Webinar Archives & Recordings
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There is no time like the present to lay down plans for food and financial stability. When your client’s budget is tight and with food prices are rising, they could use some innovative ways to buy, prepare, and eat healthy without breaking the bank. During this webinar recording, you’ll begin to understand why a food budget can be insurance against being hungry at the end of the month, gain some budget-friendly recipes for every household to enjoy, build your clients’ confidence to prepare nutritious food when time and money are limited, and gather invaluable resources for yourself and your clients.
Food-as-medicine prescription has been around for decades. But, it’s finally making inroads as medical institutions, food pantries, and other organizations make food a formal part of healthcare. Innovative partnerships take the determinants of health into account as they look to develop better diabetes prevention strategies, increase the distribution of healthy foods for everyone, and address food insecurity in healthcare settings. In this webinar recording, explore the importance of intentional partnerships as they build communities that disrupt cycle of hunger.
2/28/2019: Eat Smart for Your Heart
Eating heart healthy is a common nutrition trend that is key for disease prevention. In this webinar recording, join Amanda Dolan, MS, RDN, LDN, on ways to teach your clients or SNAP-Ed participants tips and tricks to eating heart healthy on a budget.
12/18/2018: Have a Sweet Holiday w/o Added Sugar
It is not uncommon for individuals to be tempted to eat more sweets during the holiday season. In this webinar recording, speaker Kathy Parry will share some inspiration, tips, and tactics for helping your clients or SNAP-Ed participants overcome the sugar temptations and set realistic health goals for the New Year.
11/6/2018: What Do You Say When A Participant Asks…
How can you best communicate nutrition education when there is conflicting information on the internet? As a nutrition or health professional, it is common to get questions about nutrition trends or facts that may not be evidence-based. This webinar recording will provide attendees information on how to best share nutrition information with your clients or SNAP-Ed participants to help establish healthy eating habits.
The SNAP-Ed audience is diverse and as nutrition educators and health professionals, we must be able to effectively communicate to promote healthy behavior change. For some, there needs to be a willingness to step out of our comfort zone to understand the day-to-day realities of food insecurity. This webinar recording educates on how to challenge yourself to put yourself in other people’s shoes to best reach your audience with healthy practices.
5/22/2018: Three Simple Words: Eat Real Food!
Numerous highly processed and marketed ‘diet foods’ abound to help us with the ‘quick fix’. We have been told to choose foods that control sugar, fat, and calories, but does eating this way really help our overall health? As nutrition and health professionals, it is important to show the benefits of real, unaltered food in its natural form. In this webinar recording, we talk about how ‘eat real food’ is a practical message for those seeking help with their eating practices.
About 42 million Americans cannot afford to buy fruits and vegetables. Yet, most public health educators and healthcare professionals promote the impractical consumption of produce for disease prevention and management. Speaker Clancy Cash Harrison, MS, RDN, FAND, discussed why promoting vegetables to prevent diabetes is not effective for a patient who does not know where their next meal is coming from. In this webinar recording, we will discuss why access to a steady food supply is an important part to health.
School based nutrition education is an important component of a child’s development. Speaker Heather Tressler, MEd, RD, LDN, MCHES presents this webinar recording in an interview format where live attendees had the opportunity to ask Heather about her career as a school-based dietitian and her successful techniques working with children and adults.
This webinar presentation by Amanda Jones, MD and Debra Heverling, MS, RD, LDN, provides an overview on current research and evidence-based guidelines on pediatric obesity. Topics such as food, diet, beverages, physical activity, and motivational interviewing is discussed in this webinar recording.
2/27/2018: Hot Topics in Nutrition Webinar Recording
Nutrition is an ever-changing field that creates the most conflicting information on the internet. In this webinar recording, you’ll hear the bottom-line on hot nutrition topics such as: Should we buy organic foods? Is high fructose corn syrup worse than sugar? Is coconut oil good for you?
1/30/2018: Grocery Store Survival Webinar Recording
Grocery shopping has become increasingly difficult for consumers who are looking to make healthy choices for themselves and their families. This webinar recording provides tools and strategies on how to shop smarter, eat healthy on a budget, and reduce food waste.
10/31/2017: Nutrition Literacy Doesn’t Have to Be Scary!
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Effectively talking to patients, clients, and other healthcare professionals about nutrition is important for behavior change. In this webinar recording, learn about nutrition literacy and best practices for communicating with individuals on nutrition information.
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