Science-Based Nutrition

Anna & Alex. Accredited Practising Dietitians and Nutrionists

Accredited Practising Dietitians
Health & Wellbeing Consultants

We’re Anna & Alex – a pair of no-nonsense dietitians who founded The Biting Truth because we believe people deserve the truth when it comes to nutrition. There are plenty of fads in the world, eat this – don’t eat that. The truth is, you can eat ALL kinds of foods and still be healthy and fit. We use simple science to empower individuals to make better food and health choices. We are scientists and skeptics who love exposing nutritional myths and helping people separate science from pseudoscience.

You can find us on Instagram and Facebook sharing daily posts about nutrition, loads of funny quotes as well delicious recipes.

We love educating people about nutrition and we work with a range of businesses and organisations to do so! To read more about our services, click here.

E-Book: Healthy School Lunchbox


  • Over 25 child-friendly, nutritionally balanced recipes.
  • Step-by-step guide on how to pack a nutritionally balanced lunch.
  • Easy to make recipes, wholesome and simple ingredients.
  • Even the fussiest easters will enjoy these recipes.
  • All recipes are nut-free.

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💥Today is World Osteoporosis Day💥, and to celebrate we're taking part in a 6 week challenge to improve our bone health ☠️. Here's 3 key ways you can look after the health of your bones🙌! 1️⃣Incorporate calcium foods into the diet - when it comes to 💪🏻 bones, a diet rich in calcium is critical.
2️⃣Start doing some weight bearing exercises - this includes any sort of activity that supports your weight.
3️⃣Vitamin D - vitamin D is what helps calcium to be absorbed by your bones. Sunlight☀️ is by far the best source of vitamin D, however, you can get small amounts from certain foods as well.
The bones we build in childhood and teenage years have to last us a lifetime. By the time we are 30, our bones have generally reached their peak bone mass, however, it doesn’t stay that way. The body continually draws calcium from our bones for other functions, so we need to make sure that we are continually consuming calcium in our diet to maintain bone mass.

#bonesmatter #dairyaustralia #sp #dietitian #food #healthy #foodie #nutrition @janis_blums & @the_nutritionguy
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