How hormones influence women's gut health
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
6d ago
How often do you see female patients or clients experiencing gut issues, especially during the pre- and post-menopausal years? Is it irritable bowel syndrome, hormones…or something else? Join dietitian Chloe McLeod to hear about:  How gut health impacts a woman’s overall health and wellbeing  The link between stress and gut health  How hormonal fluctuations affect gut health  Key nutrients and gut-friendly foods for pre- and post-menopause  For the shownotes https://dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/how-hormones-influence-womens-gut-health/  This podcast is not ..read more
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Busting the ‘calories in, calories out’ myth
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
2M ago
Should we be calculating calorie requirements for our clients? Where did the ‘calories in, calories out’ myth originate? And, what is the set point theory? Learn all this and more in our captivating conversation with obesity researcher, Dr Nick Fuller. Nick describes the cascade of physiological reactions that occur in the body once weight loss begins and explains why he’s on a mission to banish dieting for good. For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/busting-calories-in-calories-out-myth/ This podcast is not, and is not intended to be, medical advice, which should be tail ..read more
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Meet the trailblazers in critical care nutrition
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
3M ago
While nutrition is now recognised as an important part of therapy in critically ill patients, there’s still more dietitians can do to champion their role in this arena. In this podcast, join internationally recognised researchers and dietitians, Associate Professor Emma Ridley and Dr Kate Lambell, as they discuss the importance of research in advocating for dietitians in critical care. We explore Emma and Kate’s incredible career journeys from clinical roles to academia and hear their advice for both new and experienced dietitians wanting to get started in research. Emma and Kate also share th ..read more
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Managing sarcopenia: Dietitians in the driver's seat
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
3M ago
There has been a significant increase in sarcopenia research over the past decade, which has resulted in improved identification and management. Despite these advancements, Accredited Practising Dietitian and president-elect for the Australian and New Zealand Society for Sarcopenia and Frailty Research (ANZSSFR), Dr Anthony Villani believes that dietitians can play a far more substantial role in this space. In this podcast, we sit down with Anthony to gain a deeper understanding of the condition, including the nuances of identification and treatment and actionable strategies for dietitians. An ..read more
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A dietitian’s roadmap to NDIS provider success
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
3M ago
As the number of NDIS participants in Australia rises, understanding the ins and outs of becoming an NDIS provider has become critical for dietitians. In this podcast, we sit down with Lina Breik, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and registered NDIS provider. Lina shares what fuels her passion for the NDIS, including its profound impact on her practice and why it's a game-changer for dietitians. She also walks through the essentials to becoming an NDIS provider and the valuable lessons dietitians can learn from the success of other allied health professionals. For the shownotes: https://diet ..read more
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Enhancing aged care menus: Small changes, quick wins
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
4M ago
A recent, world-first study found that increasing dairy consumption among aged care residents significantly reduces their risk of falls and fractures. While this intervention was also found to be cost-effective, at less than $1 per resident per day, dairy intakes in residential aged care still fall short. In this podcast, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Louise Murray, shares her first-hand experience of how dietitians can confidently start conversations with staff to enhance menu offerings and boost resident’s nutritional intakes. Louise also shares her top tips for starting at a new facility ..read more
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If not coeliac disease, then what?
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
4M ago
How does non-coeliac wheat sensitivity differ from coeliac disease? Is gluten the only culprit for causing gastrointestinal and other symptoms? Can people with non-coeliac wheat sensitivity and coeliac disease consume oats? Learn all this and more in our latest podcast episode with Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and gluten-free nutrition specialist, Dr Kim Faulkner-Hogg. Using a real-life case study and her 30 years of experience in the area, Kim also explains gluten’s involvement in autoimmune conditions, the steps for deciding whether a gluten free diet is the best approach and how ..read more
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Dietitian to Dietitian: The Mediterranean diet and gut health: From research to recipes
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
4M ago
The Mediterranean diet has become one of the most popular and well-researched diets with a wide range of health benefits. New research now suggests that positive changes to the gut microbiome may contribute to improved outcomes related to cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, and aging. In this episode of Dietitian to Dietitian, NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, Professor Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD and culinary nutrition expert and chef Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, CDN, discuss how the Mediterranean diet can impact the gut microbiome – as well as how to teach your clients ..read more
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Letting go of perfectionism in dietetics
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
4M ago
Janeane Dart is a dietitian making waves in student education thanks to her work and studies in professionalism (read: not perfectionism!). In this podcast, Janeane shares how her ‘unplanned’ career was inspired by a chance encounter with a dietitian whose food, cooking and health knowledge left a lasting impression. Fast forward 30 years, Janeane is heavily invested in shaping the future of the dietetic profession through our core dietetic tool -  communication. Tune into this fascinating chat to hear Janeane’s thoughts on fostering reflexivity and why normalising momentary lapses in pro ..read more
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Finding purpose in dietetics
Dietitian Connection Podcast
by Dietitian Connection
5M ago
When Brady Schulz prepared a business plan for a university assignment back in 2009, he never thought by 2023 that same business plan would come to fruition in a very successful way. Along with his team of 40 skilled dietitians, exercise physiologists and diabetes educators, Brady has provided over 80,000 consultations and 525,000 occasions of allied health services – and counting! In this podcast, Brady explains why his combination of skills in exercise physiology and dietetics has been invaluable to helping people change their lifestyle. He also shares why being a ‘yes man’ paved s ..read more
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