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Q&A: Anti-Inflammatory Diet and Diabetes with Dr Catherine Itsiopolous

In this live Q&A Dr Catherine Itsiopolous runs us through an insightful 30-minute Q&A and she answers questions from our community on how the anti-inflammatory diet can help manage diabetes.

You'll learn why low GI foods are important and how you can select dairy-free alternatives to common household foods. These topics and many more are delivered through Dr Catherines extensive knowledge and evidence-based research.

Key points covered

  • The Anti-inflammatory diet a recap
  • How to manage diabetes
  • How we can find the diet for us
  • How to stick to an anti-inflammatory diet

About Dr Catherine Itsiopolous

Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos (PhD APD) is a Professor of Nutrition and Dietetics affiliated with the University of Melbourne, La Trobe University, and Murdoch University (Western Australia). An accredited practising dietitian and a recognised expert in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.

Catherine has international standing as a leader in Mediterranean diet research, where she has a particular interest in the Mediterranean diet in the prevention and management of heart disease and diabetes.  Catherine has authored over 80 scientific publications - presenting her research nationally and internationally - and has published two books, The Mediterranean Diet and The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook. The Heart Health Guide is her third.