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Now displaying: May, 2020
May 29, 2020

Working as a dietitian in ICU can be challenging, not only because of the nutrition consequences patients experience as a result of inadequate nutrition intake, but also the consequences of illness and being in ICU that lead to poor nutrition, which can stay with patients far beyond their ICU stint. In this podcast episode, we're lucky enough to be joined by Senior Research Fellow and Senior Clinical ICU Dietitian, Dr Emma Ridley, to chat all things post-ICU nutrition.

For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcast

May 22, 2020

There’s something very special about connecting with like-minded dietitians and getting to know them a little better on both a personal and professional level. In our very first episode of Bite-sized Chats with Dietitians, we sat down with the equally amazing Lyndi Cohen and Leanne Ward to chat about the impact of COVID-19 in their lives - from their unanticipated silver linings to the unique challenges they’ve faced and the lessons they’ve learnt about themselves (and their businesses.

May 1, 2020

It’s well known that sunshine is the best source of Vitamin D – but you might be surprised to learn that deficiency rates are increasing.

In our latest podcast, dietitian Sharon Natoli unpacks the latest research on Vitamin D and shares current intake recommendations. You’ll also explore how you can help your patients boost their Vitamin D intake through simple, whole foods.

For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcast

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