Ida Heir Hovland

  • Clinical Dietician; PhD candidate

Ida Heir Hovland started her PhD at NMBU in august 2023. Her research will investigate the role of the gut microbiota in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and is part of the NORMA study (NMBU/RASP). Ida has 10 years of clinical experience with eating disorders and has been working as a dietitian at RASP for many years. She has mainly been working with inpatient treatment, but she has also been part of the TBT-S team and other outpatient treatment. Ida is especially interested in the associations between diet, gastrointestinal problems and gut microbiota in patients with AN. The aim of the NORMA-study is to get a better understanding of the pathogenesis of AN and potentially lead to improved treatment alternatives for the patients. 

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Publications 2023

Hovland IH, Flaaten V, Stedal K (2023)
Temperamentbasert terapi med støtte (TBT-S): en nevrobiologisk-fokusert tilnærming til ernæringsbehandling av spiseforstyrrelser
Norsk tidsskrift for ernæring, 21 (3), 12-17
DOI 10.18261/ntfe.21.3.3, PublikaID 478

Publications 2019

Hovland IH, Leikanger IS, Stokkeland O, Waage KH, Mjøs SA, Brokstad KA, McCann A, Ueland PM, Slizyte R, Carvajal A, Mellgren G, Remman T, Høgøy I, Gudbrandsen OA (2019)
Effects of low doses of fish and milk proteins on glucose regulation and markers of insulin sensitivity in overweight adults: a randomised, double blind study
Eur J Nutr, 59 (3), 1013-1029
DOI 10.1007/s00394-019-01963-0, PubMed 30972484

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