Nutrition Decisions

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What is considered a healthy fat? Are carbs good or bad? To answer these questions and more, watch our FREE Nutrition Decision webinars below. Presented by Dr. Carolyn Dunn, Professor and Nutrition Specialist at NC State University, these 1-hour webinars focus on a current nutrition topics and the evidence behind them.

Now CEU certified! Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN’s) may receive one hour of CEU credit for participating in the webinars. Please email administrator@esmmweighless.

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Recordings Now Available:

Not All Carbs Are Created Equal

Please note, there is audio feedback at the beginning of the recording, please fast forward the first 10 seconds.


Diets: Fad or Fact

Life Hacks: Eat Healthy On a Busy Schedule
In the webinar, Dr. Dunn references a meal planner and shopping list. To download the printable planner, click here: “Cook This, Buy That” Meal Planner and Shopping List

Nutrition Decisions Mini-Series: Steps to Eating the Med Way

The response to the first Med Instead of Meds webinar was overwhelming and we want to give you the tools you need to Go Med AND answer all of your questions. As you know, the Mediterranean-style eating pattern has been shown to promote health and decrease risk of many chronic diseases. Eating the Mediterranean way is not only healthy, it is delicious and satisfying. Foods that you once thought of as too high in fat or unhealthy, including nuts, olive oil, olives, and whole grains, become an everyday part of your diet. This webinar mini-series will demonstrate simple steps to eating the Med way by making easy changes to the foods you eat. Additional resources for eating the Med way can be found at medinsteadofmeds.com.
Steps to Eating the Med Way Recordings:
Overview of the Mediterranean Diet

Steps to Eating the Med Way: Change Your Protein

Steps to Eating the Med Way: Swap Your Fats and Snack on Nuts

Steps to Eating the Med Way: Eat More Fruits, Vegetables, and Whole Grains

Steps to Eating the Med Way: Rethink Your Sweets