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Culinary Medicine - A New Ingredient for Diabetes Care | Recording
Description

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This informative webinar introduces learners to the relatively new field of culinary medicine. Experts in the field review the evidence related to culinary medicine and impacts on chronic disease prevention, management, and treatment. Additionally, the evidence available related care of patients with diabetes is presented. 

Learning Objectives
  1. Identify key components of culinary medicine.
  2. Describe the literature supporting culinary medicine as an efficacious approach to disease prevention, management, and/or treatment.
  3. Describe existing evidence supporting culinary medicine with relation to diabetes.
  4. Explain why culinary medicine has great potential for fostering positive patient behavior change.  
Speakers and Moderator

Speakers:

Catherine Rogers McManus, PhD, RDN, LD 
Assistant Professor 
Vice Chair, Nutrition Education 
Certification in Culinary Coaching: Harvard U & Inst. Lifestyle Medicine 
School of Medicine, Nutrition 
Case Western Reserve University 

  

Diana Guevera, MPH RD, LD 

Community Health Education Specialist 

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston  

School of Public Health 

Moderator:

Ranee Chatterjee, MD, MPH, Duke University 

Sara Elizabeth Thomas, PhD, RDN, Abbott Laboratories

 

Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered:
No Credit Offered
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