@Handan_80 Sure. I hav a whole post devoted to it. Basically kilojoules are the metric equivalent of Calories. Search on Foodwatch for more.
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Catherine Saxelby is University qualified with a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry plus a Post-Graduate Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics, both from the University of Sydney.
She is accredited with the Dietitians' Association of Australia and would love to answer your questions on new foods, diets, fads/trends and weight problems. She wants us to eat better!
She is a best-selling author, freelance health writer and speaker who helps busy people eat well at home and on the go. Her aim is to help people lose weight or maintain their weight as they get older without having to follow a set diet or swallow unpalatable meat replacements.
Catherine has written over 1000+ articles for magazines and newspapers, been interviewed on hundreds of TV and radio shows, and been quoted in numerous articles in newspapers and blogs.
She's also the author of 10 books including the best-selling Nutrition for Life, the Zest Cookbook and her Complete Food and Nutrition Companion (Hardie Grant Books). She is based in Sydney, Australia.
Her areas of expertise:
- Eating for energy
- Super foods
- Fast food and eating out
- High-antioxidant diet plan
- Understanding food labels
- Functional foods (food as medicine)
- What's in the food we eat - how to decide which brand is right for you
- Portion size and the obesity epidemic
- Processed food and the obesity epidemic
- Healthy eating for women
- Losing weight without dieting
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Catherine enjoys radio and comments on many ABC stations around Australia as well as commercial stations e.g. 2UE, 2GB, 4BC, 6PR, 3AK, 666 Canberra, 106.5FM. She chats on Saturdays with George and Paul on 2UE in Sydney. She has also had a regular segments with James Valentine on ABC 702 Sydney called Nourish and also with Leon Viner on 5AA.
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