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Nutrition considerations in shift work

13 Sep, 2019

Effects of meal timing on metabolic health

Friday September 13, 2019

The presentation covers:

  • An overview of the circadian clock system
  • How eating late at night affects our metabolic health
  • Nutrition considerations in shift work
    • Dietary patterns of shift workers
    • Factors that influence shift workers’ food choices & eating patterns
    • Dietary recommendations for shift workers
    • Practical tips for dietitians/ nutritionists

Watching this presentation and completing the assessment can contribute towards assessable Continuing Professional Development hours

About the Presenter

Gloria Leung is a PhD candidate from the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food at Monash University. Her thesis examines the effects of meal timing on metabolic health, particularly that of shift workers. Her research aims to generate evidence that can be used to advocate for changes in workplace health policies and also assist dietitians in providing evidence-based recommendations to shift workers. In her spare time, Gloria enjoys cooking (for humans and dogs), and likes to show those around her that nutritionists/dietitians do not only live off salad and quinoa.

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