Recorded Wednesday, June 4, 2014 2:00 pm ET.The credit for this webinar has expired. Please consider our most recent webinar to earn a valid CPE credit.
Have you been hearing the buzz about Meatless Mondays? Wondered what was up with those flexitarians? Join us to discover the health benefits of limiting meat intake as well as the positive environmental impact of a “meat less” diet. We’ll also talk about ways to reduce your meat intake and great new recipes to try.
This free, one-hour webinar has been approved for one CPE credit for Registered Dietitians and Dietetic Technicians, Registered. Meets learning codes 4040, 2070, 4110, and 5370. You will learn to:
- Discuss current trends toward moving toward a “meat less” diet.
- Define different approaches that can be used to “meat in the middle” with flexible diet approaches.
- Use research to discuss impact of our current meat consumption on our health and the health of our environment and compare this to a diet centered around vegetable and grain proteins.
- Share educational tools with patients, clients, colleagues, students and others that enable them to embrace a less “meat centered” diet.
What if Everyone in the World Became a Vegetarian? Slate.com, May 2014
Which Foods are Worst for the Environment? Washington Post, March 2014 (include infographic on EWG emissions comparisons for different crops)
Tools and Materials for Consumers
The Plant-Based Diet brochure from Kaiser Permanente; recipes, action plan, nutrition/health and shopping info
Whole Grain Council: Whole Grain Protein Power: table featuring the protein content of different grains
Vegetarian Resource Group; non-profit that provides links to many resources, Q & A, books and a journal
Vegetarian Nutrition Resource List from the Food and Nutrition Information Center of the Nat’l Ag. Library
The Plant-Powered Diet by Sharon Palmer, RD
Vegetarian Eating 101 from Oldways