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AUSTRALIA'S COBRAM ESTATE DOMINATES THE WORLD'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS OLIVE OIL SHOW IN LOS ANGELES
By: The Food Coach

Cobram Estate, Australia’s largest and most awarded extra virgin olive oil producer, has won an unprecedented Best of Show International in two out of three categories at the 2011 Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition. Cobram Estate single origin ... [More]...

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Major new survey reveals consumers want fruit at work
By: The Food Coach

With all those Apples and Blackberries dominating desks, briefcases and pockets you would think the Australian workplace is healthy. But according to a major new survey, if we were consuming anything like the quantity of Apples and Blackberries we are using, ... [More]...

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Survey provides snapshot of food intolerance in 2012
By: The Food Coach

The foodintol® Survey 2012 to be released on 23 July 2012, highlighted that many people have a family member or child with food intolerance. Furthermore undiagnosed intolerances can affect stress levels, concentration, and mood. The survey was conducted internationally by Australian business ... [More]...

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3 new studies link eating red to a healthy heart
By: Courtesy of EurekaAlert

WASHINGTON D.C., April 12, 2011 – Tart cherries have a unique combination of powerful antioxidants that may help reduce risk factors for heart disease, according to new research presented at the Experimental Biology annual meeting in Washington, DC. In a series of ... [More]...

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54 Beneficial Compounds Discovered in Pure Maple Syrup
By: Information courtesy of Science Daily

University of Rhode Island researcher Navindra Seeram has discovered 34 new beneficial compounds in pure maple syrup and confirmed that 20 compounds discovered last year in preliminary research play a key role in human health. On March 30 at the 241st American ... [More]...

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70 percent of 8-month-olds in the U.K consume too much salt
By: Information courtesy of EurekAlert

70 percent of 8-month-olds consume too much salt Seventy per cent of eight-month-old babies have a salt (sodium chloride) intake higher than the recommended UK maximum level, due to being fed salty and processed foods like yeast extract, gravy, baked beans and ... [More]...

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A new superfood
By: Judy Davie

It's incredible with the number of superfoods originating from the area that the Incas are not alive and kicking today. This month it's the Incaberry that hits our Australian shores and I think it's a winner. Roll over gojiberries, incaberries ... [More]...

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After Dinner Mints at Breakfast
By: The Food Coach

After Dinner Mints at Breakfast: A Treasured Collection of Recipes To Share At Your Table A brand new cookbook designed to bring family and friends together around the table has been released in Australia this week after two years in the making ... [More]...

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After School Snacks Weigh Down Our Kids
By: The Food Coach

Weight management experts from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead say new research confirms that Australian kids are getting the balance wrong when it comes to after school snacks. Unveiled this week at the Dietitians Association of Australia’s National Conference, the survey represents ... [More]...

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Algal DHA Dietary Supplementation Demonstrates Improvement in Reading Progress and Behaviour in Underperforming School children
By: The Food Coach

Increased dietary intake of algal DHA(docosahexaenoic acid) in school-aged children with low reading levels demonstrated significant improvements in reading performance and behaviour, according to a new clinical study conducted at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Lead researchers of ... [More]...

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