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Apr 3, 2020

Good health is essential for a healthy pregnancy – but there’s more to it than meets the eye. In our most recent podcast with Melanie McGrice, we uncover the key link between nutrition and fertility, and explore the impact of carrying excess body fat on sperm health, egg health, a woman’s cycle and implantation. Join us to learn more about how dietitians play an essential role in the miracle that is pregnancy.

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Mar 24, 2020

The last week has been very uncertain and uncomfortable. Our thoughts are with EVERY dietitian because most of us have had our business, work and home life affected by the recent changes in our world due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

How are you feeling? We really hope somehow you've found some moments of calm and positivity with everything that's going on. 

Now is the time for adaptation and creativity. We're working our tails off to ensure you keep up-to-date with nutrition news and digital tools to help you adapt. This podcast episode is the best place to start.

Full shownotes and RESOURCES here: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcast

 

 

Mar 13, 2020

As dietitians, we can work with people in the prime of their lives. People raising families; or looking to maximise their sports performance. Sometimes though, we can be called upon when they’re facing their biggest challenge.

In our most recent podcast with Dr Lee-anne Chapple, we look at the latest evidence in critical care nutrition. We tackle the big questions: How do we interpret and translate the evidence into best practice care? Where is the research leading us? What about protein? What happens after the patient leaves the ICU?

Learn all about how dietitians are making a difference in critical care. 

Shownotes at: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcast

Feb 28, 2020

This podcast will change the way you think and inspire you to become more connected with food. Tune in for this moving discussion with Tawnya Bahr and Lucy Allon from Straight To The Source about how they are creating and executing regional food tours all over Australia for chefs, professionals and dedicated foodies.

FOODIE TOUR: read more and book at dietitianconnection.com/du2020

Feb 14, 2020

We just interviewed dietitian Kara Landau, founder of prebiotic gut health brand Uplift Food. We ask all of your burning questions about the crucial steps in running a food brand and hot tips for product development. Get inspired as Kara shares how she turned a dream, into reality and is innovating the gut health industry.

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Jan 31, 2020

To improve nutrition outcomes for individuals, we need creative and innovative ideas! This episode with Prof. Liz Isenring, we discuss what dietitians are doing well and potential areas for future improvement. We take a look at examples from initiatives that offer creative and successful solutions to help prevent malnutrition and improve nutritional outcomes.

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Jan 14, 2020

Around the world in science circles, there is a growing recognition that dietary guidance should be based on evaluation of the health impact of whole foods rather than on the individual nutrients they contain. In Australia, we have recently seen this reflected in the Heart Foundation’s new recommendations around meat, dairy and eggs. This podcast, hosted by Sharon Natoli, with guest speaker Prof Michelle McKinley is all about the 'food matrix effect' and how our approach to nutrition is changing.

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