Latest research published by our dietitians

Latest research published by our dietitians - General & Travel Nutrition - Nutted Out Nutrition

Exciting news! Here is the latest research published by our dietitians!

So not only do we see patients and provide you with advice, but the dietitians here at Nutted Out Nutrition are also committed to advancing the knowledge of nutrition, food and health by conducting research through our roles with two of Australia’s leading universities. So here s the latest research published by our dietitians!

In addition to seeing patients, Melissa and Christie conduct research with Monash University through their work and PhD’s with the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food (also known as Monash Nutrition), while Konsita conducts research through her PhD with the nutrition department at Deakin University.

From now on we will bring you regular updates on the research we carry out. We have had a busy couple of years with a number of research papers published in peer reviewed journals. We have provided the abstracts for you to read so you can get an overview of the research, and if you would like to read more, a number of the papers are open access (what we mean by that is they are free to read).

Christie Bennett

Our dietitian, Christie, has had 3 studies published recently on the areas of sleep, nutrition and pregnancy. Check out her latest research published in peer reviewed journals:

Interventions designed to reduce excessive gestational weight gain can reduce the incidence of gestational diabetes mellitus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.

Investigating the relationship between sleep and macronutrient intake in women of childbearing age.

Maternal gestational weight gain during pregnancy: prioritising the conversation.

Melissa Adamski

Melissa has two main research interests currently: the science of nutritional genomics (how genetics, nutrition and health) and practical aspects of translating this into nutrition practice; and communicating nutrition information and advice.

Genetic Variations as Modifying Factors to Dietary Zinc Requirements-A Systematic Review

Translation of Nutritional Genomics into Nutrition Practice: The Next Step

Opportunities for training for nutritional professionals in nutritional genomics: What is out there?

Are doctors nutritionists? What is the role of doctors in providing nutrition advice?

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Konsita Kuswara

Her passion is in supporting immigrant women in Australia to provide their child with a healthy environment right from birth,  and hopes design culturally appropriate support services to help Chinese mums in Australia provide their children with the best environment for growth, development and a healthy long life.

The infant feeding practices of Chinese immigrant mothers in Australia: A qualitative exploration

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