CPE – Living Healthy with Less Added Sugar

This webinar "Living Healthy with Less Added Sugar" is a recorded presentation for 1 continuing education credit for Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses and Dietetic Professionals. (CPE Provided by the American Heart Association) Most Americans consume added sugars in excess of recommended levels, putting them at risk for adverse...

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CPE – State of the Sweeteners Union

How Strong is the Evidence on Low and No-Calorie Sweeteners? This webinar will help RDNs address false and misleading information by reviewing the most current established scientific knowledge on the safety and metabolism of low and no-calorie sweeteners. (CPE Provided by Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) Decades of scientific study has...

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CPE – Sucralose

“Sucralose” is a one-hour of self-study continuing professional education (CPE) Level-1 module for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and Dietetic Technicians, Registered (DTRs). Upon completion of this module, dietetic professionals will be able to: List the characteristics of sucralose that relate to its use as a sweetener and its safety as...

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Current Evidence on Noncaloric Sweeteners and their Health...

The PepsiCo Global Research and Development and the Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science sponsored an Academic eBriefing by the New York Academy of Sciences in January 2016. “Current Evidence on Noncaloric Sweeteners and their Health Implications” is presented by Gary D. Foster (Weight Watchers International Inc.), John Glendinning (Barnard College), and Rick...

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CPE – Going Behind the Headlines: When Food...

“Going Behind the Headlines: When Food and Facts Collide” is a free self-study module produced by the Calorie Control Council, an accredited provider of continuing professional education (CPE) for dietetic professionals by the Committee on Dietetic Registration. Mary Lee Chin MS, RD, former Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson, developed...

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