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Upcoming Live Webinars
The Economics of Whole Grain and Public Health – The Impact and Application of Eating More Whole Grains (Tuesday, November 16 at 1:00pm ET)
Allison Yoder, MA, RDN, LD, Nutrition in Food Retail Program Development Fellow through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation and Kevin Miller, PhD, Principal Scientist, General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition
The health beneﬁts of consuming a diet rich in whole grain is fairly well recognized, but what about the economic beneﬁts? The ﬁrst half of this webinar will showcase newly published data on the economic impact of whole grain intake on public health and health endpoints. The second half of the webinar will focus on putting this data into practice by sharing practical applications for encouraging whole grain consumption through simple, aﬀordable changes to dietary habits. Thanks to the General Mills Bell Institute for Health and Nutrition for sponsoring this session!
For Registered Dietitians seeking CPEU credit
Registered Dietitians can earn 1 CPEU credit per webinar. The video recordings can be viewed for CPEU credit up to 3 years after their original air date.
These activities should be logged as a 175 activity (Recorded Pre-Approved CPEU). To receive your certiﬁcate of completion, please email Kelly@oldwayspt.org to let her know which webinar recording you watched, and any feedback you may have. We welcome your feedback to continually improve the activities/materials oﬀered. RDs may also submit evaluations of the quality of materials to CDR.
Whole grains are an important part of a balanced diet, yet many Americans are still falling short of dietary recommendations for whole grain consumption. In this session, Dr. Caleigh Sawicki from the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, shares updates on the health beneﬁts of whole grains and why whole grains were an especially important part of the report of the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Scientiﬁc Advisory Committee. Additionally, Dr. Eric Decker, Professor and Head of the Department of Food Science at the University of Massachusetts, shares research on how various processing methods impact the health of whole grains. The session closes with practical tips on how to help patients and clients meet the dietary recommendations for whole grains. Thanks to the General Mills Bell Institute for Health and Nutrition for sponsoring this session! (Recorded on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 3:00pm ET.)
Sourdough Bootcamp: How (and Why) to Create a Whole Grain Sourdough Starter… and What to Do with It
Erin McKenney, PhD, Teaching Faculty and Academic Coordinator for the department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University
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Whether you’ve been impacted by the shortage of yeast, or you ﬁnd yourself spending more time at home and are interested in taking on some baking experiments, there has never been a better time to give sourdough baking a try. Did you know that sourdough starters fed diﬀerent types of ﬂour (whole wheat ﬂour, einkorn ﬂour, rye ﬂour, buckwheat ﬂour, etc.) can have diﬀerent aromas, bacterial communities, and baking capabilities? In this presentation, we take a deep dive into the nutritional and microbial beneﬁts of sourdough fermentation with a special focus on whole grains. We’ll ﬁnish by oﬀering a sneak peek at some of our favorite whole grain sourdough recipes, and where home bakers and fermentation enthusiasts can learn more about these topics. (Recorded on June 30, 2020)
Transforming Your Taste Buds: How to Make Whole Grains the Food You Crave
Dr. Keith Williams, Director, Feeding Program, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
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Contrary to popular belief, our food preferences are not set in stone. They can evolve over time, in response to social and cultural cues, as well as exposure to diﬀerent foods and ﬂavors. In this webinar, we’ll share evidence-based techniques for making picky eaters a thing of the past, with a focus on how to apply these lessons to increase whole grain consumption across all age groups. (Recorded on May 8, 2020)
Some books and celebrities blame “modern wheat” for the perceived rise in gluten-related and wheat-related disorders, and yet research shows that this relationship is more complex than it may seem. In this webinar, attendees will learn about the diﬀerences between ancient, heritage and modern wheats and how they may impact immunoreactive compounds. This session will also explore which processing methods show promise with regards to wheat sensitivities and provide tips for producing healthy whole grain foods that people of all backgrounds and health concerns can enjoy. (Recorded on April 15, 2020)