Speakers: Constance Brown-Riggs, MSEd, RDN, CDCES, CDN and Chef Tessa Nguyen, RD, LDN
Maryland Academy of Family Physicians (MDAFP) is a co-sponsor of this webinar.
After the session, participants will be able to:
Understand the prevalence of lactose intolerance across diverse populations including African Americans, Latinx and Asian Americans.
Debunk three common myths surrounding lactose intolerance and dairy avoidance.
Discuss dairy’s role in the diet for effective management of lactose intolerance symptoms; as well as providing practical lactose intolerance management tips and techniques that are culturally relevant.
Note: Effective, August 24th, 2021, this webinar has no longer been approved 1.0 CPEU for registered dietitians for viewing the on-demand recording. Those that attended LIVE and/or watched the webinar on-demand between 8/5 thru 8/23 will receive 1.0 CPEU.
Toby Amidor, MS, RD, CDN, FAND; Adjunct Professor at Columbia University
This is an exciting time for the Dietary Guidelines for Americans! Since being created in 1980, for the first time theDGAs are addressing guidelines for 0 to 2 years of age, along with pregnant and lactating women. The presenter will review the history of the DGAs, review the latest modifications, additions, and controversies. Moreover, she will review ways to communicate these guidelines to clients and the general public.
Matt Darnell, PhD, RD,CSSD, SCCC, Pittsburgh Steelers Sports Dietitian; University of Pittsburgh Professor
It’s important to understand the risks of training your student athletes especially after following an extended period of inactivity. Join us to learn about how to implement scaled and periodized training approaches as students begin practicing their sport again. Learn key strategies to incorporate preventative training exercises into practices or warm-ups to help student athletes safely return back to sports.
Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, Owner, Nutrition Conditioning, LLC; Nutritionist, Women’s Sports Medicine Center at Hospital for Special Surgery
High school athletes have a wide range of nutritional needs based on their growth and developmental rates as well as their training duration and intensity. Join us to learn about how to encourage good day-to-day nutrition habits to reach their daily recommended nutrition requirements. Examples of pre and post exercise snacks to fuel high school athletes will be provided.
Hydration can greatly impact sports performance in the high school athlete. Join us to learn about understanding the importance of proper hydration as well as familiarizing yourself with the consequences of dehydration. You will also learn about the current hydration recommendations for high school athletes for before, during and after exercise.
Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, CSSD, LDN, Co-Founder Performance 365 and
Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CSSD, CDE, FAND, Co-Founder Performance 365
By the end of this session, participants will be able to understand the effects of hunger and inadequate nutrition on health, mental and physical performance; identify student athletes at risk of food insecurity and help them access resources to address hunger; and lastly, implement school, team and community strategies to help improve food availability for high risk student athletes.
Stephanie Coppola, MS, RD, Performance Nutrition Assistant for Philadelphia Eagles
By the end of this session, participants will be able to understand the important role that protein has in the diet of high school athletes as well as become familiar with the current literature on the protein needs of young, growing athletes. Participants will understand the difference in protein needs when comparing younger athletes to adult athletes and the importance of protein timing. Lastly, participants will learn practical nutrition strategies for high school athletes to incorporate protein into their daily meal plans.
Sue James, MS, RD, LDN, Owner Pinnacle Health & Wellness, Sports Nutrition Consultant to Baltimore Orioles and Johns Hopkins Athletics
By the end of this session, participants will be able to understand the role hormones play in building muscle as well as why those hormones should be present prior to focusing on building muscle (post-puberty) in younger, growing athletes. Participants will also learn how nutrition plays a key role in supporting an athletes training to build strength and muscle. Lastly, participants will be given practical nutrition tips and strategies for high school athletes working to properly build strength and muscular development.
With over 42 million food insecure Americans, hunger lurks on every corner. This session will inspire participants to identify and transform counseling techniques for food insecure clients at risk for malnutrition. Attendees will leave with a better understanding surrounding the misconceptions of food insecurity and will be able to bridge the knowledge gap between the overall health of client and chronic hunger. The speaker will also demonstrate how effective community partnerships and the use of the Food Insecurity/Food Banking Supervised Practice Concentration can help integrate more Retail Dietitians into the world of food insecurity with any practice setting.
Michele Payn, CSP and Michelle Barber, MA, RD, CDN
There’s too much fear in food today. This fear hurts your health as stress increases about eating the “right food” – especially during a global pandemic. Michele Payn will help you elevate the conversation with insight when people are the most vulnerable to food bullying, ways bullies leverage fear in the dairy case, and how to use health, environmental, ethical, and social standards to buy food with confidence. She author of three food books and a professional speaker with dairy cattle grazing in her front yard. Join us for this evidence-based and interactive webinar to simplify safe food choices, where Michele will bring examples from a lifetime in the dairy business.