Culinary Medicine Products and Programming

The Health meets Food team offers both virtual and in-person hands-on Culinary Medicine classes as well as the yearly Culinary Medicine Conference.

For virtual programming participants use Zoom to gather, collaborate, cook together and discuss case studies. Each module follows the workflow of in-person programming and takes about 3 1/2 hours to complete.

Using this registration system you can purchase tickets for the conference, virtual programming, in-person CME, T-shirts and aprons as well as access free CME.

For registration problems, questions, or for more event information, please contact Cecilia Hatfield at cecilia@healthmeetsfood.com”

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Food Security – SNAP & WIC Programs: The module provides definitions of food security in vulnerable populations as well as the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk.  Students review current research on the impact and outcomes of food security in especially in the pediatric population and the impact of food insecurity in the family. Programming covers pathologies that may result from issues with food security and factors for community members with increased risk of food insecurity compared to those who are food secure.
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Food Security - Food Banks and Medically Tailored Meals: The module provides definitions of food security in vulnerable populations as well as the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk.  Students review current research on the impact of food banks, the built environment and medically tailored meals.
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Food Security – Older Adults: Students investigate age-related decline and pathologies that contribute to issues with food security. Programming covers factors for older adults with increased risk of food insecurity compared to those who are food secure. The course connects the link between food security and chronic long-term disease risk and helps healthcare professionals design strategies and models applying to older patients.
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We present an outline of the Mediterranean diet and examine recent sources and studies examining its effectiveness in terms of treating diet-related illnesses. We discuss the nine points of the Mediterranean diet and explore the ways the Mediterranean diet can be translated for the American kitchen using familiar recipes.
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July 13, 2024: 12noon to 3:30pm ET via Zoom

Anti-Inflammatory Diet: In this module attendees will learn about the relationship between foods, advanced glycation end products, and free radicals. We will review the evidence about the role of diet in heart disease, stroke, COPD, cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and kidney failure, as well as the inflammatory pathways and where food fits in it. We will also present the evidence showing a relationship between advanced glycation end products, free radicals, and degenerative disorders.  
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July 14, 2024: 3pm to 6:30pm ET via Zoom

Carbohydrates and Diabetes Mellitus: This module focuses on the physiological impact of digesting different types of carbohydrates and assesses the role of certain carbohydrates in promoting satiety, regulating blood glucose and sustaining energy, with a further look into whole grains. In the kitchen we focus on strategies for reducing sugar consumption, especially in snacking, and discuss guidelines for healthier snacking and desserts.  
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August 10, 2024: 12noon to 3:30pm ET via Zoom

Fats: In this lesson we look at the physiological effects of different types of dietary fats in the body and common dietary sources of these fats. In the kitchen we focus on the purpose of fats in cooking, explore viable replacements and substitutions for culinary fats, and prepare meals utilizing fat replacers. We also cover nutrient and energy density, meal planning and healthy shopping habits, and how you can utilize this information to inspire positive change in your patients.
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August 9, 2024: 4pm to 7:30pm ET via Zoom

Protein & Vegetarian Diet: We focus on the biological need for dietary proteins, focusing on essential amino acids and their dietary sources. We outline the dietary needs and sources of protein and focus on vegetarian diets, possible nutritional deficiencies and the ways vegetarians and vegans can ensure adequate protein intake. In the kitchen we prepare vegetarian meals, focusing on satiety and complementary proteins.
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September 15, 2024: 3pm to 6:30pm ET via Zoom

Introduction to Culinary Medicine: We present an outline of both the Mediterranean and DASH diets and examine recent sources and studies examining the effectiveness of both in terms of treating diet-related illnesses. We also review methods of communicating these principles to patients along with an introduction to basic kitchen safety and knife handling skills.
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September 14, 2024: 12noon to 3:30pm ET

Weight, Management & Portion Control: In this module we look at obesity indicators, caloric density, and portion control, and review the literature behind weight loss and weight maintenance. This course will help you, the clinician, understand practical and realistic approaches to weight management.
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October 18, 2024: 4pm to 7:30pm ET via Zoom

IBS/IBD/GERD: We will examine the prevalence of inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and gastroesophageal reflux disease in the United States as well their symptoms and how to differentiate between these diseases of the digestive tract. We will discuss the FODMAP (Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols) diet and recognize which foods contain high FODMAP content and which foods contain a low FODMAP content.
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October 19, 2024: 12noon to 3:30pm ET via Zoom

Food Allergy and Intolerance: This overview focuses on techniques to diagnose, treat, and cook for food allergies or intolerances. In this class we will explore the roles of local and organic foods, common plant phytochemicals, genetically modified foods, and common preservatives in immune and metabolic health, environmental impressions, and economic impact. We will also cover hidden and little-known sources of allergens, and in the kitchen we will prepare lactose- and gluten-free recipes.
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