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Predictive Biomarkers in Clinical Practice
With Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, CCN

Free Webinar on February 23, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

Dr. Jaffe will discuss the top predictive biomarkers for lifetime health and how to optimize health by understanding the important impact of lifestyle choices that modulate genetic expression. 

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of 1 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.


Nutritional Genomics: An Overview
With Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD, FACN, CNS

Free Webinar on March 16, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

Learn foundational concepts in nutrigenomics and nutrigenetics and the evolution of the emerging field of epigenomics. Dr. Bland will also discuss a systems biology approach to nutrition assessment, as well as the application of this approach to cardiometabolic syndrome. 

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.


It's More Than What You Eat...How You Digest is Key!
With Nancy Lonsdorf, MD

Free Webinar on April 13, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

Merging time-honored lessons from Ayurveda with the latest research, Dr. Lonsdorf will help you understand how to optimize your personal eating and digestive power. After guiding you through a simple quiz to determine your digestive type, she will offer recommendations to help you improve your digestive and detox ability, balance your weight and optimize your metabolism. Sponsored by: 


 


Genomics: Personalizing Clinical Application
With Elizabeth Lipski, PhD, CCN, CHN, CNS

Free Webinar on May 18, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

We are each born with a unique genetic code which will ultimately determine the expression of our inherited traits. We can’t change our genes… or can we? Dr. Liz Lipski will explore current science and practical insights into lifestyle and diet modifications that can impact your genetic expression. 

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.


 


The Ketogenic Diet: An Overview
With Angela Poff, PhD

Free Webinar on June 15, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

The ketogenic diet, originally developed as a therapy for epilepsy, has been gaining acclaim in the medical and public spheres for its potential impacts on weight and blood sugar. Dr. Angela Poff, ​expert​ on ketosis and the ketogenic diet​, will examine ​its ​history, benefits and side effects​.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.

 


The Ketogenic Diet: A Targeted Metabolic Approach to Cancer Treatment
With Miriam Kalamian, EdM, MS, CNS

Free Webinar on July 20, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

Are there dietary strategies that can serve as adjunctive therapies in cancer treatment? Join Miriam Kalamian to explore the ketogenic diet and its impact on cancer pathogenesis.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.


Ketones: From Toxic to Therapeutic to Ergogenic
With Jeff S. Volek, PhD, RD

Free Webinar on September 14, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

Dr. Volek, an expert in low-carbohydrate research, discusses carbohydrate and fat metabolism. He also explores the concept of keto-adaptation and its relevance to health, exercise performance and resiliency.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists.
 


 

The Surprising Links Between Nutrition and the Brain: Diabetes, Dementia and Alzheimer's
With Marc Milstein, PhD

Free Webinar on October 19, 2017 at 7pm Central Time

The term “Type 3 Diabetes” was first used to describe Alzheimer's disease in 2005. Since then, the link between diet and brain function has been a significant area of interest in medicine. Join researcher and educator Dr. Marc Milstein to explore the link between diet, diabetes and Alzheimer's disease.

The Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists℠ designates this activity for a maximum of .75 Continuing Education credits for Certified Nutrition Specialists


 


Live Clinical Symposium

November 11, 2017
Alexandria, Virginia

More information coming soon!


 

   

 


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