The Dietitian Cafe: Charlotte Stirling-Reed - The Baby & Child Nutritionist
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5d ago
In today’s episode, we’re delighted to be joined by the one and only Charlotte Stirling-Reed, best known to many as “The Baby & Child Nutritionist! Charlotte is a registered nutritionist, the owner of consultancy SR Nutrition and twice a Sunday Times bestselling author. In this episode we’ll chat to Charlotte about everything from the importance of toddlers developing a positive relationship with food and eating out and about with toddlers, to Charlotte’s work with Joe Wicks on Wean In 15. Charlotte has supported thousands of families with feeding their babies, toddlers and young children ..read more
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The Dietitian Cafe: Let’s talk about fibre: In conversation with Dr Megan Rossi
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by Nualtra
2w ago
In today’s episode, we’re discussing all things gut health and fibre. We’ll start by talking to our guest about their career before diving into today’s topic. We’ll discuss the latest research in the field of gut health, misconceptions around the topic and practical tips for diversifying the gut microbiome, for you and your patients. To discuss this subject, we're delighted to be joined by none other than registered dietitian and gut health specialist Dr Megan Rossi. Dr Megan Rossi, founder of The Gut Health Doctor, is considered one of the most influential gut health specialists international ..read more
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The Big Dietetic Debate: Calories on Menus – Is it helpful or a hinderance?
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by Nualtra
2M ago
In today’s episode we’re discussing the somewhat controversial legislation around calorie labelling on menus; unpacking the origin of this law and the evidence behind it. We’ll also explore the law’s impacts on public health and the food industry, as well as the consequences for those living with an eating disorder. To discuss this topic, I’m delighted to be joined by specialist dietitian and clinical advisor at the UK’s eating disorders charity BEAT, Sarah Fuller, and advanced specialist dietitian in obesity and bariatric surgery, Deepti Loomba. Sarah is a specialist eating disorders dietitia ..read more
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The Big Dietetic Debate: Will banning junk food advertising really tackle childhood obesity?
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by Nualtra
2M ago
In today’s episode we’re discussing the law to ban junk food advertising online and before 9pm on TV; unpacking the origin of this law and the evidence behind it. We’ll also explore the law’s impacts on public health and the food industry. To discuss this topic, we're delighted to be joined by registered nutritionist and owner of The Nutrition Consultant, Charlotte Radcliffe. Charlotte Radcliffe is a registered nutritionist and has over 20 years’ experience in nutrition and health, strategy development, nutrition analysis, regulatory affairs, and food retailing/catering. She runs a highly succ ..read more
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The Dietitian Cafe: Nutrition in the Fire Service with Dr Greg Lessons
Nualtra | The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
3M ago
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about the importance of nutrition within the fire service, including discussions around food provision in the fire brigade and the impact of prioritising nutrition for firefighters. This episode will also explore nutrition-related health issues that firefighters may experience and delve deeper into the role of nutritionists and how they can support the health and well-being of firefighters. To discuss this topic, We're delighted to be joined by a Registered Nutritionist and Health Improvement Lead at The Fire Fighters Charity, Dr Greg Lessons. Greg’s uni ..read more
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The Dietitian Cafe: Tackling CPD dread – How to build a CPD portfolio to be proud of
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by Nualtra
3M ago
After many of our dietitian listeners will have recently renewed for another few years with the HCPC, continued professional development (CPD) may well be at the forefront of your mind. In today’s episode, we sit down with two people - Donna Fielder & Jen Fielder who are actively working to make CPD a hassle-free task for allied health professionals. We’ll dive into the world of CPD, discussing if there are gold standard methods for recording, the main barriers to undertaking CPD and hearing our guests’ top tips for building a CPD portfolio to be proud of. Donna is a content producer for J ..read more
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The Big Dietetic Debate: Tackling Britain’s sweet tooth with Dr Paul McArdle
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by Nualtra
3M ago
In today’s episode, Harriet is joined by Dr Paul McArdle to discuss a topic that’s garnered multiple recent headlines – Artificial sweeteners. We’ll start by unpacking the basics including the history of non-sugar sweeteners and how they’re defined, before moving onto some of the myths and confusion surrounding this topic. Paul is a leading UK Registered Dietitian and a specialist in diabetes, weight management and mental health with over 20 years of experience. He's passionate about high-quality, evidence-based patient care and was part of the guideline development group for the 2018 Evidence ..read more
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The Dietitian Cafe: Not your typical dietetics career with Lucy Jones
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by Nualtra
4M ago
In today’s episode, we're joined by a dietitian whose career journey breaks the norm for dietitians - Lucy Jones. Lucy is Vice President Clinical at Oviva, a company transforming the way people access care through their technology. By background, she is an experienced dietitian, having worked in numerous London hospitals and specialises in managing obesity and metabolic syndrome. She's also had many television presenting roles including Channel 4’s The Food Hospital, ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show, BBC1’s Eat Well for Less and Channel 4’s Sugar Rush with Jamie Oliver. In her position as a medi ..read more
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The Big Dietetic Debate: Calorie counting - is it helpful or harmful to people with diabetes?
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by Nualtra
5M ago
In today’s episode, we will unpack the topic of calorie counting for people with diabetes. We’ll discuss the benefits as well as explore whether the practice has any harmful consequences with diabetes specialist dietitian and co-founder of the award-winning Carbs & Cals range of books and app, Chris Cheyette. Chris has worked as a Diabetes Specialist Dietitian within the NHS for over 20 years with a wide range of patients living with type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. He is widely published, including several articles in academic journals on weight management and diabetes. In 2009, C ..read more
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The Big Dietetic Debate: Is calorie counting helpful or harmful to people with diabetes?
Nualtra | The Dietitian Cafe
by Nualtra
5M ago
In today’s episode, we will unpack the topic of calorie counting for people with diabetes. We’ll discuss the benefits as well as explore whether the practice has any harmful consequences with diabetes specialist dietitian and co-founder of the award-winning Carbs & Cals range of books and app, Chris Cheyette. Chris has worked as a Diabetes Specialist Dietitian within the NHS for over 20 years with a wide range of patients living with type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. He is widely published, including several articles in academic journals on weight management and diabetes. In 2009, C ..read more
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