Alison McAleese is an experienced dietitian specialising in public health and obesity prevention. She also has a keen interest in reducing inequalities related to food nutrition. Over the past 12 years she has worked in community nutrition education, project development and public health roles in Australia and the UK. For the past 6 years Alison has been the Healthy Lifestyles Campaigns Manager at Cancer Council Victoria.

(0.49) What does seasonal eating mean?

(1.14) How eating seasonally contributes to health

(2.05) Environmental benefits of eating seasonally

(3.01) Your budget and eating seasonally

(3.34) Should I choose eating seasonally or eating organic?

(4.29) Tips on how to make seasonal eating easier

(5.24) Where you can find seasonal local produce

(5.45) Vegetables in season now

(6.52) Where to find out more

Useful Links

Live Lighter https://livelighter.com.au/

Better Health Channel https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/

Nutrition Australia https://www.nutritionaustralia.org/

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