Food as Medicine 2022 Update - Nutrition Around the World: Best Practices and Clinical Integrations
In this full day symposium, healthcare professionals will learn about the most recent clinical research on nutrition around the world, discussing best practices and how to integrate into practice. This group learning CME activity is accredited by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) office at the University of Toronto. The full program can be found: https://foodasmedicineupdate.ca/index.php/conference/brochure.
Topics will include:
- Keys to Healthy Aging and Longevity: The Role of Healthy Diets in Okinawa and Other Blue Zones (Dr. Bradley Willcox)
- What to Tell Your Patients Transitioning to a Plant-based Diet (Dr. Joan Sabaté)
-Is the Mediterranean Diet the Healthiest Diet? (Dr. Jordi Salas-Salvadó)
-Integrating Lifestyle Medicine into Your Family Practice (Dr. Amanda Marrone)
-Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Nordic Diet, Pure Prairie Eating Plan & more!
As part of this event, Dr. Neal Barnard will deliver the Rundle-Lister Lecture in Transformative Nutritional Medical Education, awarded to him in recognition of his outstanding contributions to translational research in the field of nutrition and health. He will present on The New Science of Food, Hormones, and Health. Previous award winners include Drs. Philip Sherman, David Jenkins, Walter Willett, JoAnn Manson and David Katz.
Register today for this full-day interactive symposium, offered completely digitally via Zoom. Access to the replay will be provided for up to 60 days after the symposium for all registrants.
For more information and to register: https://foodasmedicineupdate.ca/index.php/registration/register-on-line