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Rosemary Stanton

Rosemary Stanton is a nutritionist with a science degree in biochemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry, post-graduate qualifications in nutrition and dietetics, a graduate diploma in administration and a PhD for her work in public health.

The author of many scientific papers, 32 books on food and nutrition, over 3000 articles for magazines and newspapers as well as chapters in various textbooks, Rosemary was also a regular presenter on Burkes Backyard, averages 10 radio interviews a week, and lectures to medical students, doctors, teachers, nurses, sporting groups and the general public.

Rosemary Stanton maintains a close liaison with the consumer viewpoint and is widely regarded as a spokesperson who is not beholden to any one interest group. Her major aim is to change Australians' poor eating habits so that people have healthier diets, and eat more enjoyable foods, which create minimal environmental damage. She has a particular interest in obesity, children’s nutrition and public health nutrition and maintains equal interests in the twin areas of food and nutrition.

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