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Response to SACN report

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00)

The recently published SACN report urges the UK population to reduce sugar consumption and increase dietary fibre to improve the health of the nation.

Adults and children over the age of 11 should not consume more than 30 gms added sugar each day, or 7 cubes of sugar. This includes the sugars found in fizzy drinks, sweets, cakes and biscuits, as well the sugar people may add to their hot drinks and cereals. This advice aims to stem the significant increase in obesity, type II diabetes and tooth decay.

The recommendation to increase dietary fibre and to ensure that half a person daily calorie intake comes from starchy carbohydrates can reduce the risk of colo rectal cancers,  heart disease and obesity.

The resources produced by NDR-UK will be adapted where necessary to reflect this new evidence, as they undergo the established and robust  review process. All NDR-UK resources reflect current evidence and guidelines which are in existence when they are developed.

   

Dietary Advice for Bone Health - Reviewed and Updated

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00)

 

Replacing our previous 'Osteoporosis' resource, 'Dietary Advice for Bone Health' is now a comprehensive 20 page resource addressing the many risks to bone health, with an emphasis on prevention of problems.

'Dietary Advice for Bone Health' is designed as a Patient Information Leaflet, suitable for issue with or without consultation.

For further details or to order please click here.

   

Healthy Living with Diabetes

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 July 2015 12:35)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!

This comprehensive 20 page guide summarising healthy eating with diabetes for adults has been reissued due to customer demand.

This practical resource is particularly useful in general practice and community care settings, and is ideal for use during an annual dietetic consultation.

Featuring the eatwell plate and breaking down healthy living with diabetes into nine simple steps, this resource complements the wider NDR-UK adult diabetes range.

For further details or to order please click here.

   

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Range Launched

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 21 July 2015 11:33)

 

Our new range of three ERAS resources is now available to order.

Developed in consultation with the Royal College of Surgeons' ERAS Group, these resources offer general advice for before and after surgery.

Ref: Title / Details Price per pack of 10 Further information
9377

Eating Well Before Surgery

Information to be used as part of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) programme. Simple guidance advising people on how to eat well before surgery. To be issued at pre-surgical assessment or at least 6 weeks prior to admission for surgery. Includes eatwell plate and advice relating to individual food groups.

8 pages. Suitable for issue by any health professional.

£8.00 Click for details
9378

Eating Well After Surgery

Information to be used as part of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) programme. Simple guidance advising people on how to eat well after surgery. To be issued on admission for surgery. Includes eatwell plate and advice relating to individual food groups.

8 pages. Suitable for issue by any health professional.

£8.00 Click for details
9379

Carbohydrate Loading Before Surgery

Information to be used as part of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) programme. Simple guidance advising people on carbohydrate loading to enhance recovery after surgery. To be issued on admission or the night before the planned surgery.

2 pages. Suitable for issue by any health professional.
£2.00 Click for details
   

Thank you

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00)

 

A big thank you to everyone who took part in our survey looking at the future for patient information.

We were overwhelmed with the number of our dietitian customers who took the time out of their busy schedules to give us their views.  We look forward to collating and analysing the information gathered and using it in our strategic planning.

Sincere thanks,

The NDR-UK Team

   

15% off Inside Eating Pack!

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Last Updated (Friday, 26 June 2015 09:45)

Order now to receive a 15% discount on every full set of 18 titles purchased before 30/09/15.

Our newly reviewed and updated titles for people with disordered eating (and those caring for them) is out now.

NDR-UK and Scottish Eating Disorders forum have worked together to streamline the range in line with current evidence, best practice, defined care aims and learning outcomes.

The ‘Inside Eating’ range comprises:

Ref

Title / Description

Suitable for use by

Price per pack of 10

View / Order

9051

Restricting – Facts and Help on How to Stop

Information for people with restricting eating patterns. 8 pages. A5.

Dietitians

£8.00

Link

9052

Bingeing – Facts and Help on How to Stop

Information to help people manage binge eating disorders. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£5.00

Link

9053

Over-eating – Facts and Help on How to Stop

Information for people with over-eating habits to help manage their condition. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£12.00

Link

9054

Self-Induced Vomiting – Facts and Help on How to Stop

Information to help people trying to manage self-induced vomiting. 12 pages. A5.

Dietitians

£12.00

Link

9055

Laxatives

Information explaining the effects of and how to overcome laxative use for people with disordered eating habits. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£8.00

Link

9058

Body Image Distortion

Information to help explain and manage body image distortion for people with disordered eating habits.  4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£7.00

Link

9059

Self-esteem

Information to help people build self-esteem when trying to manage disordered eating patterns. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£7.00

Link

9060

Re-establishing a Normal Healthy Eating Pattern

Information to help people re-establish a normal eating pattern when trying to manage disordered eating. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£6.00

Link

9061

Protein – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Guidance for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of protein as part of a healthy balanced diet. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£6.00

Link

9062

Carbohydrate – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Information explaining the importance of carbohydrate in creating a balanced diet for people with disordered eating patterns. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£8.00

Link

9063

Fat – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Information for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of fat in a balanced diet. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

 

£8.00

Link

9064

Vitamins & Minerals – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Information for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of vitamins in a healthy diet. 12 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£10.00

Link

9066

Fluid – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Information for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of fluid for health and well-being. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£6.00

Link

9067

Identifying Dietary Rules

Information to help people with disordered eating habit to identify and manage their dietary rules. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£5.00

Link

9068

Distortion of Hunger & Fullness Sensations

Information for people with disordered eating habits reasons for, and how to manage distorted sensations of hunger and fullness. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£8.00

Link

9069

Constipation

Information on causes and how to combat constipation for people with disordered eating habits. 4 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£6.00

Link

9070

Nutrition & Metabolism – The Nutrient Jigsaw Puzzle

Information for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of nutrition and metabolism for health. 8 pages. A5.

Dietitians

£8.00

Link

9071

Mealtime Management – Information for Carers

A guide to support carers of individuals with disordered eating habits to manage their condition. 8 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£8.00

Link

   

Reviewed Heart Health Resources

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:07)

 

 

Reviewed, updated and extended to include more information on a Mediterranean diet and new labelling information.

 

Ref Resource For use by Price per pack of 10
9315

Eat for the Beat

Comprehensive dietary advice to prevent further CVD in those already diagnosed.  20 pages. A5.

All health professionals £17.00
9319

Healthy Eating, Healthy Heart

Comprehensive booklet designed to prevent heart attack and stroke in those at risk.  24 pages. A5.

All health professionals £20.00

For full details or to order:

Eat for the Beat

Healthy Eating, Healthy Heart

   

New Gastroenterology Resources

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Last Updated (Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:27)

 

 

Now available, three new gastroenterology resources for use with patients with Diverticular Disease, Colostomy or following Ileostomy.

 

Ref Resource For use by Price per pack of 10

9041

Diet and Diverticular Disease – Treatment and management of diverticular disease through active stage and long term management. 12 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£12.00

9042

Diet and your Colostomy – Healthy eating and meal plans for patients with a colostomy. 12 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£12.00

9043

Dietary advice following your Ileostomy – Healthy eating and meal plans for patients with an ileostomy. 16 pages. A5.

All health professionals

£15.00

 

For full details or to order:

Diet and Diverticular Disease

Diet and your Colostomy

Dietary advice following your Ileostomy

   

Renal Pack Review Latest

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Last Updated (Friday, 13 March 2015 15:22)

NDR-UK and Specialist Renal Dietitians from Cardiff and Vale University Health Board have reviewed and updated the Helping You to Help Yourself renal pack. The revision consolidates 19 into 8 booklets.

If this is your area of expertise, we would welcome your comments and feedback by 07/04/15.  Please provide your views by email (info@ndr-uk.org), telephone (0141 202 0690) or written directly on the copy and sent to us (Suite 238-9 Baltic Chambers, 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow, G2 6HJ)by 07/04/15.

PDF links to the text our for review can be found below.

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Download this file (150306FluidManagement.pdf)150306FluidManagement.pdfFluid Management115 Kb13/03/15 11:41
Download this file (150306Haemodialysis.pdf)150306Haemodialysis.pdfHaemodialysis155 Kb13/03/15 11:42
Download this file (150306low potassium phosphate and salt.pdf)150306low potassium phosphate and salt.pdfLow Potassium Phosphate and Salt205 Kb13/03/15 11:42
Download this file (150306LoweringPhosphate.pdf)150306LoweringPhosphate.pdfLowering Phosphate132 Kb13/03/15 11:43
Download this file (150306LoweringPotassium.pdf)150306LoweringPotassium.pdfLowering Potassium127 Kb13/03/15 11:43
Download this file (150306LoweringSalt.pdf)150306LoweringSalt.pdfLowering Salt199 Kb13/03/15 11:44
Download this file (150306MealIdeasandEatingOut.pdf)150306MealIdeasandEatingOut.pdfMeal Ideas and Eating Out112 Kb13/03/15 11:44
Download this file (150306PeritonealDialysis.pdf)150306PeritonealDialysis.pdfPeritoneal Dialysis136 Kb13/03/15 11:44
Download this file (150306PoorAppetite.pdf)150306PoorAppetite.pdfPoor Appetite176 Kb13/03/15 11:45
   

DOM UK Weight Loss Pack

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Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 February 2015 15:52)

Dietitians and other health professionals alike will welcome the update to this popular weight management pack from DOM-UK – the British Dietetic Association’s specialist group for weight management.  It acts to support and guide people from considering losing weight to maintaining successful weight loss.  This practical range will compliment and/or help structure a weight management programme to accommodate diverse needs.

Having been through NDR-UK's review process involving critical appraisal of current evidence, best practice and defined care aims and learning outcomes, as well as peer review, the new pack includes four leaflets with two inserts as follows:

  • 9400 Common questions about losing weight - view sample
  • 9401 Getting started with weight loss (includes My Action Plan insert) - view sample
  • 9402 Changing for Good (includes Food and Activity Diary insert) - view sample
  • 9403 My Calorie Portion Control Plan (suitable for use by dietitians only) - view sample

Leaflets are available to order in packs of 10 and can be used either individually or together as a structured weight loss programme.