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Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos on Eating for Health: Anti-Inflamatory Diet

In this Q&A, Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos answers questions from our Wellbeing members about the anti-inflammatory diet and how it is beneficial to our health and wellbeing. The event will also teach us how much coffee we should consume, managing fructose intolerance, and how to benefit from the Mediterranean diet if you have to avoid foods like onions or garlic.

Key points covered

  • The Anti-inflammatory diet a recap
  • How to incorporate a Mediterranean diet into your lifestyle
  • How to avoid certain foods & replace them

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. She has a particular interest in the Mediterranean diet in preventing and managing 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.