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"Self-determination of traditional food systems, foods and enterprises improves food security and the nutrition-related health outcomes associated with being food insecure."

Sustain: The Australian Food Network

"Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) and proud Gamilaroi woman, Tracy Hardy has been speaking at the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) National Conference, sharing how the language of food plays an essential role in connection to Country and health. During her conference presentation on Indigenous health, Ms Hardy encouraged people to increase their understanding of Australia’s Indigenous culture through talking about food."

National Indigenous Times
SBS Online

"Proud Gamilaroi, woman Tracy Hardy, tells SBS Food how reconnecting to Country and traditional Indigenous foods has helped her to feel emotionally, physically and culturally strong."

"She may have taken the long way around , but local dietitian Tracy Hardy has finally found her true calling. Recently awarded for her contribution to the nutritional wellbeing of Indigenous communities...."

Profile Magazine
(Cover Story)
USC News

"University of the Sunshine Coast student Tracy Hardy has a vision for better health for Indigenous Australians – and her efforts to achieve this have earned her a national award. The Nutrition and Dietetics student from Maroochydore was presented with a Future Leader in Indigenous Allied Health award at the Indigenous Allied Health Association (IAHA) recent national forum in Canberra."

Accreditations, Memberships, Registrations
Member: Public Health Association of Australia
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For further information about Accredited Practising Dietitians​ (APDs), please refer to the Dietitians Association of Australia.

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