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Welcome to Food Bytes

FoodBytes is a nutrition marketing consultancy directed by Teri Lichtenstein, an accredited practising dietitian (APD),  sports dietitian and accredited nutritionist with over 20 years experience in nutrition communications within the food and healthcare industries.

You can read more about Teri’s experience on LinkedIn.

FoodBytes has worked with a range of clients

An excellent strategy is only as successful as the people who drive it, so we always align your external efforts with your internal conditions.


We have a deep understanding of the the diverse factors that influence nutrition and health, as well as insights into the best way to communicate with a variety of healthcare professionals.


All our services evolve around credible nutrition communications that will achieve engagement with your audience and resonate to achieve an impact.


My what a big head you have! I picked up this ginourmous purple cauli at the @cityofboroondara farmers market this morning. There is enough of this gorgeous purple variety to make cauli rice, cauli pizza, cauli steaks and good ‘ol boring roasted cauli. #101wayswithcauliflower ...

I find the tediousness of coming out of yet another lockdown much harder than the actual lockdown itself….it’s like we are living in no-mans land. My kids can play outdoor sport but not indoor….footy practise ok but no tackling (try explain that one to a 9 year old!), I can see friends but not at home and on and on the restrictions go. Today just felt like one of those days when baking would fix anything. I have always found that the gentle rhythm of an electric beater and the hypnotic-like effect of chocolate swirled into batter can calm my overactive mind. This baking session was made even better as my 9 year old and I poured over recipe books together until we settled on this always-delicious Kugelopf cake from the @mondaymorningcc first cook book. It’s an oldie but a goodie and can make any situation feel a million times better. ...

My favourite childhood food memories are from my Omi’s house. She was the ultimate cook and I often close my eyes and recall detailed food memories in every part of her house….finding my favourite chocolate coconut ruffs from the ‘pick-n-mix’ selection in her sideboard, dipping homemade biscuits into cups of tea while sitting at her kitchen table, and my favourite memory….four course elaborate lunches every Saturday Shabbat afternoon with the dining table set with silver cutlery and starched white napkins. My Omi escaped from Germany just before the Holocaust and taught me a love for so many Jewish traditional foods that she grew up eating herself. One of my favourites was her cinnamon bulkes….rolls of soft dough with lashings of melted butter and a ridiculous generous amount of cinnamon and sugar. Many a time I reached into her hot oven to devour one whilst still boiling hot, knowing that I would burn my tongue, but unable to resist when the smell permeated her house. Today the kids and I made these cinnamon bulkes together. And as crazy as this sounds, I could literally feel my Omi in the kitchen with us…smiling with absolute joy. ...

At 6am this morning I discovered that we only had enough coffee at home to get us to the end of today…shock shock horror! 😱A terrible thing to find out on day one of another f&$@en lockdown! But thanks to the speedy service of @zoom2ucourier I received my order (very quickly placed!) within 3 hours , so now I have enough caffeine to get me through anything the next seven days throws at me! Thanks so much Nespresso for amazing (and free) customer service! #notsponsored #justgreatcustomerservice ...

Do you know that every year in Australia, 7.3 million tonnes of food is thrown out. I can’t even begin to comprehend what that amount of waste looks like. A simple way to make a difference and reduce food waste is by using all bits of leftovers in your kitchen and will be surprised what gourmet meals you can create. This was a lunch I made today for my husband and I while we both worked from home and it was made totally from bibs and bobs I found in my fridge and lonely piece of puff pastry, caramelised onions, a small square of feta and a few rocket leaves that hasn’t been eaten from last night’s salad. Never underestimate the power of leftovers! ...

2208, 2020

Food Frontier: Plant-based meat – a healthier choice?

The aim of the study was to compare the nutrition averages of plant-based meat categories to similarly processed, conventional meats, from sausages and burgers to chicken-style pieces and more. The study further explored other health impacts of plant-based meats, from processing to ingredients, as [...]

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