The Groundbreaking Science of Healthy, Permanent Weight Loss | 35 CPEU
Develop a patient-centered perspective regarding weight loss, that includes the optimal criteria to enable weight loss, while considering how specific foods affect health and longevity. Identify the key ingredients of the ideal weight-loss diet―factors such as calorie density, the insulin index, and the impact of foods on our gut microbiome―and understand how plant-based eating is crucial to our success.
Identify and implement twenty-one weight-loss accelerators that integrate the latest discoveries in chronobiology to maximize natural fat-burning capabilities. Develop the ultimate weight loss guide from the ground up, taking a timeless, proactive approach that can stand up to any new trend.Harness the evidence-based research and help your clients master weight loss with a simple, healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
Implement an evidence-based client program for weight loss, health and longevity.
Identify food characteristics such as calorie density, insulin index and gut microbiome influencers.
Articulate updated research data in obesity prevention and treatment, such as chronobiology and fat oxidation/metabolism.
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Book: Hardcover, 608pp. Dec 2019. ISBN-13: 978-1250199225
Accepted by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
CDR Activity Number: 152787
Expiry: May 31, 2024
Practice Competency Spheres: View the suggested CDR Practice Competencies for this “Weight Management” category course here.
CDR Self-Study Activity Type: 720 Printed
This course is intended for: RDN, NDTR & CDCES
This course is also accepted by the Certification Board for Diabetes Care and Education (CBDCE) and may be used towards the continuing education unit (CEU) requirement for the Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES). Dietitian 360 is accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration which is on the list of CBDCE Recognized Providers. View the list of CBDCE continuing education providers here.