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Brigid Chunn - Post grad DipSc (Human Nutrition)

Brigid is a registered nutritionist specialized in the area of weight-loss. For the past 10 years, Brigid has been a nutrition consultant specialising in one-on-one advice.

More reading from Brigid Chunn

USEFUL RESOURCES

Perfect balance meal planner

HFG takes the guesswork out of eating a balanced diet...

USEFUL RESOURCES

Spring meal planner

Take the guesswork out of eating a balanced diet with...

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How much saturated fat is in that biscuit?

The range of biscuits in the supermarket is vast. Chocolate,...

SHOPPING

How to choose stock

Stock is a pantry or fridge essential. Stews, risottos, soups...

ADVICE

10 of the best diabetes-friendly snacks

1.  One fresh pear and one slice of Kraft Singles...

ADVICE

Your guide to bread

Once a household staple, bread has been singled out as...

ADVICE

How to choose fresh pasta

Pasta is easy to prepare, versatile and delicious. Nutritionist Brigid...

ADVICE

How to choose fruit juice

Juice can be a nice occasional drink for a change....

ADVICE

Fuel for school: Building an ideal lunchbox

Here are five great examples of healthy, tasty school lunches....

ADVICE

How to choose dairy food

There is a wide range of dairy food in the...

ADVICE

How to choose snack bars

Nutritionist Brigid Chunn sifts through the heap of snack bars...

ADVICE

How to choose healthier ice cream and frozen...

Nutritionist Brigid Chunn finds healthier options for ice cream and...

ADVICE

How to choose the best takeaways

We all eat takeaways sometimes... nutritionist Brigid Chunn investigates the...

ADVICE

How to choose stir-fry sauces

Nutritionist Brigid Chunn unpacks the good and bad of ready-made...

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How to choose hot drinks

It’s very easy to reach for a hot cuppa during...

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