Christmas menu No 3 & shopping list
Purchase all you need to prepare Christmas menu No 3 from the Total Wellbeing Diet team: Mushroom, leek & asparagus tartlets; roast pork; roasted vegetables and steamed greens, mixed berry ice-cream with meringue.
Christmas menu No 4 & shopping list
Purchase all you need to prepare Christmas menu No 4 from the Total Wellbeing Diet team: eggplant dip; leek, salmon and asparagus tartlets; roast pork and vegetables; Peach Melba; and fruit mince slice.
Biotechnology solutions for industry
CSIRO's biotechnology research delivers biotechnology applications for human health, agriculture, the environment and industrial biotechnology sectors.
Healthy Heart Program: about the program
Since the early 1990s, CSIRO has performed many clinical trials on how nutrition and exercise affect heart health. CSIRO has investigated dietary patterns, single foods, food supplements and extracts.
Biobank to aid disease prediction and diagnosis
CSIRO will launch a new collaborative research cluster in Melbourne today focused on establishing a ‘biobank’ of blood samples to be used in advancing research into the prediction and early diagnosis of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and cancer.
Put your family online to health
CSIRO is seeking Australian families willing to participate in a study which will help in the development of a range of computer-based, healthy lifestyle tools.
Dementia: early detection is key
CSIRO recognises the importance of studies like the report Access Economics recently released; “Making Choices – Future Dementia Care: Projections, Problems and Preferences”, for it informs planning in strategic research.
International recognition for a 'Living Treasure'
The first Chief of CSIRO Human Nutrition, Dr Basil Hetzel, has received the prestigious 2009 Pollin Prize for his research into the effects of iodine deficiency on brain developments in newborns.
Alzheimer’s disease breakthrough
CSIRO scientists have developed a new system to screen for compounds that can inhibit one of the processes that takes place during the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s disease research attracts first partner
The Australian Alzheimer’s disease cluster study – The Australian Imaging, Biomarker and Lifestyle Flagship Study of Ageing (AIBL) – has secured its first collaborative research agreement with a major strategic alliance partner, Pfizer Australia.
Are Australian children active and eating well?
The most comprehensive survey ever taken of Australian children’s diet and activity habits has revealed a picture of a generation where some children are eating a variety of healthy foods and are generally lean and active, while others are filling up on the wrong types of food and spending too long in front of the television.