 



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