Skinnybiks - The Healthy, Sweet Snack

Are you searching for a healthy but sweet snack to help with those times when you just have to have some sugar? Skinnybiks are the answer and we are now stocking them!

Skinnybiks are a sweet tasting biscuit, designed by Professor Antigone Kouris (Melbourne based dietitian with over 30 years in the industry). Professor Kouris designed these for her patients but found they were so popular she began producing them in large quantities and shipping them Australia wide.

We're thrilled to be stocking the 3 delicious flavours - Chocolate, Cranberry and Date.  They come in packs of 9 and at only 56 calories each you will love every bite - and so will the kids!

Packed with nutrition they have quality wholesome ingredients e.g whole eggs, canola oil or extra virgin olive oil, almonds, natural undutched cocoa, couverture dark chocolate (or dates or cranberries), rice/oat bran/wholemeal spelt flour or gluten free lupin flour.

Try them with your next meal order - you'll love this sweet healthy snack. SHOP NOW

Assoc. Professor Antigone Kouris


Antigone is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 30 years experience as a clinician, researcher, author, educator and more recently food product developer.

  • She has a PhD in Nutrition from the Faculty of Medicine at Monash University, Bachelor of Science  with Honours in Biochemistry/Microbiology from Melbourne University and Post Graduate Diplomas in Dietetics from Deakin University and Botanic Medicine from Newcastle University. 
  • She has over 50 published papers (>1300 citations, h-index of 17), has co-authored 35 chapters to 7 university text books, has authored 3 of her own books (including a MediterAsian cook book) and contributed to numerous reports for the Australian Government and World Health Organisation. 
  • She worked with and was mentored by the esteemed physician, medical nutritionist and scientist Professor Mark Wahlqvist MD, FRACP, AO for 20 years, primarily in the Department of Medicine at Monash University, where she did her PhD and contributed to the medical curriculum.  Her PhD was the first study to show that adherence to a Mediterranean Diet Pattern (MDP) in old age conferred longevity, resulting in a landmark paper in the British Medical Journal in 1995. Her research team at the time was also the first to develop a validated MDP score, enabling many researchers around the world to study the health benefits of the MDP contributing to the huge body of evidence surrounding this diet. She also coordinated an international cross-sectional study on 800 elderly from 4 countries called the “Food Habits in Later Life study”, which included Anglo-Celtic and Greek Australians, Aboriginal Australians in Western Australia, Greeks in Spata Greece, Swedes and JapaneseShe was also the managing editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition for 4 years.
  • She runs two businesses:
    1) private practice (in 2 locations) as a clinical dietitian specializing in the evidence and application of nutraceuticals and tailored diets to manage/treat over 20 conditions. She has over 30 years experience working with patients.
    2) food product development company specializing in functional low sugar high fibre cookies made with lupin.
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