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The official Dietitian Connection Podcast gives you access to the most influential and successful experts in the Dietetic profession and beyond. This podcast will inspire you; it will challenge you; and it will empower you to become a nutrition leader and realise your dreams. Visit dietitianconnection.com to subscribe to the FREE weekly newsletter. Dietitian Connection is a one stop shop for busy nutrition professionals for nutrition, leadership and business resources, exciting job opportuni ...
 
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February is Gut Health Month – and what better way to kick it off than a podcast with our spectacular Gut Health Month ambassador, Nicole Dynan. In this episode, Nicole shares some sneak peaks of the exciting Gut Health Month campaign we’re bringing to life this year. With as many as one in two people experiencing gut health issues, Nicole touches …
 
Did you know that nutrition around conception and during pregnancy can affect a child’s lifelong health? Or that a little one’s diet in their first two years of life can do the same? This is called the ‘first thousand days’ phenomenon, which we explore in our upcoming webinar with dietitian and Early Life Nutrition Alliance CEO, Melanie McGrice. In…
 
Did you know children have the innate ability to regulate food intake? Tune into this insightful conversation with Accredited Practicing Dietitian Leah Vandervliet, who explores the responsive feeding approach, a feeding style that focuses on the feeding relationship between parent and child. She explains how parents are responsible for the where, …
 
Probiotics… postbiotics… microbiome… microbiota… dietary fibre… there’s a lot of gut health hype our clients are trying to wrap their heads around right now. In our next episode of Dietitian to Dietitian, NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, Associate Professor Hannah Holscher, PhD, RD and Andrea Hardy, RD explore the science beh…
 
There's been an extraordinary focus recently on food and nutrition within the age care setting because of the Royal Commission, which is incredible. We do know, however, that the vast majority of older adults live in the community, and they face many of the same risk factors for malnutrition as hospital patients: health conditions, cognitive and ph…
 
Dietitian Tim Cassettari recently completed a literature review on plant protein and health outcomes – and the findings are set to revolutionise the way we think about this muscle-building nutrient. In the podcast, Tim outlines why the current list of essential amino acids might not be the only ‘essential’ amino acids after all. He also explores th…
 
Vitamin D deficiency has a profound impact on the healthy growth and development of infants – but routine vitamin D supplementation during the first twelve months of life could be the key. Tune into this insightful conversation with Professor Craig Munns, who explores recent trends in vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy, lactation and infancy and…
 
The energy needs of burn patients vary greatly depending on burn severity. In this podcast, we are joined by dietitian Caroline Nicholls to learn more about using indirect calorimetry proactively to help target your interventions. Caroline discusses where to start with your clinical assessment of burns patients, the benefits and barriers to using i…
 
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can be tricky for healthcare professionals to navigate – especially for dietitians and their tube fed patients. Tune into this engaging conversation with community dietitian Lina Breik to learn about her journey of becoming a registered NDIS provider, including its challenges and benefits. Lina shares…
 
A gut-wrenching 75% of Australian parents rate their gut health as fair or poor, according to a recent community survey. Luckily, there’s a gut-ful of ways dietitians can address common misconceptions about what to eat (or not eat) to improve digestive wellbeing. In this podcast, we’re joined by ‘The Gut Health Dietitian’ Nicole Dynan to explore th…
 
There’s a sad reality in residential aged care facilities: the nutritional value of foods served is often inadequate and fails to meet Australian Dietary Guidelines for older adults. In this podcast, we’re joined by Dr Sandra Iuliano to explore the extent to which food in aged care facilities impacts a resident’s health. Sandra talks through the ke…
 
The OzFITS study is the first-of-its-kind Australian-wide survey of infant and toddler feeding practices and food intake. In this podcast, we’re joined by Dr Merryn Netting to talk through the key findings of the study, including Australia’s breastfeeding rates, low iron intakes and an alarmingly high proportion of calories coming from discretionar…
 
Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (PEI) has a profound negative impact on quality of life – but a simple treatment called pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT) can make a huge difference. Tune in to this engaging conversation with dietitian Lauren Atkins to learn the what and why of this under-recognised condition, as well as the important r…
 
Nutrition is integral to a healthy pregnancy and breastfeeding journey – and recently, research has cracked open the importance of choline for mums-to-be. With a staggering 99% of pregnant and breastfeeding women not eating enough of this essential nutrient, Dr Joanna McMillan joins us in our latest podcast to share practical guidance on meeting da…
 
Join us and NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer to dive into the ever-changing research on dietary patterns for weight management. In this webinar, Joy, Dr. Amy Goss and Christine Tenekjian explore the notion that one size does not fit all when it comes to the scales. What really works? Where do ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fats fit in, and …
 
After making his way up the university ranks over almost two decades, Dr Tim Crowe decided to take a leap towards a new nutrition niche – and he’s now one of the most prolific media dietitians in Australia. In our latest podcast, we sat down with Tim to hear his story of taking the bold jump into becoming his own boss and starting his business, Thi…
 
“You are the builder of your power,” says Kemi Nekvapil, one of Australia’s leading credentialled coaches for female executives and entrepreneurs. In this podcast, Kemi shares a snippet of her inspiring story of finding her power, and empowering others. We cover Kemi’s five-step framework for power, and discuss do-able ways to become more present a…
 
A healthy diet with a low environmental impact is the ultimate goal – but many of the common suggestions to achieve this are overly simplified. The current Australian evidence suggests there are two key areas for improving the sustainability of our food supply: production and reducing food waste both in and out of the home. In this podcast, we’re j…
 
Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) are the third most abundant component of human breast milk, and scientific research is slowly recognising their importance in infant health and development. Tune in to this fascinating chat with Professor Lars Bode to learn about the potential health benefits of HMOs and how and why their composition varies betwee…
 
Join us and NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer to discuss the current recommendations for type 2 diabetes and how to really make them work for patients from various cultural backgrounds. In this podcast, Joy speaks to diabetes experts Angela Ginn-Meadow, RD, RN, CDCES and Kathaleen Briggs Early, PhD, RDN, CDCES about the lifesty…
 
The arena of sustainability is a complex one – and oversimplifying it by encouraging our clients to eat less animal foods and more plant foods is not the answer. Instead of nitpicking single foods or food groups, the most powerful ways our clients can eat more sustainably are by avoiding overconsumption and minimising food waste. In this podcast, D…
 
Stacey Dunn-Emke is the quintessential nutrition trailblazer. She’s got a long list of achievements under her belt, but one of the most impressive is that she created her own online business, Nutrition Jobs, well before the rise of cyberspace. Her career has even seen her make an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show! In this podcast, long-time frie…
 
A cheeky email that started with ‘I want your life!!’ was the first step towards Jenny Westerkamp landing her dream job as the Team Nutritionist at the Chicago Bulls. In addition to being in her fifth season working with the Bulls, Jenny also runs her business, All Access Dietetics which provides coaching, exam prep and career resources to aspiring…
 
It is now well-known that fibre has many benefits beyond just ‘keeping you regular’ – but the average Australian consumes only 60 to 80 percent of the recommended daily fibre quota. To learn more about prebiotic fibre and its role in gut and overall health, we sat down with dietitian and CEO of NRAUS, Dr Flavia Fayet-Moore. In the podcast, Flavia d…
 
Recent consumer research found that only 17% of people had a good understanding of what probiotics do for our gut and few knew where to find good everyday sources. In this podcast with Jaime Rose Chambers, we plunge into the myths that surround these gut-loving goodies so you can help your patients improve their gut health. Do all fermented foods c…
 
Do you have patients who experience symptoms of digestive discomfort after consuming dairy? Patients who struggle to digest dairy could be lactose intolerant or, in some cases, experience sensitivity to a compound found in cows’ milk called A1 protein. Leading gut health expert and dietitian Andrea Hardy joins us in this podcast to delve into the s…
 
The results are in: six in ten Australians don’t eat enough fibre. That’s a real shame, because adequate fibre intake is essential for digestive health, and eating enough can reduce the risk of several chronic diseases. In this podcast, dietitian Joanna Baker discusses how prebiotic fibre differs from other fibres and probiotics, and its specific r…
 
There is *huge* potential for probiotics to support our health and wellbeing. Scientific research has linked their consumption with improved gut and immune function, and has even been shown to support the specific health concerns of infants, young children and women. In this podcast, Nicole Dynan (aka ‘The Gut Health Dietitian’) deep dives into the…
 
One in four Australians (that’s more than six million people!) are affected by constipation. With many different causes and types of constipation now identified, managing this uncomfortable condition is more complex than we once thought. No longer is the remedy just increasing fibre and fluid intake and doing more exercise, science is now discoveri…
 
One in ten Australians have non-coeliac wheat intolerance and one in 70 have coeliac disease. If you have a patient in either basket, how can you help them meet their total fibre and prebiotic needs when so many gluten-containing wholegrains are off the menu? Tune into this podcast with Advanced APD and gluten-free nutrition guru Dr Kim Faulkner-Ho…
 
At least 50% us have gut problems some of the time, and about 15% of people experience chronic gut issues. Excitingly, new research is shining the spotlight on the power of probiotics in the gut health space. In this podcast with Dr Joanna McMillan, we discuss what defines these transient visitors to the gut, the importance of using evidence-based …
 
With the increasing focus on sustainable diets, how does this translate into consumer behaviour when making food choices and what are some practical messages that can make a real difference? In this podcast, Dr Joanna McMillan sits down with CSIRO researcher, Dr Brad Ridoutt and the CEO of Pollinate, Howard Parry-Husbands to discuss what the latest…
 
While Exclusive Enteral Nutrition (EEN) is a first-line treatment for Crohn’s disease in a paediatric setting, it is used less frequently in adults. To learn more about EEN in adults, DC’s Jane Winter sat down with Advanced APD and Advanced Gastroenterology and ICU Team Leader, Liz Purcell. In the podcast, Liz pinpoints who is most likely to benefi…
 
As dietitians, we know that nutrition plays a critical role in cancer care - but nutrition is only one part of the clinical care puzzle. For our latest podcast, we’re joined by Jenelle Loeliger, Louise Moodie and Lauren Atkins from the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia’s (COSA) nutrition group. Jenelle, Louise and Lauren discuss screening, ass…
 
Dr Anne Voss has had nothing short of an incredible career: from starting out in a hospital and working her way into research, to completing her PhD and most recently, editing the 2nd edition of Oncology Nutrition for Clinical Practice. In this podcast, Maree Ferguson sits down with Anne to discuss her remarkable career journey… including a stint w…
 
Can the food we eat truly influence our mental health and mood? In this podcast, DC’s Jane Winter sits down with Dr Wolfgang Marx from The Food & Mood Centre at Deakin University to find out! In the episode, Wolfgang explores the latest on the influence of diet on the gut and brain. He touches on different buzz words in the world of gut health, lik…
 
Can certain foods help reduce depression and anxiety, while improving overall mood? Join us and NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, RDN, to find out! In this accredited webinar, Joy speaks to psychiatric culinary-medicine specialist April Hackert, RDN, and Meghan Hockey, APD, from the Food and Mood Centre about the impact of nut…
 
What does science say about intermittent fasting? Is it an effective weight management tool? Does it have applications in other health conditions? And how does it impact those who suffer from disordered eating? Join us and NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, RDN, to find out! In this accredited webinar, Joy speaks to researcher …
 
Leading Australian chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan has cooked in some interesting places over the course of his decades-long career, but it wasn’t until recently that he could add ‘hospitals’ to that list. While it has been a learning curve, Luke says that it really isn’t any different to the way in which he has always approached cooking – pick f…
 
Chris Brady was a fit, healthy, hard-working exercise physiologist until five months ago when his life changed drastically within a five-day period. Chris was diagnosed with tongue cancer in a dentist appointment, and quickly went from being a clinician to a patient. In this podcast, Chris explains how the dietitians in his treatment team were far …
 
Nine years after Dietitian Connection was born from a lightbulb moment, we now have a global audience of over 34,000 dietitians. Maree Ferguson was the one-woman driving force behind DC for its first few years, until Kate Agnew came along and worked under Maree’s wing. Kate’s first big project was to build the Dietitian Connection podcast – and now…
 
Lina Breik is a dietitian with a decade of dietetic experience under her belt. Most of her career has been spent in the Intensive Care Unit, but more recently, she’s taken a step out of clinical work and into the world of management. Both of these experiences have given Lina great insight into the impact of malnutrition not only on patients themsel…
 
Rachel Hawkins is on a mission to shake up the healthcare industry. Through her podcast, Naked Chats, 6-week online course, Gramtini, and other online resources, Rachel helps allied health professionals navigate the ups and downs of building a successful virtual clinic. After struggling to find her feet when she first graduated from university, Rac…
 
Introducing Dietitian To Dietitian – a new accredited webinar series, hosted by NBC’s Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, which delves into different ideas and perspectives on some of the hottest topics in Dietetics. In this episode, we dive into the question: Can traditional weight management and a Health At Every Size® approach coex…
 
As dietitians, we are often not trained in the psychology of weight loss and therefore often only treat part of the puzzle. Unlike other disease-states, so much psychology is wrapped up in a weight loss journey and if clients are not seeing a psychologist, dietitians can play an essential role in this area. In this podcast, psychologist Glenn Macki…
 
Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure in Australia. In this podcast, DC’s Jane Winter chats to Anne-Marie Desai, a clinical specialist dietitian who has worked in the area of kidney nutrition for over 20 years. We delve into protein and energy requirements, potassium and phosphate basics, the importance of glycaemic control and a relative…
 
Creating and maintaining great relationships is one of the best parts of the human experience, both personally and professionally – and that’s exactly why mentoring should be on everybody’s radar. Whether you’re a mentor or a mentee, mentoring can foster special relationships that lead to growth, development and empowerment. In this podcast, we cha…
 
One in four Australians (more than 6 million people) are affected by constipation (1). As dietitians, we know that food and nutrition is central to solving the problem and so ask many questions about bowel movements and fibre intake – but there is another consideration to make. Patients with digestive concerns often present with concurrent increase…
 
Early on in her career as a private practice dietitian, Gabrielle wasn’t aware of the effectiveness of meal replacement diets. Now she is completing her PhD on the use of severely energy-restricted diets and uses Very Low Energy Diets (VLEDs) with patients regularly to help them safely lose significant weight to improve their health. In this podcas…
 
When it came to choosing her career path, Jaime was tossing up between becoming a chef or a doctor. By chance, she stumbled upon the dietetic occupation while she was trawling through university courses – and that was her defining ‘aha’ moment. Fast forward a decade or so, Jaime is an established clinical dietitian who has dedicated a significant a…
 
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