Money, Hidden Agendas, And Nutrition Advice: Tackling Misinformation as Nutrition Professionals
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
1w ago
For our debate today, we will be discussing the hot topic of nutrition misinformation. In recent months it has been the subject of much debate amongst nutrition experts. We will be discussing the reasons behind the spread of misinformation, the damage it does, and brainstorming the best ways to deal with it. So, in this month’s episode, we’re tackling it head-on and bringing together experts who know their stuff to unpack nutrition misinformation and share their top tips on combating it. We're delighted to be joined by Anna Wheeler, a registered nutritionist with 20 years of experience in a ra ..read more
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Eating for hormonal health - is it more than a fad? with Jodie Relf and Laura Clark
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
1M ago
As women’s health becomes less of a taboo topic, conversations surrounding menstruation, menopause and conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are becoming more common place. Some individuals are homing in on their hormonal health and looking for nutritional solutions to positively impact their hormones. But is it all just another nutrition fad? Can you balance your hormones with your diet, is that necessary, and what does the evidence say? Join us today as we examine a selection of the diets and ideas you may have heard about in this area as well as discussing hormonal health in s ..read more
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What is it Like to Work With Neonates as a Dietitian? With Kate Arnold and Moriam Mustapha
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
1M ago
Today we're discussing and learning more about a fascinating area – neonatal dietetics. Joining Corrine to shed some light on this area are two brilliant, registered dietitians Kate Arnold and Moriam Mustapha. Kate comes at the topic from a clinical angle as Clinical Lead Neonatal Dietitian at King’s College Hospital, London, and Mo more from a policy angle in her role as Lead Neonatal Network Dietitian at the London Neonatal Operational Delivery Network. We’ll ask about the day-to-day of a neonatal dietitian, before discussing whether more neonatal dietitians are needed and also touching on t ..read more
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Should More Dietitians be Working in Policy to Influence Public Health? with Carrie Ruxton
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
1M ago
Registered dietitians and nutritionists are uniquely qualified to participate in policy and inform evidence-based policy decisions related to nutrition, dietary guidelines, and public health initiatives. The British Dietetic Association advocates for the role of dietitians in policy development and highlights their contributions to improving public health, but are there enough dietitians and nutrition experts working in policy in the UK? To help us answer these questions and dig deeper into this debate, we are delighted to be joined by registered dietitian Dr Carrie Ruxton. After completing a ..read more
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Nutrition For Elite Athletes With James Morton
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
2M ago
In today's episode, we take a look at the fascinating world of nutrition for elite athletes. Our guest has worked with some of the best including the likes of Liverpool football club and Team Sky for the Tour de France, as well as authoring over 200 research publications in the fields of exercise metabolism, exercise physiology, and sports nutrition. It is our pleasure to welcome Professor James Morton! James is a Professor of Exercise Metabolism at Liverpool John Moores University where he has authored over 200 research publications related to sports physiology and nutrition. James has also w ..read more
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Unpacking Meat Alternatives: Are They Healthier Than Their Animal-based Counterparts?
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
3M ago
Meat alternatives have witnessed a remarkable transformation in recent years. From meatless chicken fillets to vegan duck, new products are frequently appearing on supermarket shelves. A study by the Vegan Society in 2021 found that one in five people reported to have reduced the amount of meat they were eating… but are these meat substitutes healthier than actual meat? Perhaps public concerns about ultra-processed foods and the cost-of-living crisis are driving people away from meat alternatives? In today’s episode, let’s find out! For this debate, I’m delighted to be joined by two award-winn ..read more
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Burns care: What value does a dietitian bring?
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
4M ago
In today’s interview episode, Corrine chats to Registered Dietitian Tig Bridge all about a really interesting area of dietetics, burns care. Tig's extensive experience including working with burns survivors in the NHS and at The Katie Piper Foundation rehabilitation service, coupled with her roles lecturing on this subject, make her a perfect guest to explore the role that dietitians play in this area. Tig is a busy mum of 2 children and one springer spaniel (Welly). She is also an experienced clinical dietitian, having worked in the NHS since 2011 and in the field of Burns and complex wounds ..read more
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Big Dietetic Debate: Should Bariatric Surgery Abroad be Allowed?
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
4M ago
In this episode, we are delighted to be joined by Consultant Bariatric Surgeon and Sunday Times best-selling author, Dr Andrew Jenkinson. Dr Jenkinson works in the NHS at University College London Hospital as well as privately. In 2020 he released his first book, Why We Eat (Too Much) and his second book, a science-backed guide to nutrition and health titled, How to Eat (and Still Lose Weight), comes out in January. In this big dietetic debate, we’re asking the question, ‘Should bariatric surgery abroad be allowed?’. Many of you have likely read about this topic or perhaps even experienced it ..read more
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Big Dietetic Debate: Free School Meals - where are we now and what more still needs to be done?
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
5M ago
In today’s debate episode we’ll be discussing free school meals: where are we now and what more still needs to be done. As we’ve started the new school year, it’s one that sees all primary children in London receiving free school meals for a year in response to the cost-of-living crisis. In this episode, we talk to Isabel Rice, a registered dietitian and London food poverty campaigner coordinator at Sustain, and Dayna Brackley, a senior food policy consultant working on child health and nutrition at Bremner & co to discuss the role that school meals play in improving the health and quality ..read more
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The Story of Nualtra with founder Paul Gough
Nualtra: The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
6M ago
In today’s interview episode, I’m delighted to be chatting to none other than the founder of Nualtra, dietitian Paul Gough. We’ll hear from Paul all about what led him to start Nualtra as well as the challenges he’s encountered over the years since Nualtra’s inception in 2012. Paul tells us about what it takes to launch medical nutrition products from ideation to market launch and the lessons he's learned on the way. If you would like to connect with Paul you can find him here: Instagram: @paulgough Email: paul@nualtra.ie www.nualtra.co.uk Paul is also on LinkedIn if you would like to connect ..read more
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