• Win a copy of The Complete Food and Nutrition Companion. We have four to give away. (Getty Images)
The new and updated edition of Catherine Saxelby's bestselling Complete Food and Nutrition Companion provides clear advice on all aspects of nutrition, from acai to zinc. We have four copies to give away.
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25 Jul 2018 - 8:25 AM  UPDATED 5 Sep 2018 - 12:32 PM

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Congratulations to our winners:

D. Pedersen, NSW

M. Watts, NSW

B. Lee, VIC

K. Watkins, VIC


 

Catherine Saxelby is one of Australia's most trusted nutritionists and food commentators. Complete Food and Nutrition Companion is an A-Z handy reference tool for all kitchens. It features information on everything from everyday ingredients like plant mylks to food-related allergies and common chemicals found in food, such as citric acid.

Catherine has also examined some of the biggest wellness trends with a scientific eye to discern truth from fiction. This guide features information on trending topics such as:

  • Coconut oil and whether the science justifies the hype as a 'cure all'
  • The billion dollar supplement industry
  • Low FODMAP, vegan, keto and sugar-free diets
  • The link between women's reproductive health, fertility and nutrtrion
  • Fructose and its role in obesity.

You can check out Catherine's hype-free guide to superfoods right here.

Win one of four copies of the book

Enter your details below for your chance to win a copy of Complete Food and Nutrition Companion.

Each prize consists of one copy of the book and we have four books to give away.

Competition opens: Wednesday 1 Aug 2018 at 11:00 am (AEST)

Competition closes: Tuesday 14 August 2018 at 11:00 am (AEST)

Competition drawn: Wednesday 22 August 2018 at 11:00 am (AEST)

The full terms & conditions are here. Please read them carefully.

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