This free live webinar was held on Tuesday 29 October 2019. Watch Dr Flávia Fayet-Moore and GP Dr Jill Gamberg as they explore a new way to improve vitamin D status and address this nutrient of concern for all Australians.
- Pros and cons of different strategies to improve vitamin D status
- How to determine which clients are at risk
- Lifestyle strategies to meet vitamin D needs
- New research on mushrooms and the connection to vitamin D
- At the end of the webinar, you’ll understand why when it comes to vitamin D, two sources are best.
Answering your questions
Dr Flávia Fayet-Moore
Accredited practicing dietitian, registered nutritionist and sports nutritionist with a special interest in assessment of nutritional status, dietary intake, eating behaviour and chronic disease prevention.
Dr Flavia Fayet-Moore is an accredited practicing dietitian, registered nutritionist and sports nutritionist with a special interest in assessment of nutritional status, dietary intake, eating behaviour and chronic disease prevention.
Flavia graduated form the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences Specialist and Biology Major). She obtained her Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney and went on to complete a PhD in nutrition.
Flavia’s experience includes working as a project manager and researcher at the University of Sydney, director of Nutrition Research Australia and author. She is an Honorary Associate of the University of Sydney, member of the Dietitian’s Association of Australia, the Sports Dietitians of Australia and the Nutrition Society of Australia.
Dr Jill Gambert
General Practitioner (GP), International Board-Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician and Master Health Coach.
Dr Jill Gamberg is a General Practitioner (GP), International Board-Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician and Master Health Coach.
Jill has Bachelor degrees in Biology and Exercise Science/Athletic Therapy and has worked as an Certified Canadian Athletic Therapist. Most recently she completed the International Board Certification in Lifestyle Medicine. She became one of the first Australian Lifestyle Medicine Physicians.
Dr Jill’s goal is to help prevent disease and maintain wellness with evidence-based practice, and to passionately improve health literacy.