Profile: Tim Crowe
Associate Professor of Nutrition
Associate Professor Tim Crowe is a nutrition academic within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences and is also an Accredited Practicing Dietitian. He teaches across the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in nutrition dietetics in the areas of nutritional physiology and biochemistry as well as the applied role of nutrition in disease prevention and management, particularly obesity, diabetes and cancer. He is actively involved in several areas of nutrition research including specialized nutrition in the prevention of surgical complications; malnutrition identification; and nutrition support in wound healing.
NoteStreams By Tim Crowe
Juices can be a convenient and tasty way to get some of the health benefits of these foods – but how do they compare nutritionally?
If you believe cancer is a disease that strikes from nowhere with little in your control to prevent it, you’d be mistaken on both counts. Most cases of cancer are considered preventable by positive nutrition and lifestyle choices. Six new nutrition cancer prevention guidelines published today in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition reinforce some sound advice, but also include a surprise or two. So what do these six new cancer prevention recommendations tell us? And how much notice should we take?