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14 Jun
2019

Bone health and density: How the gut microbiome influences bone health Professor Laura McCabe, MSU

The gut microbiota is becoming increasingly recognised as important for our health. We are all aware of the gut-brain axis, there is now evidence that the gut microbiota plays a role in bone health as well. A healthy diverse gut microbiome can protect bone by increasing the absorption of dietary…

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06 Jun
2019

Vegan diet case study. Presented by Jane Whitbread, APD

Jane’s case study is Dani, a 40 yr old woman who has been vegan for three years and has recently been experiencing fatigue. Jane uses food analysis software to assess Dani’s diet, which she finds is lower than recommended for the nutrients thiamine, B12, iron, selenium and iodine. Using plant-based…

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24 May
2019

Diet and PCOS - emerging evidence Presented by: Claire Julsing Strydom, Registered Dietitian, SA

International guidelines for the management of PCOS were published late in 2018. The dietary recommendations are very general and limited. As Dr Kate Marsh, who was on the international panel, explained in her webinar with us that there just weren’t enough robust studies on diet and PCOS for the guidelines…

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17 May
2019

Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder- ARFID Case Study. Shawna Melbourn, RD, Canada

Jenny is a 12-year-old girl referred to Shawna for nutritional assessment and concern about her limited food intake due to extreme anxiety around food. On assessment both Jenny’s height and weight were clearly affected by undernourishment. She was a “good eater” until “pickiness” developed around age seven when she vomited…

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10 May
2019

Kerin O’Dea: the power of traditional diets. By Paula Goodyer

By Paula Goodyer

In 1982 a young scientist called Kerin O’Dea went into the wilderness - literally - to study the health effects of a hunter gatherer diet and lifestyle on indigenous Australians with type 2 diabetes.   The results of this study in WA’s Kimberley region were dramatic: they found that combining…

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10 May
2019

Lifestyle change, diabetes and related conditions in Australian Aboriginals: Professor Kerin O’Dea

In 1982 Kerin O’Dea spent seven weeks living a traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle with 10 Aborigines from Mowanjum community (Derby, WA) all of whom had been living an urban lifestyle and had type 2 diabetes. After seven weeks on a traditional hunter-gatherer diet, metabolic indicators of type 2 diabetes were either…

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03 May
2019

Dysphagia and texture modified diets Presented by: Colleen Kerr, Speech Pathologist

Using footage of video fluoroscopy Colleen describes the anatomy of a normal swallow then compares it with footage showing the changes which occur in dysphagia. She outlines the incidence of dysphagia including 15-30% of older people (>65yrs) living in the community and 100% of people with dementia. She suggests viewing…

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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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