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Watch Webinar: Aging Well: Building A Better Diet With Nutrient Density

Aging Well: Building A Better Diet With Nutrient Density

Aging Well: Building A Better Diet With Nutrient Density Webinar

As a Healthcare or Senior Living foodservice operator, understanding dietary patterns for healthy aging can help you better serve this growing segment of our population. The nutrition needs of the aging adult are unique and getting good nutrition can be a challenge whether you’re 50 or 80. While there is no “best” diet for aging well, utilizing nutrient dense choices can help build a good, healthful dietary pattern that meets recommendations for nutrients and food groups within calorie needs. Join us for our webinar “Aging Well: Building A Better Diet With Nutrient Density” to learn about the principle of nutrient density, understand the importance of it as it relates to older adults, and pick up some tips and chef inspirations for incorporating nutrient dense options into your menus.

Those who viewed the live webinar on March 6, 2019 will receive CEU credit. Viewers must watch live to be eligible for CEU credit.

Featured Speakers:

Michelle Tucker

Michelle Tucker, MS, RD,
senior nutrition scientist
at the General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition

CEU credit certificate provided through:

American Culinary Federation, Inc.

This program is approved to qualify for 1 continuing education hours toward the initial or recertification application for ACF certification. Note: These programs are not endorsed, accredited, or affiliated with ACF or the ACF Certification Program.

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:

This program is approved to qualify for 1.0 (Level 2) CPEU for registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs).

Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals

This program is approved to qualify for 1 continuing education hour by the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers.