Supported by an educational grant from Tate & Lyle
Thursday, March 19, 2020
1:00 – 2:30 PM (ET)
Low-carbohydrate eating has never been more popular but much confusion exists. Common questions include: What defines a low-carb eating pattern? What is the scientific evidence on the health effects of low-carb diets, particularly on weight loss and glycemic management? When are they most and least appropriate? What are the barriers for implementing a low-carb eating pattern? What low-carb trends do we see among consumers, and how has the marketplace responded?
Please join us for a webinar to discuss the research surrounding low-carbohydrate diets, common questions and patient considerations.
Organized by the American Society for Nutrition in partnership with Tate & Lyle. Funded by Tate & Lyle.
At the end of this program, attendees will be able to:
- Summarize consumer views on low-carbohydrate eating patterns and how the market responds to such trends.
- Discuss the latest scientific evidence on how these eating patterns impact health, particularly weight loss and glycemic management.
- Describe practical considerations of low-carb eating patterns including potential benefits and limitations.
Consumer Trends: Low-Carbohydrate Eating Patterns
Beth Nieman Hacker, MBA
Tate & Lyle
Science Behind Low-Carb Eating Patterns
William S. Yancy, Jr, MD, MHS
A Practitioner’s Perspective
Megan Rossi, PhD, RD
King’s College London, UK
Continuing Professional Education
ASN designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.5 CPEUs. Dietitians and dietetic technicians, registered should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ASN (Provider #NS010) is accredited and approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) as a provider of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) programs for Registered Dietitians.
Learning Level 2
Activity Number: 153931
If claiming CPE credit, you must complete the evaluation survey.