There is much to keep up with about food sensitivity. Some interesting comments in a special newsletter in 2013 include stories about food sensitive people, how the diet designed for one family member can be useful to other family members, that diet can help with the distress of reflux in infancy, and the importance of […]
The dietitians we become develop from how we practice which is shaped by who we are and also by what we do, and how others react to both of these. Working with diet investigation has provided many examples of challenges dietitians face in our fascinating career choice. View the presentation here: Working On Our Own… Don’t […]
While there are gaps in the research on diet and ADHD there is much that we do know. Click the link below to see my presentation delivered at the Symposium on Dietetic Research in Adverse Food Reactions at the International Congress of Dietetics in Sydney in 2012 Gaps diet & ADHD B&W forFIP2013
Please download Joan’s talk on the current research gaps in the diet component of diet and ADHD in pdf format Gaps diet & ADHD B&W.
The aim of this workshop was : To give you a treatment pathway that enables you to practice with confidence. How do we do this with current evidence available? Research Evidence + Clinical Practice = Better Practice Separating the black & white from the grey Download the Infant Feeding workshop (PDF, 1.2 MB) Presented at […]