Melanie McGrice

Melanie is a leading Australian dietitian. She is a highly respected author, speaker, researcher, journalist, blogger, media personality and food lover. You can read more about her here: CONTACT US Community operating hours (Australian Eastern Standard Time): Monday to Saturday: 9am - 5pm Sunday: 12 noon - 6pm During these times we endeavour to answer queries on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, blog comments. PAGE ETIQUETTE MELANIE MCGRICE WILL: • Delete spam or comments that are off-topic, offensive, untruthful, personally libellous, threatening, discriminatory or demeaning. • Remove job advertisements. • Remove posts that Melanie McGrice deems as advertisements for products or services. Information on collaborating with Melanie McGrice through advertising can be found on the Melanie McGrice website. • Reply to comments or posts when appropriate, but cannot reply to all comments or posts. MELANIE MCGRICE FACEBOOK PAGE FOLLOWERS ACKNOWLEDGE THAT: • The information posted by individuals or groups external to Melanie McGrice represents the opinion of the participants and not necessarily the opinion of Melanie McGrice. • Any paid advertisements through Facebook that appear on the Melanie McGrice Facebook page are independent of Melanie McGrice, and the presence of these advertisements does not imply endorsement by Melanie McGrice. • The Melanie McGrice Facebook page is not an appropriate avenue to make a complaint about the Melanie McGrice team members. Visit the Melanie McGrice website at to contact the Melanie McGrice representative. POST FOR TROLLS: The Melanie McGrice team takes very seriously our responsibility of promoting accurate, balanced and complete nutrition information. When it comes to diet and nutrition, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. The evidence-based Australian Dietary Guidelines, which were developed by independent experts in nutrition, working with the National Health and Medical Research Council, provide a framework for healthy eating - and Melanie McGrice supports these recommendations for the healthy population. For people needing specific dietary advice, we recommend seeking individual support from an Accredited Practising Dietitian. While we appreciate meaningful, on-topic, and constructive engagement through our social media channels, we will not tolerate (and do not have the capacity to respond to) inappropriate or offensive remarks online.