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About the webinar:
Restrictive diets can lead to poorer diet quality and reduced compliance over time with medically-necessary dietary prescriptions. Yet for individuals with food sensitivities, following a restrictive diet often seems like the only option. However, thanks to advances in nutrition and food science, consumers with food sensitivities can now enjoy a more varied diet than ever before. This is especially true for individuals with a milk sensitivity. For dietitians, understanding the difference between A1 and A2 proteins in dairy can allow many individuals who once needed to avoid dairy products the ability to add it back into their daily diet without issue. Research shows following a varied diet can improve overall nutrition status and compliance. This session will show dietitians how they can allow their clients with food sensitivities a more varied menu while still feeling their best.
This webinar will help you to:
- Identify why restrictive diets can lead to poor nutrition intake and reduced compliance with dietary prescriptions.
- Understand the difference between A1 and A2 milk proteins and explain how these proteins are tolerated differently in milk-sensitive individuals.
- Help consumers with food sensitivities safely add more variety into their meal plans.
About the speaker:
Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, CDE, CPT is the media’s go-to expert on all things nutrition and diabetes. Erin is one of the most quoted dietitians in the US, being quoted over 200 times in national publications in 2017. A sought after speaker, spokesperson, and writer, Erin has authored four books including the bestselling ‘2 Day Diabetes Diet’ and ‘Belly Fat Diet For Dummies.’ In 2017, she released the ‘Love Your Age’ guide with the editors of Prevention Magazine and the ‘Run for Abs’ guide with the editors of Runner’s World Magazine. Her broadcast appearances include segments on The Dr. Oz Show, The Doctors, MSNBC, and The Early Show.
Erin regularly contributes to media outlets including Fox News, Food Network, and Prevention. As a busy mom of three young children, she juggles her time between writing for outlets such as EverydayHealth.com and Diabetes Forecast, motivating audiences as a keynote speaker. She runs a successful private practice, Vernon Nutrition Center, with two office locations in NJ. With her mantra ‘Healthy Mom, Happy Family,’ Erin is passionate about showing her audience how to make time for health, even when they have no time for themselves.
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