Dr. Patrick Owen explains the history and evolution of the Paleo Diet. You will learn about the differences between the Paleolithic hunter-gather diet compared to the modern-day Paleo diet and why dairy, grains and legumes are excluded. Promo Code only until 31st May 2019, paleo10 to obtain a $10 discount.
Katherine Baqleh provides an in depth presentation on the different types of vegetarian diets and how these may impact our health. She discusses the nutritional adequacy of vegetarian and vegan diets, and possible nutritional deficiencies if not properly managed.
Dr. Caryn Zinn provides a fantastic evidence based presentation on the science and practice of fasting, and its impact on health to enhance your clinical knowledge and skills when working with clients who fast.
Dr. Patrick Owen describes in detail the biochemistry and physiology behind the ketogenic diet for fat loss and athletic performance. You will learn how to apply the keotgenic diet into your practice, backed up by the latest research evidence.
Angela Berrill is an experienced Dietitian who provides an insight into the latest evidence and research on the nutritional considerations for Saturated Fats (SF) and Health.
Hannah Gentle has first hand experience with implementing food biodiveristy programmes. She explains about food biodiversity and how to implement strategies, tools and activities to help integrate food biodiversity into (national, regional and local level) policies, food systems, educational programmes, and daily diets.
Learn about the different types of intermittent fasting, and how these may impact your health and sports performance. Georgia provides an insight into intermittent fasting and the purported reasons for its use.
It can be frustrating for Dietitians, Parents and care-givers when feeding a fussy child. Anna Sloan provides expert advice for when Fussy Eating is more than "just a phase", and gives great tips and tricks to overcome fussy eating behaviours.
How do you organise and feed the hungry, growing adolescent athlete? Dietitian Rachel Svenson tackles this big question, and provides ideas for parents, coaches and nutritionists of how to stock up your fridge to get them the energy they need.