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News & Reviews

12 Jul
2021

Gout. Presented by Dr Tanya Major, PhD, Department of Biochemistry, University of Otago, NZ

Gout is the second most common form of arthritis (after osteoarthritis) in Australia and New Zealand. It affects approximately 185,000 people in New Zealand, and 1.1 million in Australia. It is extremely painful and debilitating and we often have clients asking for dietary advice to prevent flares. Gout is caused…

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06 Jul
2021

Blended tube feeding - three new presentations separate myths from facts

Last year I met Amanda, the parent of an 11-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who was entirely tube fed. But her daughter had failed to thrive on commercial tube feeds - she vomited, had severe, painful reflux and was constipated.   After some googling, Amanda discovered that blending her own…

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06 Jul
2021

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Presented by Jennifer Smallridge AEP & Florence Kelly AEP

Empowering clients with complex invisible illness with movement and knowledge. Whether as a primary referral or as an undiagnosed presentation, Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome is increasingly relevant to the Accredited Exercise Physiologist and movement professional. More practitioners are dedicating their services to this population, and others are upskilling to recognise…

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04 Jul
2021

Understanding the use of blended diet with enteral feeding tubes. Dr Sarah Durnan

The practice of using blended diets with enteral feeding tubes is not hugely widespread, but it is gaining popularity. Dietetic organisations have generally advised against using blended diets around concerns with the possibility of blocked tubes, nutritional inadequacy and contamination. However, many UK dietitians are currently supporting families to use…

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29 Jun
2021

The personal story of Dr Merran Cooper

I began my medical training at Sydney University aged 50 - 32 years after qualifying for the degree straight out of school. It was the world’s longest gap year. In the decades between, I cared for my husband who died from acute leukaemia at 24 and had a ‘good’ death, despite…

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28 Jun
2021

Exercise addiction.  Presented by Elizabeth Hewett AEP

When movement becomes harmful. Can there be too much of a good thing? A resounding ‘Yes’ when we consider individuals who experience a lack of control in their exercise participation causing negative consequences for physical, emotional and social health. AEP Lis Hewett guides us through the current research with a…

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28 Jun
2021

Nutritional management of thyroid disease. Presented by Rebekka Frazer, APD, AccSD

By Chloe Risaglu, APD

The thyroid gland regulates a large number of our metabolic processes. If someone’s thyroid is not functioning optimally, they can become extremely unwell. In this presentation, Rebekka provides an overview of normal thyroid function, the processes involved in hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, and symptoms and clinical implications of both. Rebekka explains…

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21 Jun
2021

New food labelling laws- what you need to know

By Paula Goodyer

Plain English allergen labelling - what it means for dietitians and consumers  The new Plain English allergen labelling (PEAL) introduced in February makes it much simpler for consumers to know which foods contain allergens.   “It’s a big improvement, especially for anyone who’s newly diagnosed, for children and young adults…

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14 Jun
2021

The art of fermentation. Presented by Sandor Ellix Katz

Over 25 years ago Sandor Katz moved from a lifetime in Manhattan to an off-the-grid rural commune in Tennessee. He was 30 years old, had recently tested HIV+ and was searching for a big change. Straight away he began vegetable gardening “I was such a naive city kid that it…

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07 Jun
2021

Weight Stigma: The Socially Acceptable Prejudice. Two-part series. Presented by Josephine Money, APD

By Chloe Risaglu, APD

Weight stigma resides in society in many forms, often in ways we don’t think to question. Examples include clinic chairs, theatre and airplane seats being too small and flimsy. Movies and television portraying the large person as the ‘goofy’ friend. Unsolicited diet advice from strangers. Being stared at, given a…

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