Diet & Diabetes: What You Need To Know
Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos shares her research on the Mediterranean diet and Type 2 diabetes
Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos is the Executive Dean for Health & Medical Sciences at RMIT University. An accredited practising dietitian and a recognised expert in Dietetics, Catherine has international standing as a leader in Mediterranean diet research for the prevention and management of heart disease and diabetes. Catherine has authored about 100 scientific publications and published three books - presenting her research internationally.
In this event we learned why the Mediterranean diet isn’t just the food you select, it’s a lifestyle with many beneficial and preventative effects. Watch the replay below to learn:
- Why eating with others matters
- The benefits of gardening
- The importance of polyphenols (olive oil) in your diet
- Reasons to eat a whole tomato every day
- Plus ten foods to include for optimal health
We hope you enjoy the webinar!
Watch more from Dr Catherine
You can watch our first event with Dr Catherine Itsiopoulos Eating For Health: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet or and the ten foods to include as part of this style of eating.
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