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NDIS- Frequently Asked Questions

Aimee McLeod-Taylor, APD
05 Dec, 2017

NDIS- Frequently Asked Questions

Your common queries about being a dietitian with the NDIS

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Toddler eating and nutrition

Judith Myers, APD
17 Nov, 2017

Toddler eating and nutrition

Exploring food, growth and eating patterns in toddlers

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Cystic Fibrosis: Part 2

Natalie van der Haak, APD & Andrea Kench, APD
30 Nov, 2017

Cystic Fibrosis: Part 2

Putting the new Nutrition Guidelines for Cystic Fibrosis in Australia and New Zealand into practice using case studies

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Making sense of common biochemical measures

Anthony Meade, APD
01 Dec, 2017

Making sense of common biochemical measures

The interpretation of biochemistry can dramatically  influence our nutritional assessment and management

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How to use a non-diet approach in your practice

Zoe Nicholson, APD
06 Dec, 2017

How to use a non-diet approach in your practice

Altering our attitude to weight management

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Dr Robyn Brown, NHMRC Peter Doherty Fellow at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience

Food addiction

Processed junk foods have a powerful effect on the "reward" centers in the brain, involving brain neurotransmitters like dopamine

Natalie van der Haak, APD & Andrea Kench, APD

Cystic Fibrosis: Part 1

Nutrition in Cystic Fibrosis and the revised Nutrition Guidelines for Cystic Fibrosis in Australia and New Zealand

Judith Myers, APD

Toddler eating and nutrition

Exploring food, growth and eating patterns in toddlers

Nicole Senior, APD

Insects: why we should be eating them.

An abundant, nutritional and low-impact food source

Marnie Nitschke, APD

Teaching the Low FODMAP diet to your clients

Keeping it practical and focusing on the positives