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News & Reviews

26 Apr
2019

Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder- ARFID Presented by: Shawna Melbourn, Registered Dietitian

Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, or ARFID, was introduced in the DSM-V in 2013. “Because ARFID prevalence, risk factors, and maintaining mechanisms are not known, prevailing treatment approaches are based on clinical experience rather than data.” (Thomas et al, Curr Psychiatry Rep, 2017) Shawna has been working with clients with…

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18 Apr
2019

Constipation in children Presented by: Peta Adams, APD

Constipation in children is fairly common, our focus is usually on food, but as Peta explains in her webinar, often the cause of constipation is not food but functional. As Peta states "If it was a simple matter of just eating a bit more fruit, they wouldn’t be seeing a…

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12 Apr
2019

Low carb diets for diabetes?

By Paula Goodyer

Low carb diets for diabetes? An interview with Dr Carmel Smart For adults with Type 2 diabetes, there’s evidence that a low carb diet can help reduce blood glucose levels, at least in the short term - but what about children with Type 1 diabetes?  “Some families are interested…

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12 Apr
2019

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth: case studies Presented by: Alison Stewart, APD

Alison Stewart has been practising as a dietitian for 25 years, mostly in private practice. When some of her clients with FODMAP intolerances did not improve using conventional dietetic strategies she began researching small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). Alison interprets the breath test results of each of her three client…

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05 Apr
2019

Female hormones - Part 2 Presented by: Dr Kamaldeep Manak, MRCGP (UK), FRACGP (Aus)

Female hormones - Part 2. Nutrition and lifestyle interventions to alleviate symptoms. In her Part 1 presentation Kam gave us insights into the hormonal conditions which many of our clients have. In Part 2 she describes the nutrition and lifestyle interventions which can assist alleviate symptoms. Kam discussed the evidence…

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05 Apr
2019

Female hormones - Part 1 Presented by: Dr Kamaldeep Manak, MRCGP (UK), FRACGP (Aus)

Female hormones- Part 1. Oestrogen, progesterone and common hormonal conditions In Part 1 of her two-part series on the female hormones Kam reviewed the role of oestrogen and progesterone in healthy menstruation and fertility. She described in detail: The production of oestrogen (the main site is the ovaries with…

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29 Mar
2019

Nutrition for children from vulnerable populations: case study Presented by: Ju-Lin Lee, APD

A 2-year-old boy was referred to Ju-Lin with growth faltering and delayed texture progression. He had recently been admitted to hospital with asthma. Ju-Lin describes the context of her practice as a community health dietitian. Her initial assessment includes dietary assessment, feeding history and the families food security. Using Ellen…

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22 Mar
2019

Current evidence on dietary approaches to improve weight loss success: Professor Clare Collins FDAA

Achieving long term weight loss is demanding and also relatively uncommon. For dietitians who have clients trying to lose weight we want to know we are providing the best advice available. There are a myriad of approaches we could take but where do we start? Clare was able to give…

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19 Mar
2019

GORD and Barrett’s oesophagus Presented by: Louise Mudge, APD

Gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is estimated to occur in 10–15% of the Australian population. Many of our clients either present with GORD or have a history of GORD. In her webinar Louise brought us up to date with the management of GORD from lifestyle interventions through to medications and…

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06 Mar
2019

The hunger games - when nil by mouth goes too far - an interview with Sharon Carey, APD, PhD

By Paula Goodyer

No marathon runner would fast for 12 hours before a race, yet it’s often expected of patients facing another endurance test: major surgery. “Instead of fasting, patients should be carb loading so their body can cope better with the stress of surgery. Being well nourished before surgery reduces the risk…

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