This free webinar explores how parental eating habits influence children's lifelong eating habits, and helps you to guide your clients to eat better foods and take effective steps to raising a healthy family while lowering generational cancer risks.
View current continuing education (CE) offerings from the California Walnut Commission.
Pre-Scientific Sessions & Annual Meetings Event. A Symposium Presented in Partnership with the American Society for Nutrition and the California Walnut Commission.
Taking Back Time: Delaying the Aging Process Through Lifestyle Choices
(1 Hour Free CE credit via webinar until July 10, 2014)
Understanding the latest guidelines and the benefits of eating the Mediterranean way. In partnership with SCAN, this on-demand webinar will be presented by Dr. James Beckerman and Dr. Wendy Bazilian.
This satellite session focused on the concept of food synergy and the fact that people eat food not nutrients. Research has demonstrated that the concerted action of nutrients and other bioactive substances in fruit, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and tree nuts, such as walnuts, is beneficial for health.
Updated to include recent research, this module outlines the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids in general and walnuts in particular, and discusses strategies for relaying information on the health benefits of walnuts and omega-3s to the public. This course is credentialed for: Dietetics/Nutrition (3.00 CPEU).
In partnership with AADE, this on demand webinar is presented by Dr. David Katz from the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. 1.5 hours of continuing education credit are provided.
More than One Route to a Plant-Based Diet (1 hour FREE CE credit). In this webinar, we will explore several different patterns: the research behind them and ways that they can be used or adapted to make it easier for people to find a diet to lower cancer risk that works for them as a long-term healthy lifestyle.