May 2017 : Issue 124

Page 11 – Parenteral nutrition: a dietitian’s role

1 Silk DBA (1994). Organising Nutrition Support in Hospitals. BAPEN. ISBN 1899467009

2 NICE 2006. Nutrition support for adults etc

3 BAPEN guidance on Monitoring. www.bapen.org.uk/nutrition-support/parenteral-nutrition updated 4th August 2016

4 Standard 3. ‘Work within the limits of your knowledge and Skills’. Standards of conduct performance and ethics HCPC 2016.

5 Model and Process for Nutrition and Dietetic Practise. BDA. 2016

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9 Marik et al, 2001. Effect of trickle feeds on mortality in critical care with TPN.

10 Todorovic V, Micklewright A (eds) 2011. A Pocket Guide to Clinical Nutrition.

11 NICE 2006. Nutrition support for adults: oral nutrition support, enteral tube feeding and parenteral nutrition.

12 NCEPOD report: Parenteral Nutrition: A Mixed Bag (2010). www.ncepod.org.uk/2010pn.html

Page 16 – Student training in enteral feeding

1 British Dietetic Association (2013). A Curriculum Framework for the pre-registration education and training of dietitians. Accessed 19/02/2017; www.bda.uk.com/training/practice/preregcurriculum

2 Pappas C (2013).The Adult Learning Theory - Andragogy - of Malcolm Knowles. Accessed 08/03/2017; https://elearningindustry.com/the-adult-learning-theory-andragogy-of-malcolm-knowles

3 Culatta R (2015). Andragogy (Malcolm Knowles). Accessed 08/03/2017; www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/andragogy.html.

4 Mobbs R. Honey and Mumford. Accessed 08/03/2017; www2.le.ac.uk/departments/gradschool/training/eresources/teaching/theories/honey-mumford

Page 20 – A stages-of-change perspective to diet, non-diet and health-gain approaches for weight concerns.

1 Mann T, Tomiyama AJ, Westling E, Lew AM, Samuels B and Chatman J (2007). Medicare’s Search for Effective Obesity Treatments: Diets Are Not the Answer, American Psychologist, 62 (3), 220-33

2 Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (2010). Management of obesity. A national clinical guideline. Page 18

3 Rothblum E and Solvay S (Eds) (2009). The Fat Studies Reader. New York; New York University Press.

4 Aphramor L. Mindfulness in healthy weight and diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Nursing, 19: 401-7; How Compassion Supports Innovation and Effectiveness in Addressing Weight Concerns: A Critical Review of Compassion Theory and Weight Science. Aphramor L. The Journal of Psychological Therapies in Primary Care, Vol. 5, July 2016: pp 26-46

5 N Krieger and S Sidney (1996). Racial discrimination and blood pressure: the CARDIA Study of young black and white adults. Am J Public Health. 86(10): 1370-1378.

6 Managing overweight and obesity in adults - lifestyle weight management services. May 2014. NICE guidelines [PH53]

7 BEDA. http://bedaonline.com/understanding-binge-eating-disorder/ Accessed 10.3.2017

8 Bacon L and Aphramor L (2011). Weight science: evaluating the evidence for a paradigm shift. Nutrition Journal, 10:9 doi: 10.1186/1475-2891-10-9. www.nutritionj.com/content/10/1/9#B36

9 Tracy L Tylka, Rachel A Annunziato, Deb Burgard, Sigrún Daníelsdóttir, Ellen Shuman, Chad Davis and Rachel M Calogero (2014). The Weight-Inclusive versus Weight-Normative Approach to Health: Evaluating the Evidence for Prioritising Well-Being over Weight Loss. Journal of Obesity Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 983495, 18 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/983495

10 Well Now Facilitator Resources. Lucy Aphramor (2016). www.lucyaphramor.com. Accessed 1.3.2017 (password protected site) ASDAH curriculum for teaching HAES. https://haescurriculum.com. Accessed 10.3.2017

11 Gingras J and Cooper C (2013). ‘Down the Rabbit Hole: A Critique of the ® in HAES®’, Journal of Critical Dietetics, 1(3), 2-5; Brady J and Gingras J (2016). Celebrating Unruly Experiences: Queering HAES as a Response to The Politics of Postponement. In W Mitchinson, D Macphail and J Ellison (Eds). Obesity in Canada: Historical and critical perspectives. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press

Page 33 - Phytates and cereals

1 Schlemmer U, Frølich W, Prieto RM, Grases F. Phytate in foods and significance for humans: food sources, intake, processing, bioavailability, protective role and analysis. Mol Nutr Food Res. 2009 Sep [cited 2012 Feb 27]; 53 (Suppl2): S330-75. Abstract available from: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19774556

2 Abdoulaye Coulibaly, Brou Kouakou and Jie Chen (2011). Phytic acid in cereal grains: structure, healthy or harmful ways to reduce phytic acid in cereal grains and their effects on nutritional quality. American Journal of Plant Nutrition and Fertilization Technology, 1: 1-22. URL: http://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ajpnft.2011.1.22

3 Penn Nutrition: Vegetarianism. http://www.pennutrition.com/KnowledgePathway.aspx?kpid=2709&trid=19294&trcatid=38

4 Hithamani G and Srinivasan K (2017). Bioaccessibility of polyphenols from selected cereal grains and legumes as influenced by food acidulants. J Sci Food Agric, 97: 621-628. doi:10.1002/jsfa.7776

5 Hejazi SN1, Orsat VJ (2016). Malting process optimisation for protein digestibility enhancement in finger millet grain. Food Sci Technol 2016, Apr; 53(4): 1929-38. doi: 10.1007/s13197-016-2188-x. Epub 2016 Apr 18

6 Bartnik M, Szafranska I. Changes in phytate content and phytase activity during the germination of some cereals. J Cereal Sci. 1987 [cited 2012 Mar 26]: 5:23-8. Abstract available from: www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S073352108780005X

7 Valencia S, Svanberg U, Sandberg AS, Ruales J. Processing of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa, Willd): effects on in vitro iron availability and phytate hydrolysis. Int J Food Sci Nutr. 1999 May [cited 2012 Mar 26]; 50 (3):203-11. Abstract available from: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10627836

8 Nielsen MM, Damstrup ML, Dahl Thomsen A, Rasmussen SK, Kjærsgård Rasmussen S, Hansen A. Phytase activity and degradation of phytic acid during rye bread making. Eur Food Res Technol. 2007 [cited 2012 Mar 26]: 225: 173-81. Abstract available from: www.springerlink.com/content/ak65661n70k73410/

9 Brnić M, Hurrell RF, Songré-Ouattara LT, Diawara B, Kalmogho-Zan A, Tapsoba C, Zeder C, Wegmüller R. Effect of phytase on zinc absorption from a millet-based porridge fed to young Burkinabe children. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2017 Jan;71(1):137-141. doi: 10.1038/ejcn.2016.199. Epub 2016 Oct 19

10 Poblaciones MJ, Rengel Z. Soil and foliar zinc biofortification in field pea (Pisum sativum L): Grain accumulation and bioavailability in raw and cooked grains. Food Chem. 2016 Dec 1; 212: 427-33. Doi: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2016.05.189. Epub 2016 Jun 3

11 Christides T, Amagloh FK, Coad J. Iron bioavailability and Provitamin A from sweet potato and cereal-based complementary foods. Foods. 2015 Sep 18; 4(3): 463-476. doi: 10.3390/foods4030463

Page 37 – Ketogenic diet - the effects on adult epilepsy

1 Fisher RS, van Emde Boas W, Blume W, Elger C, Genton P, Lee P and Engel J Jr (2005). Epileptic seizures and epilepsy: definitions proposed by the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) and the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE). Epilepsia, 46, 470-2

2 Lindsay K, Bone I (1997). Neurology and Neurosurgery Illustrated. 3rd Ed. UK: Churchill Livingstone

3 World Health Organisation (WHO) (2016). Epilepsy [online] available at: www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs999/en/. [accessed 5 May 2016]

4 UCB Pharma (2008). Epilepsy and quality of life: fact sheet. available at: www.ucb.com/up/ucb_com_news/documents/epilepsy_and_quality_of_life.pdf [accessed 17 May 2016]

5 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) (2012). Epilepsies: diagnosis and management.

6 Wheless JW (2004). History and origin of the ketogenic diet. Epilepsy and the ketogenic diet. Springer

7 Schwartz RH, Eaton J, Bower BD and Aynsley-Green A (1989). Ketogenic diets in the treatment of epilepsy: short-term clinical effects. Dev Med Child Neurol, 31, 145-51

8 Barborka CJ (1928). Ketogenic diet treatment of epilepsy in adults. Journal of the American Medical Association, 91, 73-78

9 Wheless JW (2008). History of the ketogenic diet. Epilepsia, 49 suppl 8, 3-5

10 Kossoff EH and Dorward JL (2008). The Modified Atkins Diet. Epilepsia, 49 suppl 8, 37-41

11 Klein P, Tyrlikova I and Mathews GC (2014). Dietary treatment in adults with refractory epilepsy: a review. Neurology, 83, 1978-85

12 Payne NE, Cross JH, Sander JW and Sisodiya SM (2011). The ketogenic and related diets in adolescents and adults - a review. Epilepsia, 52, 1941-8

13 Henderson CB, Filloux FM, Alder SC, Lyon JL and Caplin DA (2006). Efficacy of the ketogenic diet as a treatment option for epilepsy: meta-analysis. J Child Neurol, 21, 193-8

14 Keene DL (2006). A systematic review of the use of the ketogenic diet in childhood epilepsy. Pediatr Neurol, 35, 1-5

15 Lefevre F and Aronson N (2000). Ketogenic diet for the treatment of refractory epilepsy in children: a systematic review of efficacy. Pediatrics, 105, e46

16 Pfeifer HH and Thiele EA (2005). Low-glycaemic-index treatment: a liberalised ketogenic diet for treatment of intractable epilepsy. Neurology, 65, 1810-2

17 Sharma S, Sankhyan N, Gulati S and Agarwala A (2013). Use of the Modified Atkins Diet for treatment of refractory childhood epilepsy: a randomised controlled trial. Epilepsia, 54, 481-6

18 Vining EP, Freeman JM, Ballaban-Gil K, Camfield CS, Camfield PR, Holmes GL, Shinnar S, Shuman R, Trevathan E and Wheless JW (1998). A multicentre study of the efficacy of the ketogenic diet. Arch Neurol, 55, 1433-7

19 Sirven J, Whedon B, Caplan D, Liporace J, Glosser D, O'Dwyer J and Sperling MR (1999). The ketogenic diet for intractable epilepsy in adults: preliminary results. Epilepsia, 40, 1721-6

20 Mosek A, Natour H, Neufeld MY, Shiff Y and Vaisman N (2009). Ketogenic diet treatment in adults with refractory epilepsy: a prospective pilot study. Seizure, 18, 30-3

21 Klein P, Janousek J, Barber A and Weissberger R (2010). Ketogenic diet treatment in adults with refractory epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav, 19, 575-9

22 Lambrechts DA, Wielders LH, Aldenkamp AP, Kessels FG, de Kinderen RJ and Majoie MJ (2012).The ketogenic diet as a treatment option in adults with chronic refractory epilepsy: efficacy and tolerability in clinical practice. Epilepsy Behav, 23, 310-4

23 Kverneland M, Selmer KK, Nakken Ko, Iversen PO, Tauboll E (2015). A prospective study of the Modified Atkins Diet for adults with idiopathic generalised epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav. 53: 197-201

24 Winesett SP, Bessone SK and Kossoff EH (2015). The ketogenic diet in pharmacoresistant childhood epilepsy. Expert Rev Neurother, 15, 621-8

25 Schoeler NE and Cross JH (2016). Ketogenic dietary therapies in adults with epilepsy: a practical guide. Pract Neurol, 16, 208-14

26 van der Louw EJ, Williams TJ, Henry-Barron BJ, Olieman JF, Duvekot JJ, Vermeulen MJ, Bannink N, Williams M, Neuteboom RF, Kossoff EH, Catsman-Berrevoets CE, Cervenka MC (2017). Ketogenic diet therapy for epilepsy during pregnancy: a case series. Seizure, 45: 198-201

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Page 40 – Mindfulness and nutrition

1 Jon Kabat-Zinn (2014). Wherever you go there you are - Mindfulness meditations for everyday life.

www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/pages/mindfulness.aspx

3 Breath Works Mindfulness for Stress, A Four Session Course. www.breathworks-mindfulness.org.uk/

4 Susan Albers (2009) Eat, drink and be mindful