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Symposium Central
May 21-24, 2017 • Astor Crowne Plaza • New Orleans, LA

Join us next May 21-24 at the Astor Crowne Plaza in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. In addition to delivering top-quality continuing education sessions led by engaging presenters, and networking opportunities like no other event, our 2017 event’s prime location will put you steps away from all of the culinary, cultural, and entertainment experiences of The Big Easy.

For a limited time only, registration is only $199!
This will be the lowest rate offered and is half off the regular registration price.

Advanced registration for 2017 is available for a limited time here!
Recently Posted
June CPE Monthly: Health Benefits of Sea Vegetables—Learn About Their Culinary Uses, Including How Clients Can Incorporate Them Into Their Diets
This continuing education course reviews the health benefits and culinary uses of edible sea vegetables and includes strategies your clients can use to incorporate them into their diets.

Genetically Modified Foods—Benefits and Concerns
This continuing education course explores both sides of the debate to help RDs make informed decisions when weighing the potential risks and benefits of GMOs and advise clients about whether to consume GMOs based on their beliefs and health issues.

The Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy—Learn About the Diet, the Medical Conditions It’s Used to Treat, and Its Mechanism of Action
This continuing education course reviews the KD, the medical conditions it’s used to treat, and its mechanisms of action. The various types of the KD, the composition of the diet, common side effects of the diet, and the outcomes and effectiveness of the diet also are discussed.

The Latest Research on Low-Carb Diets
This continuing education course examines the current research on low-carbohydrate diets and provides recommendations counseling patients about implementing a low-carbohydrate diet.

The Paradox of Food Insecurity and Obesity in the United States
This continuing education course describes food insecurity and obesity in the United States as social problems and explores the relationship between food insecurity and obesity, mediators of the relationship, possible mechanisms to explain how food insecurity causes obesity, existing interventions, and future actions to address food insecurity.

Understanding Morning Sickness: Causes and Interventions
This continuing education course describes the classifications of morning sickness, their corresponding symptoms, and potential fetal outcomes. Theoretical causes of morning sickness are also discussed, along with a variety of treatment interventions.

Update on Calcium in Health and Disease
This continuing education course examines the role of calcium in health and disease. It provides information to help RDs better assess client calcium status in relation to age and gender, help clients adjust calcium intake, and make appropriate recommendations for calcium supplementation.
Upcoming Webinar

The Art of Recipe Development
This 1 credit webinar on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at 2 pm EDT, led by Alexandra Caspero, MA, RD, CLT, RYT, includes an A-to-Z guide on how to develop successful recipes for blogs, social media, print, food service, and consumer outlets.

Recorded Webinars

The Happy Healthy Kitchen: Creating Delicious Meals to Support Dietary Advice
Presented by Carolyn O’Neil, MS, RDN, LD, this complimentary 1-credit webinar reviews research on the most common shortfall nutrients and matches them with practical meal pattern ideas to help fill in the gaps. In line with the 2015 US Dietary Guidelines, recipe ideas to help decrease consumption of salt, saturated fat and added sugars are also addressed.

Milk Protein and Human Health: A1 versus A2 Beta-Casein
Presented by Dr. Joanna McMillian and Professor Karen Dwyer, this complimentary 1-credit webinar discusses a growing body of research supports the notion that some people digest milk proteins differently, and that for these people, A1 beta-casein may be the cause of post-dairy digestive discomfort.

Sleep Webinar Series
Purchase both Part 1 and Part 2 of this webinar series for only $49.99* with coupon code SLEEPX2. Both parts must be in your shopping cart in order to apply the coupon. *CE Club members can purchase both parts for just $39.98 - no coupon required!

Part 1: Sleep: Cycles, Rhythms, Health, and Weight
Part 2: Out of Sync Sleep: Chronotype, Jet Lag, Seasonality Disorders, and Shiftwork
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Buy 2 Courses, Get a 3rd FREE!

If you’re putting together a summer reading list for this year, be sure to include some of the interesting articles we have posted as self-study courses for credit in our CE Learning Library.

From now through the end of June, buy any two of our 2-CPEU self-study courses, and get a third course FREE. Use the Coupon Code JUNE16 at check out.

Please note that you must have 3 courses added to your shopping cart in order to apply the coupon.

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