Dr Rosemary Stanton
Dr Rosemary Stanton OAM has been a public health nutritionist for over 50 years. Her Order of Australia was awarded for her contributions to public health through nutrition. Rosemary has authored many scientific papers, 33 books (including several textbooks) and over 3,500 articles for the popular press. Her independent stance has also made her a popular media commentator.
Rosemary was a member of the working group for the Australian Dietary Guidelines and the Infant Feeding Guidelines and she is currently a Visiting Fellow in the School of Medical Sciences UNSW. She is also an invited member of the Scientific Committee for Doctors for the Environment and urges us to think more about our food – where it comes from, how to grow and prepare it, how it affects our health and how our choices impinge on climate change. Rosemary has a keen interest in the Lancet Series and has been heavily involved in responding to public criticism.