Associate Professor of Human Nutrition (Dietetics), Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
energy balance regulation and its application to the two clinical extremes of obesity and illness related undernutrition. She is interested in refining methods of nutritional support ranging from the use of simple food supplementation, via improving the acceptability of energy and nutrient dense sip feeds to establishing the impact of home enteral tube feeding on the quality of life of patients and their carers. Other areas of interest include interactions between nutrition and cognitive function. Dr Taylor has worked with computer based cognitive function tests to measure the impact of a low fat and Mediterranean style diet on mood and cognitive function and the importance of 'expectation' in the interaction between glucose consumption and cognitive function.
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