Topics: Nutrition

This list is a topic specific collection of information relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. It includes peer reviewed original articles and reports and non-peer reviewed summaries or reviews published in the HealthBulletin. Journal articles, reports and other publications, conference presentations, theses, resources and websites published or presented elsewhere are also included. Please see the about section for further information.

Iodine status of Aboriginal teenagers in the Darwin region before mandatory iodine fortification of bread

Mackerras DEM, Singh GR, Eastman CJ (2011) Iodine status of Aboriginal teenagers in the Darwin region before mandatory iodine fortification of bread Medical Journal of Australia; 194: (126-130)


Vitamin D insufficiency in Aboriginal Australians

9 March, 2011 | Posted in Vol 11 No 1, January 2011 – March 2011  Nutrition  

Vanlint SJ, Morris HA, Newbury JW, Crockett AJ (2011) Vitamin D insufficiency in Aboriginal Australians Medical Journal of Australia; 194: (131-134)


Healthy eating in urban Aboriginal households may be promoted through cooking workshops and by recognising the importance of women’s work, shared meals, time and cost management

16 February, 2011 | Posted in Vol 11 No 1, January 2011 – March 2011  Health promotion  Nutrition  Urban  Women  

Kuipers K, Nelson A (2011) Healthy eating in urban Aboriginal households may be promoted through cooking workshops and by recognising the importance of women’s work, shared meals, time and cost management Australian Occupational Therapy Journal; 58: (54-55)


Minister for Indigenous Health, Mr Warren Snowdon launches a national workforce to address Indigenous smoking and to improve health

The Minister for Indigenous Health, Mr Warren Snowdon has launched a new national workforce in Canberra (8 December 2010).


Cooking fish in a clay wrap

27 October, 2010 | Posted in Vol 10 No 4, October - December 2010  Cultural ways  Nutrition  

Clinch R, Adams K, Rigney E (2010) Cooking fish in a clay wrap Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal; 34: (5)


Family food work: lessons learned from urban Aboriginal women about nutrition promotion

20 October, 2010 | Posted in Vol 10 No 4, October - December 2010  Nutrition  Urban  Women  

Foley W (2010) Family food work: lessons learned from urban Aboriginal women about nutrition promotion Australian Journal of Primary Health; 16: (268–274)


Modern and traditional diets for Noongar infants

Eades SJ, Read AW, McAullay D, McNamara B, O’Dea K, Stanley FJ (2010) Modern and traditional diets for Noongar infants Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; 46: (398–403)


SNAP into life

Tippetts A, Kimberley Division of General Practice, Broome, WA (2010) SNAP into life Broome: Kimberley Division of General Practice


Healthy stores, healthy communities: the impact of Outback Stores on remote Indigenous Australians

Hudson S (2010) Healthy stores, healthy communities: the impact of outback stores on remote Indigenous Australians Sydney: Centre for Independent Studies


How’s your sugar?

The Australian Community Centre for Diabetes (ACCD) at Victoria University (VU) has developed a website for people with diabetes called ‘How’s your sugar?’.


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