Lecture Overview

Would you notice any red-flags from a patient or client's diet? And, how would you initiate a conversation about it? This session with Katie King touches on nutrition in vegan and vegetarian diets, zinc, iron and b12 deficiencies, how much water we should be drinking and much more.


Katie King

Katie King is a practising nutritionist with a bachelor of health science majoring in nutritional medicine. Katie devises personalised diets for her clients, depending on their present condition. She has worked with a wide variety of presenting conditions, including autoimmune and generalised IBS, always aiming to optimize the gut microbiome to provide solutions for these clients.




29 Total Rating(s)

Good lecture. Be helpful to see the slides as she mentioned some things we couldn't see. eg recommended some brands for supplements - they were written on a slide but we couldn't see the names.

Kate Cooper
12 Nov 2018

Very interesting

Arleta Roszkowski
28 May 2018

Very informative and well presented lecture. Thoroughly recommend it.

Thomas Mann
28 May 2018


Carey-Ann Sym
22 May 2018

Sound not great, but good lecture.

Carey-Ann Sym
22 May 2018

Very knowledgeable.

Ravneet Kaur
16 May 2018

Good common sense advice

Tanya Robbins
14 May 2018

Good lecture, quality of audio was annoying at first

Joseph Wrafter
11 May 2018

Excellent, very informative and useful.

Alkira Sanderson
09 May 2018


Dorothy Bardoutsos
02 May 2018


Jenna He
01 May 2018

Pretty informative

Blue Stockmann
29 Apr 2018

Inspiring and informative .

Marian Soares
27 Apr 2018

The educator was engaging and surely I would recommend this education to other health professionals.

Divina Evangelista
27 Apr 2018

Some great basic nutrition information, however, working as a nurse in nutrition myself, I have seen first hand that vegetarians and vegans can get the required protein, iron, and b12 if eating a rich whole foods diet. Supplementation is not always the only option. Loved the 'how to approach' information for patients unwilling to change and the extra information on mental health and nutrition!

Kelly Bidlake
24 Apr 2018

brilliant! helped with my basic knowledge, which helped with the gaps in my knowledge base.. this has inspired me to find other issues and other engaging articles which will help support my knowledge

Jayne andrea Postill
19 Apr 2018

fantastic information given .. however there was a "buzzing which was quite off putting...and i had head phones on, generally a very good information lecture

Jayne andrea Postill
19 Apr 2018

Great and informative

Janelle McIntosh
18 Apr 2018

Simple overall explanation of what foods are needed to improve clients nutritional status and importance of making gradual, achievable changes to food habits.

Pietryna Duch
18 Apr 2018

Enhanced my knowledge on nutrition and it's importance to. Patients in their recovery

Jacqueline Anne Hughes
17 Apr 2018

A good lecture.

Sarah Moore
13 Apr 2018

Great take home messages.

Maree Findlay
12 Apr 2018


Agnes Asbury
06 Apr 2018

Excellent information

Sunita shrestha
05 Apr 2018

Very helpful and informative and easy to understand

Andreas Waltmann
04 Apr 2018


Soumyamol Binesh
04 Apr 2018

This was very helpful.

Maheshwar Thaker
03 Apr 2018

I found the nutritionist easy to follow and very informative. It will be a great help to me in my job

Glenda Saliba
31 Mar 2018

Reduced quality of sound in recording. Otherwise content was informative and useful.

Christine E Fletcher
27 Mar 2018

An interesting topic and it is very relevant to working with the elderly.We have to modify many diets to suit very different residents to ensure optimal dietary and fluid intake is maintained.

Ingrid van krevel
20 Mar 2018

An interesting topic personally and professionally.

Michele Selby
18 Mar 2018

The content of this resource was very beneficial and easy to understand covering many vital areas.

Kerry Lowing
16 Mar 2018

Very easy to understand, very relevant when caring for the elderly and others.

Kerry Lowing
16 Mar 2018

Some great strategies for nurses to educate patients on healthy eating.

Breeanna Harris
16 Mar 2018

It is vital not to ignore vitamin deficiency for it does play a superb role on vitality of our health. Respect to an individual point if view like their self esteem should be considered during the assessment process.

Susana Ave
14 Mar 2018

The lecture was useful for its structured review of nutritional deficiencies with numerical outlines

Alison Lodge
14 Mar 2018

Covers many aspects of nutrition focusing on the role protein has to nutritional health

Jenny Goldsmith
13 Mar 2018