CPE Listings for the following Learning Needs Code:
2110 Physiology, Exercise Physiology
This book exposes the flawed logic behind promotion of dieting for sustainable weight loss. After explaining the physiology of reversing insulin resistance, controlling appetite, and retraining fat cell function, the author has an eating plan and recip (…there’s more…)
Numerous dietitians requested that we make a course using this book. Dr. Daphne Miller visited farms and a vintner to learn about how the ecology of our food supply is intrinsically linked to the ecology of our bodies. Fascinating nutrition reading! Wh (…there’s more…)
Wealth of nutrition science! The author, Michael Greger, MD, maintains a huge database of nutrition studies for his website, NutritionFacts.org, and this book condenses that data into healthy eating guidelines. The book has 134 pages of references that (…there’s more…)
Virtually all patients with diabetes can improve glycemic control through intensive management. Following the personalized treatment is complex, but studies have shown it to be very effective in avoiding or controlling side effects and thus today, it i (…there’s more…)
Written by one of the nation’s top sports nutritionists, this 5th edition book is totally updated and revised with latest information on overhydration, timing meals for training & competition, supplements, organic foods, weight loss while maintaini (…there’s more…)
The workshop providing 10 CPEUs for dietitians will combine science with real-world experience, including case studies and the personal wisdom of the two highly respected leaders, sports dietitian Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD, and exercise physiologist and researcher John Ivy PhD.
Outstanding sports resource! Interesting, thorough, and totally updated with the newest research in food for sports, timing, peaking, and motivating athletes. Includes access to the eBook, resources, and newest ACSM/AND position statement. ** Note: Sev (…there’s more…)
Excellent book! A silent health crisis is impacting 33% of Americans—nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. If your liver becomes overwhelmed, it can lead to fatigue, weight gain, liver disease, diabetes, and autoimmune disease. Written by an expert integr (…there’s more…)
Registered Dietitian Farah Hillou provides a detailed presentation into the diagnosis and nutritional management of SIBO. During this course you will learn how to recognise SIBO symptoms, and identify nutritional management strategies. By the end of th (…there’s more…)
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This 1 CEU sports nutrition course covers everything you need to know about carb loading, including when to do it, why, and how to follow the correct protocol to see real results.
This 1 CEU sports nutrition course for dietitians covers fueling for training and racing, including carbs, protein, energy needs, supplements, hydration, and troubleshooting problems such as gastrointestinal issues and muscle cramps.
This 1.5 CEU sports nutrition course covers everything you need to know to talk with your clients about hydration for improved fitness and performance. No more feeling crappy when they exercise!
This 1 CEU sports nutrition course covers everything you need to know about sports supplements for performance and health.
Author is a Harvard Medical School trained physician and New York Times Bestselling author! Dr. Gottfried uses nutrition, exercise, and supplements to rebalance hormones through the lifecycle from a young woman through menopause. Covers low thyroid or (…there’s more…)
New York Times bestselling book. It’s a fascinating mix of cutting-edge science and lifestyle coaching on how the tiny ends of the chromosomes determine how fast our cells age and die. These are ways we can extend our health spans. Of equal importance (…there’s more…)