Community outreach

The food we eat has the highest impact of all on our health and life expectancy. We empower people with this vital knowledge.

While a variety of genetic and lifestyle factors can be at play in the generation of chronic diseases, evidence clearly indicates that the food we eat has the highest impact of all on our health and life expectancy.


Unfortunately, misinformation abounds about healthy eating patterns, leaving people understandably confused and sometimes even dangerously misled. The current healthcare model emphasises pills and procedures over lifestyle interventions, and even where nutrition is taught, providers are rarely trained in the proven science on plant-based nutrition: patients are thus left without guidance on dietary approaches that can be life-changing.


Doctors For Nutrition is committed to addressing this by empowering the community with clear, evidence-based information on the role of nutrition in preventing and treating a wide range of health conditions. 


We do this through direct outreach, resource creation and events, as well as contributing accurate information to the public conversation via the media.

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The information on the Doctors For Nutrition website and related media platforms is provided for general information purposes and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult you doctor or other professional healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you have regarding your health.​ By using this website you agree to our terms.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians and Tangata Whenua of the lands and waters across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand where we live and work, and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging​. We aspire to learn from First Peoples’ traditional understanding of health as a multi-dimensional concept, embracing environmental, community and individual wellbeing.

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