If bitterness is a warning via taste, is flavour a warning via smell? Brisbane dietitian Joan Breakey investigated the role of flavour as a warning via smell and discovered that strong flavoured foods remained high risk for some, but others were able to tolerate the stronger flavours, providing the foods were fresh. Featured on Ockham’s Razor on […]
Food sensitivity is complex. There are known knows and and probably unknown unknowns! Can we cope with what looks complex in science. I presented a talk on this topic on ABC radio on 3rd Dec 2017. See http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/ockhamsrazor/food-sensitivity-and-the-known-unknowns/9185042 You can see I do have some optimism the future.
Dietitian Joan Breakey from Brisbane discusses artificial food colouring and allergies. Featured on Ockham’s Razor on ABC Radio National on Sunday 11 April 2010. Click here to download the recording or read the transcript.
Joan Breakey, a dietitian from Brisbane, asks the question why, after 35 years, the controversy about diet and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is still relevant today. Featured on Ockham’s Razor on ABC Radio National on Sunday 16 September 2012. Click here to download the recording or read the transcript.