Fiona Marsden: freelance writer/editor

Nutrition

There’s an old maxim that you are what you eat—and my interviews with experts in the nutritional field confirm it. Here is a selection of my articles on nutrition.

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“My mother told me”
Shine
(magazine for MBF and HBA health fund members) June 2010

“Wouldn’t you know it … your mother was right! Experts say that when it comes to sensible eating, many of the things your mum nagged you about were spot-on …”

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“When less equals more: tissue salts for healing”
alive Australia
magazine, Winter 2010

When it comes to supplementing essential nutrients, there’s a school of thought that believes bigger isn’t necessarily better. Sometimes a small dose … may be all that’s needed to do the trick …”

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Food myths [that] even you believe”
Cover story, Australian Healthy Food Guide magazine, April 2010
(contributing writer)

“Fact or fiction? We investigate the myths, old wives’ tales, superstitions and internet rumours surrounding food, cooking and exercise …”

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“Food for thought”
Cover story, YourLifeChoices magazine, Winter 2009

“Remember your 20s and 30s, when your body could bounce back from erratic eating and overindulgence? Those were the days … but as you move into mid- and later life, it takes more discipline to stay healthy.”

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Get supplement smart - cover

“Get supplement smart”
Cover story, Women’s Health & Fitness magazine, July 2009

“When it comes to supplements, it’s not just what you take, but how you take them, that counts …”

Read the full article here.

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