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Melissa Adamski | Communication for nutrition professionals

Melissa Adamski | Communication for nutrition professionals

April 16, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. PhD Candidate Melissa Adamski is interested in communication for nutrition professionals in the new and digital age. How can we become the online experts when we [dietitians] are the in-person experts? Melissa says we have the opportunity to learn from these social media influencers on how to market and teach nutrition to the online community. Melissa's research is focussed on the evaluation and qualitative data within Monash's Food is Medicine course, once containing 60,000 participants and 100,000 comments. We discuss how nutrition information is being shared online by popular non-professionals, discussion forums and individual's interactions in these groups (her research), MOOCs (massive online open course). Her order – Swedish Hot Chocolate. Enjoy

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Melissas's Twitter https://twitter.com/NuttedOut & instagram https://www.nuttedoutnutrition.com.au/about-us/our-dietitian/ 

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2: Individual strategies to monitor hydration status

2: Individual strategies to monitor hydration status

March 6, 2022

Join Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Accredited Sports Dietitian Nathan Cook as he explores an area of exercise science or sports nutrition.

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Episode 2: Nathan discusses some key lab based and home friendly strategies to monitor your hydration status before exercise, as well as some options to manage your rehydration phase post exercise. Enjoy. 

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Instagram @developmentdietetics 

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Website - coming soon 

Susan Pearse | Life’s purpose + the attention crisis

Susan Pearse | Life’s purpose + the attention crisis

March 2, 2022

Welcome to the Cook ‘N‘ Goals show, today we talk to Susan Pearse, author, leadership coach and presenter. Once Susan decided to go on a quarter life crisis trip overseas and try and find herself, she completely changed her perspective. Susan brought in the first mindfulness based leadership program to Australia 20 years ago after attending a conference with the Dalai Lama and has been coaching individuals, organisations and teams ever since. Susan and her business partner have written and published 3 books together, and Susan is publishing her 4th book later this year 'Spiritually Loose'. We have a great conversation about mindfulness, time and attention, as well as morning routines. The best thing I took away from this conversation is that, 'What you focus on grows'. Enjoy. 

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Susan Pearse https://www.susanpearse.com/ 

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Liza Barbour | Sustainable Food Systems + Healthy and Sustainable Diets

Liza Barbour | Sustainable Food Systems + Healthy and Sustainable Diets

February 22, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Liza Barbour is interested in the sustainability of food. Food systems and diets play a role in everyones lives, however they are currently vulnerable and unsustainable. We discuss her early days as a travelling dietitian, working in surplus food collection charity, teaching nutrition students where food comes from, and her aspirations for advocating sustainable diets to the dietetics workforce and wider community. Her order – Bushells white tea. Enjoy

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Liza on Twitter https://twitter.com/liza_r_barbour 

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Kate Charlesworth | Climate free healthcare

Kate Charlesworth | Climate free healthcare

February 9, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Dr Kate Charlesworth is interested in climate free healthcare. The largest problem we are facing at the moment is climate change, and current healthcare practice contributes a big carbon footprint. We discuss where we currently are in the fight against climate change, the steps we need to make in-order to improve our approach, and Kate's PhD research. Her order – An apple and ginger tea. Enjoy

Zoe Davidson | Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Zoe Davidson | Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

February 2, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Dr Zoe Davidson is interested in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a disease which effects young boys and in some cases young girls. It is recognised around age 4 and prevalent in 1/5500 births. We discuss the disease itself, Zoe's research into nutrition strategies to support those with Duchenne, the research funding process, as well as her new interest in other muscular disorders. Her order – An iced cold water to fight the Melbourne heat. Enjoy
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1: Nutrition strategies to support muscle protein synthesis

1: Nutrition strategies to support muscle protein synthesis

January 26, 2022

Join Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Accredited Sports Dietitian Nathan Cook as he explores an area of exercise science or sports nutrition.

Episode 1: Nathan discusses some key recommendations for protein dose, distribution, timing and type as well as some resistance training principles including frequency, time under tension, volume, training status and training age. Enjoy. 

Instagram @developmentdietetics 

Website - coming soon 

Capital Scraps | Brooke Clinton

Capital Scraps | Brooke Clinton

January 24, 2022

Welcome to the Cook ‘N‘ Goals show, today we talk to Dr Brooke Clinton, the founder of Capital Scraps, a curbside collection and composting service in Canberra, Australia. Brooke has completed her PhD in biodegradation and has a passion for helping the environment combat climate change. Capital scraps is a for profit social enterprise which collects household food waste from the community and composts it on public land for all to see. We discuss the process of starting her business to where she is now with 6 bins in Canberra, the pros and cons of composting, as well as the experience of teaching others the ins and outs of proper 30 day hot composting. Enjoy

- Capital Scraps https://www.compost.org.au/

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Claire Palermo | Nutrition education

Claire Palermo | Nutrition education

January 12, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Professor Claire Palermo is interested in supporting tertitary students education through research, particularly in the area of nutrition and dietetics. We discuss her career pathway so far, how students learn through experience, the development of the first purpose built nutrition and dietetics course in Australia, as well as her love for maths, physiology and biochemistry. Her order – white tea. Enjoy

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- Claire Palermo https://twitter.com/ClairePalermo 

Cherie Russell | Reductionist sugar policy

Cherie Russell | Reductionist sugar policy

January 5, 2022

High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. PhD candidate Cherie Rusell is interested in food policy, specifically reducing added sugar consumption and artificial sweetener use. We discuss her published studies so far and some of their findings, the history of artificial sweeteners, sugar sweetened beverages and food with some examples, and how policy can lead to action. Her order – The rule of three, spiced water, decaf coffee, a christmas gin and tonic. Enjoy

- Cherie https://twitter.com/cheriearussell 

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