Subject: Credit claiming for webinar on evidence-based nutrition

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Thank You for Attending! - Evidence-Based Nutrition: The Problem of Proof - Thursday, December 1, from 2-3 PM EST - Presented by Jeffrey B. Blumberg, PhD, FASN, FACN
Thank you for attending our webinar "Evidence-Based Nutrition: The Problem of Proof," presented by Jeffrey B. Blumberg, PhD, FASN, FACN, professor at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, on Thursday, December 1, 2016, from 2-3 PM EST.

Presentation slides and resources from this webinar will be available for download when you access the evaluation to obtain your certificate. These materials will also be maintained in the "Webinar Materials" section on the resources tab for your continued access.

Credit Claiming
You must complete a brief evaluation within one year of the live program (before December 1, 2017) to claim your CE credit and download your certificate.

Follow these instructions to download your CE certificate:

   1. Log in to, go to "My Courses" and click on the webinar title.
   2. Click "Take Course" on the webinar description page.
   3. Select "Start/Resume Course" to complete and submit the evaluation.
   4. Download and print your certificate.

Group Viewing
If you viewed this webinar in a group setting, your group supervisor needs to email or call 877-925-2355 to obtain and submit a Group Certification of Attendance Form. In addition, all individual attendees must have an account on in order to obtain a certificate.

Recorded Version
We will be posting a free recorded version of the webinar as soon as possible on to make all the great information presented and the continuing education credit available to all professionals. You will also be able to view and share the presentation via our YouTube channel. You will receive an email when the recorded version is available for viewing.

Call 877-925-2355 or email Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM EST with any questions in regards to this webinar.

This webinar is a complimentary continuing education event thanks to the support of Nature Made.