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News & Reviews

13 Jul
2018

Insulin pumps by Dr Carmel Smart, PhD, APD

The use of insulin pumps is increasing giving people with type 1 diabetes potentially more flexibility in managing their blood glucose levels. Carmel explained the fundamentals of insulin pumps: How insulin pumps work Insulin regimens What to teach a client commencing on an insulin pump Troubleshooting insulin pumps Continuous Glucose…

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10 Jul
2018

Probiotics and power training: new tools for stronger bones and fewer falls?

By Paula Goodyer

Could probiotics help ward off osteoporosis in older people? Yes, say Swedish researchers whose new study found that taking a probiotic halved bone loss in a group of elderly women. The researchers from the University of Gothenburg randomized 90 women aged 75 to 80 to receive  either  probiotic powder with…

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02 Jul
2018

A snapshot on iodine

By Isabella Fedele

Iodine intake among Australians is low and many people are at risk of iodine deficiency. The low intake of iodine is due to removal of iodine-containing sanitizers in the dairy industry, low intakes of iodine-rich seafood, and general lack of awareness about the importance of iodine in the diet. A…

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02 Jul
2018

Do you provide care for NDIS clients?

Individuals with disabilities have many risk factors requiring nutrition interventions eg. failure to thrive, obesity, growth retardation, metabolic disorders, poor feeding skills, drug-nutrient interactions, partial or total dependence on enteral or parenteral nutrition6. We have created professional development resources which address nutrition interventions as well as working with NDIS clients.…

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27 Jun
2018

Newsletter June 28th 2018

Click here to download a copy of our latest newsletter. This week's edition contains: Do you work in the area of food Intolerances? Book giveaway  Upcoming webinars and case studies Interesting Items: We must ensure new food retail technologies are pathways – not barriers – to better health MJA Podcasts 2018…

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17 Jun
2018

Is triclosan messing with gut microbes?

By Paula Goodyer

With so much nutrition research focussed on our gut microbes we’re used to hearing how different foods can influence our microbiome for better or worse. Prebiotic fibres in legumes, for instance, help feed microbes that produce the short chain fatty acid butyrate which promotes a healthy gut. Some emulsifiers, on…

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13 Jun
2018

Newsletter June 14th 2018

Click here to download a copy of our latest newsletter. This week's edition contains: Handy gluten challenge resource Book giveaway  Review: Dietary Analysis Part 1 & 2  New to our recordings library Upcoming webinars and case studies Interesting Items: Abstract: Association of Body Mass Index With Lifetime Risk of Cardiovascular Disease and…

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08 Jun
2018

Menopause Presented by Dr Fiona Jane MBBS

Many women experience symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, insomnia and anxiety, which cause them to seek medical advice. When they do, it is an opportune time to recommend lifestyle changes that not only ease the symptoms of menopause, but help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and…

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06 Jun
2018

Dietary Analysis 2 Part Series. Dr Dianne Volker, PhD, APD

In Part 1 an introduction to Dietary analysis Dianne explained how using dietary analysis in our practice sets us apart as nutrition experts. She explained how to set up a diet analysis, understand the results and use them as an education tool with clients. In her part 2 webinar on…

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01 Jun
2018

Newsletter May 31st 2018

Click here to download a copy of our latest newsletter. This week's edition contains: A Snapshot on Zinc Review: Cholesterol Lowering Medication  Upcoming webinars and case studies Book giveaway  Interesting Items: Submissions into the Obesity epidemic in Australia inquiry Malnutrition is independently associated with skin tears in hospital inpatient setting—Findings of a…

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