Total Wellbeing Diet Book 2
The team behind the Total Wellbeing Diet Book 2 discuss what's new in Book 2 in this four-and-a-half-minute video.
Starplus™ starch for healthier bowels
CSIRO’s Starplus™ technology incorporates natural starch from cereals into foods or dietary supplements to improve bowel health and colon function.
Starplus™ is a new technology for delivering optimal concentrations of short chain fatty acids (SCFA), in starch-based products, to the colon. Increasing levels of these acids is likely to have significant preventative and therapeutic effects on gastrointestinal diseases.
Smart statistics for bioinformatics
CSIRO is developing new statistical tools for analysing microarray data to enable faster drug discovery and development of simpler clinical diagnostic tests.
Roast pork and vegetables
Delicious recipe for a roast pork and vegetable lunch or dinner provided by the Total Welbeing Diet team.
Recipes for healthy eating and weight control
Research at CSIRO’s Clinical Research Unit in Adelaide, South Australia, has led to the development of the higher protein, low fat diet The Total Wellbeing Diet, which offers fabulous recipes to help you eat well and stay healthy while losing weight.
Preventative Health Flagship
The goals and research of the Preventative Health Flagship and how the Preventative Health Flagship is developing preventative strategies to help fight chronic disease are introduced in this video. (6:00)
Watch a video outlining how the Preventative Health Flagship is improving the health and well-being of Australians.
For a healthy starter, try this prawn salad from the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet.
A healthy recipe for a dessert as discussed on Channel 7's Today Tonight television program.
Top off your Christmas meal with this pudding from the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet.
Fish oils for good health
Healthy fish oils, also known as long chain omega-3 fatty acids, have earned the reputation as one of the best bioactives yet discovered.
Kids Eat, Kids Play survey
The Preventative Health Flagship was partnered with the University of South Australia to undertake one of the most important surveys of children ever to be undertaken in Australia.