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The Non-Diet Approach Guidebook for Dietitians: A How-To Guide for Applying the Non-Diet Approach to Individual Dietetic Counselling By Fiona Willer
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It is hoped that this guidebook will be useful both as a text and as a workbook for dietitians working in private practice and outpatient settings, and also perhaps by other health professionals... More > involved in counselling individuals with weight concern. This guidebook has the following features: - A clear explanation of the non-diet paradigm with supporting evidence - A framework for dietetic practice using the non-diet approach - Each section for the five core components of the non-diet approach includes a description of the core component, discussion points to inform your counselling, and worksheets which can be used in sessions to support client education or given as ‘homework’ - How to integrate the non-diet approach into the Nutrition Care Process - Assessment tools - Forms to use for the client record - Recommendations for further reading and an extensive reference list Please see www.healthnotdiets.com for more details.< Less
The Essential Guide to Never Dieting Again By Natalie Thompson
eBook (ePub): $6.52
Do you feel guilty when you eat food? Are you ashamed of your body? Do you think dieting is what you need to do to improve your health and self esteem? This e-book will help you to break the dieting... More > cycle and reconnect you with your food and body. Start living your life now, not when you lose weight! The e-book features many questions and an activity to help you bring awareness to your eating and lifestyle behaviours around food. You will likely start reading the e-book with the dieting mentality, and finish with accepting that dieting does not work and health can be achieved at any body shape or size. You will understand the problem of dieting and today’s society, the non-dieting approach, my nutrition philosophy, and the solution of how to reconnect with your internal body cues. Reclaim your health and happiness. Free yourself of guilt and shame you feel around food and your body. Start trusting yourself, enjoy your food and end the vicious dieting cycle.< Less
Elephant's Dilemma of Difference By Natalie Thompson
eBook (ePub): $2.39
"Elephant loved going to school to learn and play with his friends. One day Elephant was feeling sad and not very good about himself. Was it something his friends' said? Was it because he was... More > big? Was it because he was eating unusual food? Join the journey as Elephant learns about his body, individuality and how his body can do amazing things, like help to keep him healthy." A children's book written and illustrated by Accredited Practising Dietitian and Mother, Natalie Thompson. The book focuses on celebrating every body, and highlights the amazing things bodies can do to support health. This book is a great teaching tool for young children on self esteem, body image, individuality, body positivity, nutrition and intuitive eating. Grown-ups will enjoy reading this book too, and using the bonus 8 questions to spark some healthy discussions. This ebook makes a great gift for any occasion.< Less
Elephant's Dilemma of Difference By Natalie Thompson
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"Elephant loved going to school to learn and play with his friends. One day Elephant was feeling sad and not very good about himself. Was it something his friends' said? Was it because he was... More > big? Was it because he was eating unusual food? Join the journey as Elephant learns about his body, individuality and how his body can do amazing things, like help to keep him healthy." A children's book written and illustrated by Accredited Practising Dietitian and Mother, Natalie Thompson. The book focuses on celebrating every body, and highlights the amazing things bodies can do to support health. This book is a great teaching tool for young children on self esteem, body image, individuality, body positivity, nutrition and intuitive eating. Grown-ups will enjoy reading this book too, and using the bonus 8 questions to spark some healthy discussions. This book makes a great gift for any occasion.< Less
How to Build a Positive Food Relationship By Natalie Thompson
eBook (ePub): $1.45
A positive relationship with food is the 'how' of nutrition which can be simply defined as ‘eat to live, not live to eat’. Why is the 'how' of nutrition so important? Because your... More > relationship with food affects your perception of body image. Having a poor body image leads to poor medical health, physical health, psychological health and social wellbeing...and for people who diet, weight issues. Do you feel shame and guilt around food or with eating? These are signs your food relationship needs work, for the sake of your self esteem and body image. This ebook, written by an Accredited Practising Dietitian, will provide you will 11 tips to get you started on your journey to an improved relationship with food and your body. There are 10 bonus questions which you can ask yourself, which will help you to keep the "delectable in dietetics" along the way.< Less
Food Sources of Nutrients By A/Professor Antigone Kouris
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A 22 page Ready Reckoner with over 2000 foods enabling busy health professionals and the general public to quickly look up the best food sources of nutrients from both fresh and packaged foods. Foods... More > listed for each nutrient are from highest (best source) to lowest (poorer source) and the amount of nutrient per typical serving of food is also included. The main physiological functions of each nutrient are also summarised. Lists are easy to use for quick use by practitioners, students or the general public. Re-published with permission from the textbook "A guide to evidence based integrative and complementary medicine" ed Kotsirilos et al, Elsevier 2011. A/Prof Kouris is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with 25 years experience and is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Dept Dietetics at La Trobe University in Melbourne; she has a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, Monash University, Degrees/Diplomas in Biochemistry, Dietetics and Botanic Medicine and has contributed to 5 university text books.< Less
Medications: Good and Bad Interactions By A/Professor Antigone Kouris
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A 65 page Ready Reckoner with over 400 commonly prescribed drugs, their side effects and interactions (good and bad) with foods, herbs and nutrients. Compiled by Accredited Practising Dietitian,... More > A/Prof. Antigone Kouris PhD, from authoritative fully referenced sources. Interactions summarised and coded for quick use by health professionals, students or the general public. Re-published with permission from the textbook "A guide to evidence based integrative and complementary medicine" ed Kotsirilos et al, Elsevier 2011. Dr Kouris has a PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, Monash University, Degrees/ Diplomas in Biochemistry, Dietetics and Botanic Medicine; she was a Lecturer and Research Fellow at Monash; has contributed to 5 university text books (Food and Nutrition 3 editions, ed Wahlqvist; Evidence based Integrative and Complementary Medicine ed Kotsirilos et al; Nutrition and Metabolism ed Gibney), has over 40 published research papers and was the Managing Editor of Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition.< Less