Glenn Cardwell BSc, Grad Dip Diet, Grad Dip App Sc, APD

Accredited Practising Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist & Nutrition Consultant
Glenn is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 30 years in clinical and public health nutrition, including 10 years as consultant dietitian to the National Heart Foundation and five years at the Children’s Hospital in Sydney. He currently runs his own company, Nutrition Impact Pty Ltd, which consults to the food industry to assist with research, food promotion, product development and nutrition education.
He is an award winning professional speaker and has spoken on nutrition throughout Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Spain, India, South Africa and Britain. For four years he lectured in sports nutrition at Edith Cowan University and has been a long-standing (24 years) guest lecturer at Curtin University.
He was the sports nutrition adviser to the West Coast Eagles (Australian Football League) for 14 years, the Perth Wildcats (NBL) for five years and the Western Force (Rugby Super 14) for their first two seasons.
Glenn produced two books for the Heart Foundation and has written four independent books, Diet Addiction, Gold Medal Nutrition (4th edition published in the US), Top Blokes Food Manual and Getting Kids to Eat Well.
His website can be found at www.glenncardwell.com from where you can get free ebooks and subscribe to a free newsletter.

Blog entries by Glenn Cardwell

  • Caloric restriction slows aging

    Using caloric restriction to slow the aging process

    Aging is an inevitable part of life and each year there are thousands of products that claim “anti-aging” effects. While there are num..Read more

    Aging is an inevitable part of life and there are thousands of products claiming “anti-aging” effects. Research suggests caloric restriction will slow aging

  • The best carbohydrates

    Why are carbs important?

    What are the best carbohydrates to include in our diet to improve our health and slow aging?..Read more

    What are the best carbohydrates to include in our diet to improve our health and slow aging? We explain in this post and look at the importance of carbs.

  • Phytochemicals and aging

    Follow the rainbow

    All plant products (fruit, vegetables, nuts, grains, legumes and seeds) contain a number of chemicals, called phytochemicals, some of..Read more

    Plant products contain a number of phytochemicals that can improve health and aging. Here we explain types of phytochemicals and their benefits.

  • Cut calories for healthy aging

    Excess calories take their toll

    There are five steps you can take to cut calories for healthy aging. Here we explain ..Read more

    There are five steps you can take to cut calories for healthy aging. Here we explain what they are and why this is so important.

  • Fresh food for healthy aging

    A healthy diet means eating more fresh food

    If we follow a diet full of fresh food, we will have a longer and healthi..Read more

    If we follow a diet full of fresh food, we will have a longer and healthier life. Here we explain why this is, and some simple tips for going organic.

  • Post-menopausal weight loss

    Post-menopausal weight loss - is it possible?

    Post-menopausal weight loss is possible, but short-term interventions are likely to be ineffective and you should focus on lon..Read more

    Post-menopausal weight loss is possible, but you should focus on long-term interventions to achieve success, according to a study.


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Sally Errey

Nutritionist, Speaker
Best-selling Author, Staying Alive Cookbook

Ann-Mary Hromek RN ND

Ann-Mary Hromek is a registered nurse, homeopath and naturopath and in conjunction with her husband Dr Karel Hromek, runs an injectable nutrient clinic in Mullumbimby, NSW, Australia. Ann-Mary is also a lecturer and education co-ordinator for ACNEM

Blog entries by Ann-Mary Hromek

  • Fiber health benefits

    Fiber health benefits

    Fiber health benefits include supporting weight loss, lowering cholesterol, improving digestion..Read more

    Fiber is vital for optimal dietary metabolism. Fiber health benefits include regulating blood sugar and preventing bowel cancer. Read on for more.

  • Calcium health benefits

    Calcium health benefits: why it's necessary for good health

    Calcium health benefits include improving bone health, lo..Read more

    Calcium health benefits include improving bone health, lowering blood pressure and preventing kidney stones developing. Read more in our calcium fact sheet.

  • Selenium benefits and how it affects healthy aging

    What is selenium?

    Selenium benefits people in many ways, and the essential trace mineral has a number of anti-aging and anti-cancer properties. Named after the goddess of moon, Selene, se..Read more

    Selenium benefits people in many ways, particularly in helping slow the aging process and preventing disease. But what is it, and where do we get it?

  • Vitamin B3 supplement and aging

    In this post we outline all you need to know about vitamin B3, why it is important for aging, and when you might need to take a vitamin B3 supplement. ..Read more

    What are the benefits of vitamin B3? If you take a vitamin B3 supplement, in what form should you take it? These questions and more are answered here.

  • Benefits of I3C (indole-3-carbinol)

    What are the benefits of I3C (indole-3-carbinol)?

    In this post, we ask expert educator Ann-Mary Hromek about the benefits of I3C (Indol..Read more

    There are many benefits of I3C, which is formed from the breakdown of glucobrassicin, naturally found in cruciferous vegetables.


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Rebecca McPhee, BNutr.Diet (Hons), APD
An Accredited Practicing Dietitian in private practice and Training Manager for Health Coaching Australia

Andrew Munro B HSc

Manager, leading Health Sciences company

Brendan Penwarden

Naturopath, Speaker, Business Mentor