Omega-3 fats in the diet (food sources, types and health implications) Nutrition Report Spend an hour familiarising yourself with a chosen blog. I recommend choosing one of the following: www.thenutritionpress.com www.thinkingnutrition.com.au www.foodwatch.com.au Think through the following questions before you proceed to actually drafting your own blog post: Q1. What do you think might be the strengths and weaknesses of this blog? Q2. Which blog titles or topics are the most appealing to you, and why? Q3. Please find and read at least two blog posts. Which blog posts did you read, and what did you think about them? Q4. What features stand out? Is it easier to read and why? Look at how they’ve used paragraphs (small sections vs. big sections – what is easier on the eye?), subheadings (do these help you find what the information you’re looking for at a glance?) and font (normal vs. bold vs. italics). Q5. If you were invited to write a blog post for this website, what would you write about and why? Please include information from at least ten evidence-based sources. (The citation and referencing style is the Harvard style) Title: Please think of an engaging title to attract readers! Pictures: The blog post should be readable and visually appealing. You must include one picture in your blog post: either a photo you have taken, or a hand-drawing. It is preferable that this is an original picture (it belongs to you). Any pictures taken from the internet, that are not your own, MUST be accurately sourced and you MUST have permission to reuse the image – this is basic copyright requirements!