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

  • Oily fish and diabetes prevention

    Omega-3, oily fish and diabetes prevention

    Experts recommend people with diabetes consume a serve of oily fish 2-3 times a week. Here we explain why, and options for those who ..Read more

    Experts recommend people with diabetes consume a serve of oily fish 2-3 times a week. Here we explain why, and options for those who don't like it.

  • How do you manage depression?

    The drug-free way to avoid and manage depression

    Large question marks continue to hang over antidepressants as a way to manage depression.

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    Not everyone will benefit from taking antidepressants to manage depression, but there are simple steps we can all take to try and lift our mood.

  • Best antioxidants for skincare

    Antioxidants: your skin’s best defense

    The best antioxidants for skincare come in both oral and topical form. Here..Read more

    The best antioxidants for skincare come in both oral and topical form. Here we explain how you can slow, or even prevent, aging skin with antioxidants.

  • How body fat affects our skin

    Excess body fat can have a dramatic impact on our skin

    Carrying too much weight around is a health risk all on its own, but the way body fat affects our skin can be dramatic, and hard to rev..Read more

    Carrying too much weight around is a health risk all on its own, but the way body fat affects our skin can be dramatic, and hard to undo.

  • Testing cortisol levels

    What is a cortisol blood test?

    Cortisol mobilizes our biological resources to repair and protect the body during time..Read more

    Cortisol is a key hormone that our body produces when we are stressed, and here we explain why testing cortisol levels is important as we age.


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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

  • Best antioxidants for skincare

    Antioxidants: your skin’s best defense

    The best antioxidants for skincare come in both oral and topical form. Here..Read more

    The best antioxidants for skincare come in both oral and topical form. Here we explain how you can slow, or even prevent, aging skin with antioxidants.

  • CoQ10 health benefits

    CoQ10 health benefits include combating several age-related conditions, such as macular degeneration and dementia, and improving energy levels. Below we outline everything you need to know about CoQ1..Read more

    CoQ10 health benefits include combating several age-related conditions, such as macular degeneration and dementia, and improving energy levels. Learn more.

  • Vitamin A health benefits

    There are many vitamin A health benefits

    Vitamin A health benefits are wide ranging, and include improved vision, sk..Read more

    Vitamin A health benefits are wide ranging, and include improved vision, skin, and immune system functioning. Learn more about this important vitamin here.

  • Common superfoods

    Why is it important to harness superfoods?

    At least half of our diet should comprise common superfoods. But what some of these superfoods?

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    Superfoods are packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants that can help promote our wellbeing and prevent disease. What are some common superfoods?

  • 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.


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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