Associate Professor Tim Crowe is a nutrition academic within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University.

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Could exercise help beat ovarian cancer?

New studies show promising signs, says Dr Tim Crowe.

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Do you really need vitamin supplements?

Nutrition expert Professor Tim Crowe explores when vitamins and supplements can improve nutrition.

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What pro athletes really eat

Learn why you don't need to make drastic life changes to eat a healthy, balanced diet.

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The real deal on meat and cancer

We've got the truth about meat and cancer

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The power of beetroots

Can beetroots help you work out harder, faster, better? Professor Tim Crowe explains the benefits

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How fermented foods can boost your health

Another over-hyped fad? Not quite. There is some good science behind the fever for fermented food

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The real deal on cooking and nutrient loss

How much should we really worry about losing nutrients through cooking? Professor Tim Crowe explains

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Will the real superfoods please stand up?

What's a ‘superfood’, really? An expert examines them to see which are worth the hype

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The Paleo diet: pros and cons

Nutrition expert Professor Tim Crowe untangles the fact, fad and fantasy of the popular Paleo diet

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What Australians are really eating

Professor Tim Crowe takes us through what the Australian Health Survey found.

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One diet to rule them all

A scientific review paper has sought to answer the question of what is 'the' best diet for health.

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Recipes

Food to fuel your run

Whether you’re training, racing or recovering, what you eat plays a vital role.

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Teachings from the Blue Zones

What we can learn from the places with the world's longest lifespans.

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Cutting back on caffeine

Giving up caffeine for FebFast? Here’s some expert advice for letting go of your daily brew.

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How to take a break from drinking

Given up alcohol for FebFast? Here’s some expert advice for making the most of the experience.

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Myth busting nutrition

Know your food facts? We debunk some of the popular myths and misconceptions around nutrition.

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Myth busting obesity

Seven prevalent obesity myths are put under scrutiny, with some results belying conventional wisdom.

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Guides

R is for red meat

Red meat may be an excellent source of vitamins and minerals but it must be consumed in moderation.

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O is for obesity

If weight gain continues at current levels by 2025 80% of Australians will be overweight or obese.

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Beating cancer step by step

Research suggests physical activity may help improve survival after a cancer diagnosis.

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Diabetes myths busted

Busting some of the common myths associated with diabetes.

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Cutting your cancer risk

A diet rich in unprocessed grains and meats, fruits and veggies can reduce your risk of cancer.

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Busting popular food myths

Do ‘negative calorie’ foods exist? Can you blame a slow metabolism? Popular food myths busted.

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Does exercise make you gain weight?

Can exercise increase your appetite and lead to weight gain? We asked Associate Professor Tim Crowe.

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