SBS have this on Monday night – 7.35 pm. I will be watching it.
“For his part, Latta is a changed man and realises his diet was far more sugar-coated than he realised.
It’s out with the sugar and in with the wholefoods and whole fat for him.
“I’ve looked at the research and I’m convinced.”
He appears to give the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) an airing as to how they work with their corporate sponsors.
Here’s ‘my’ little bit of research on the deep roots of the food industry into the DAA.
The sponsorship relations of the DAA include the food giants in Australia.
Let’s see what the management of the DAA have to say about the benefits of so much support from processed food giants. Hmmm
It’s almost exhausting looking at the long list. 🙁
Nestlé Australia with their highly processed foods.
Campbell Arnott’s – ‘Real food’ from Arnott’s with their biscuits and lollies. You have to ‘love’ the kids treats!
Arnott’s Kids treats every day – “Make every day a fun day”
The ‘whole’ food supply chain.
The DAA’s new partner, Australian Breakfast Cereal Manufacturers Forum which is tied up with Nestlé, Kellogg’s, Carmans, Sanitarium and Freedom foods and the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC). The AFGC board is comprised of the manufactured food industry – Nestlé Australia again, Simplot, Unilever, SPC Ardmona, Mars, Lion Drinks and Johnson & Johnson.
and, the Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council which are linked up somehow with the likes of Nestlé, Sanitarium, Woolworths, Goodman Fielder, Weston Foods and Bakers Delight.