GH Nutrition

Inside the Grocery Basket of a Dietitian

There is something so appealing about knowing what other people have stocked in their baskets for when hunger strikes. Our resident dietitian Georgia from GH Nutrition says that grocery shopping doesn’t have to be a long drawn out chore.  Instead, keep it simple by focusing on versatile staples and fresh, seasonal ingredients. Once you know […]

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10 Ways to Stay Healthy this Winter

Winter is well and truly here!  Chances are, if you are a true Canberran, you’ve already invested in a high-quality ice scraper and got the Michelin Man trend down pat.  It is safe to say, we are feeling the chill and with that comes the challenges of staying healthy and motivated during the cooler months.  […]

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Keep these 10 foods on hand, and you will always be able to make a quick, healthy dinner

It’s 7pm and your fridge is as empty as your stomach. You haven’t been grocery shopping since last week.  Your hangry and with little inspiration.  Logically, you have two options: 1.You can panic at what is about to be the steep downward trajectory of your blood sugar levels and get takeaway. (Guilty). 2.Or, you can […]

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Smart Eating Week

The saying work smarter, not harder is used by many – but when it comes to food and nutrition, are you left wondering how to make the right choices for you? Introducing Smart Eating Week 12-18 February! This week falls at the perfect time, as we all know that keeping our health resolutions in February […]

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Lunch boxes your kids will love!

Gone are the days where your kids open their lunchbox only to be greeted by the sight of a soggy sandwich!  Here at the Fyshwick Markets we understand how challenging it can be to pack a healthy lunchbox that your kids will actually eat.  That is why our resident Nutritionist Georgia from GH Nutrition, is […]

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How to Choose Stone Fruit

You know it’s Summer when you bite into a plump peach and the juices run down your fingers!  Stone fruit is in season, giving you a delicious source of vitamins and nutrients (to help make up for all those fish and chips). Learn how to pick the best produce and store it for the most […]

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The fact about fat: the good, the bad and the in-between

Low-fat vs high-fat diets are a hotly debated topic right now and understandably can be a confusing one! For years fat was a dirty three letter word. We were urged to banish it from our diets and instead switch to low-fat foods. But this didn’t make us any healthier, in fact it did the opposite. […]

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Zucchini Flowers

I love the excitement and anticipation that comes with the change of a new season. There is something so sweet about Spring. The days are slowly becoming longer, the temperatures are becoming milder and the daffodils and ranunculus are beginning to poke their delicate little heads out from the soil.   Nothing says Spring like the […]

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Fighting the 3pm Slump

It’s 3pm. You can barely keep your eyes open at your desk at work. You need something sweet to tie you over for the rest of the day, so you lean over to your draw and grab that chocolate bar. However, not even fifteen minutes later, you beat yourself up for falling off the wagon […]

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Hi folks. My name is Georgia and I am the resident nutritionist for the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets, thanks for stopping by. My passion lies in restoring perspective in what it means to eat and live a healthy but more importantly, balanced life. I believe our world overcomplicates health and as a result confusion around […]

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  • WHAT’S IN SEASON FRUIT   Berries: Blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and redcurrants are available.  Citrus: Finger limes available. Lemons as always this time of year scarce.  Lychees & Cherries: In season.  Mangoes: Great KPs in season.  Pomegranates: Imported pomegranates available.  Stone fruit: Great range of stone fruit peaches eating exceptionally. Plums, apricots, donut peaches, yellow and white peaches and nectarines.  Tropical fruit: Papaya, pawpaw, pineapples all eating well.   VEGETABLES   Asparagus: Still good.   Avocados: Large Hass and Reids.  Good value: Broccoli and cucumber.  Potatoes & Pumpkins: Sebagoes such a reliable all-round potato for this time of year. Pumpkin and parsnip very popular.  Tomatoes: Great range of tomatoes with lot of varieties of cherry tomatoes in season.  Flowers: So many great flowers in season.  Great Christmas Aussie natives including flowering gum and Christmas bush.