Photo gallery

Sue is pictured with her illustrious PhD supervisors at The University of Sydney: Professors Vicki Flood and Maria Fiatarone Singh.

Traditional Mediterranean cooking with Eleni Karimalis in Ikaria, a Greek island and one of the five Blue Zones (hot spots of longevity) of the world.

Remember the movie Titanic? At a private cocktail party to welcome actress Suzy Amis Cameron to Australia, on the occasion of her new book release, OMD: Change the World by Changing One Meal a Day.

Sue was an invited panellist at The University of Sydney, Sydney Ideas Health Forum on Food as Medicine: Can We Eat Ourselves to Better Health?

Presenting research findings on the Mediterranean diet at the Dietitians Association of Australia national conference.

Talking all things ‘food as medicine’ with Dr Ruth Stanhiser at LLBN, San Bernardino, California.

Catching up with US colleague Dr David Katz at the 7th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition.

Sue speaking at PROPHETICA, Toowoomba, re the future of food as medicine.

One night, 20 talks at bars across Sydney. Sue was an invited Sydney University academic at Raising the Bar - an initiative from New York aimed at making education part of a city’s popular culture.

Sue was guest speaker at Montefiore’s Silver Ribbon Tea Club, which raises funds for the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) research on dementia.

Speaking at Kick Start Healthy Ageing with esteemed colleagues and global leaders on dementia research, Professors Henry Brodaty and Maria Fiatarone Singh.

With Dr Rosemary Stanton, Australia’s best known nutritionist, who spoke at the launch event of Sue’s latest book, Food as Medicine: Cooking for Your Best Health.

Media interview with talented Aussie singer Christine Anu at 702 ABC Sydney.

With pioneering and favourite Aussie TV medic, Dr James Wright, with whom Sue used to do radio segments on 2UE.

A behind-the-scences glimpse of what happens during a cookbook shoot with the team - in this case Food as Medicine: Cooking for Your Best Health.

Filming with the creative team from Catalyst on the Mediterranean diet and dementia prevention.

Sue picking chestnuts on Mt Irvine, Blue Mountains.

Sue Radd with Dan Beuttner, author of Blue Zones.

On the Morning Show, Channel 7, with Larry and Kylie.

Start of 7 Bridges Walk, Sydney, with the Hon Tony Abbott MP, Minister for Health and Ageing 2003-2007.

With Neal Barnard from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine at the 5th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition.

Sue presenting on 'How to hijack heart disease' at the Cairns show.

With the team at the Home Health Education Service stand - Cairns show.

Ch 7 make-up artist at work on Sue, before appearance on Sunrise.

Interview with Georgia Hawkins on Health News Program for Sky News Australia.

Presentation at International Soy Advisory Board health professionals symposium, Sydney.

Interview at The Ritz, London, with Elizabeth Wilson, Health Editor of She magazine.

Photography for Irish Examiner newspaper by Robbie.

TV3 - Ireland AM, breakfast TV interview on the book Eat to Live.

At Cairns show with Dr Lesley Clark, MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier & Minister for Trade in Far Nth Queensland.

Shooting Zoot Review TV commercial with Jo Bailey.

Winner of the Food Media Club Australia Award 2004 for 'Best Nutrition Writing' for The Breakfast Book.

Guest speaker at Victorian Home Economics and Textiles Teachers' Assocation conference, Melbourne. With Carol Warren, Manager Curriculum Services, and President Sandra Fordyce-Voorham.

Visit to a traditional Sth African Village in Zululand to research foods and cooking methods.

At the International Congress of Nutrition, Durban, Sth Africa with Professor Elaine Rush from Auckland University of Technology.

Traditional African foods and cooking utensils in a hut.

Presentation at the Dietitians Association of Australia conference in Melbourne 2006.

With Mark Reinfeld, vegan chef from Blossoming Lotus restaurant on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai.


A Current Affair - Rating Oven Baked Chips.