Save the Date for an Advancements in Diabetes Webinar
Native Nutrition Principles and Menus Inspired by the Ancestors
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 3 pm Eastern
(2 pm Central | 1 pm Mountain | 12 pm Pacific | 11 am Alaska)
The session offers 1 hour of CME/CE/CPEU/CPE/CDE
Valerie Segrest, BSN, MA
Muckleshoot Tribal Member
Tahoma Peak Solutions
Information about the webinar presentation:
Ancestral diets were nutrient dense and dictated by the ripening and returning of our foods. In return, our Ancestors lived free of common nutrition-related diseases like diabetes and heart disease, which are now among the top causes of mortality in our communities. While it may seem impossible for these diets to exist in a modern world, the principles of Native diets are just as applicable today as they were generations ago. In this training, we cover these topics and principles to support health interventions that are culturally centered and relevant. We also discuss the nutrient density of these foods as the remedy for common pervasive maladies.
Live Webinar Access
Webinar Number: 2763 714 2089
Webinar Password: CDaiY9kgu63 (23249954 from phones)
Join by Phone: 1-415-527-5035
Access code: 2763 714 2089
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Recorded Webinar Access
The CME/CE approved recorded session will be available (along with over 50 hours of other no cost CME/CE approved trainings) on the IHS Division of Diabetes website approximately three weeks after the live session.
For additional information please contact the Division of Diabetes at firstname.lastname@example.org.