Join us for virtual cooking demonstrations provided by nutrition and culinary experts. Presentations will focus on cooking demonstrations highlighting anti-inflammatory foods, including using vegetables front and center, alternative protein sources, and fermentation. These presentations are for all audiences, but will be particularly geared towards the public. No CE units provided.
“In the Kitchen” presentations will be offered live on Friday, February 19, 2021, with a live Q&A with each speaker afterwards. All participants will also receive a recording of the presentations/Q&As they are registered for following the event. Presentation times are listed below each talk.
Location: This conference will be offered virtually via live webinar! Join us from the safety of your own home. Learn more about live webinar requirements here.
- Cooking Demonstration #1: Protein Powder Matchup: A competition between popular protein powders on the basis of nutrient profile, environmental impact, cost, and ethics. Which protein powder will come out on top? By Dr. Courtney Jackson, co-founder of the Food as Medicine Everyday (FAME) series.
- Cooking Demonstration #2: Easy Keto Cooking while Ditching Dairy: Keto isn’t all about bacon and dairy. In this presentation, you will learn about the ketogenic diet and which health conditions benefit the most from the ketogenic diet. You will also learn how to incorporate more vegetables into your keto meals while staying within your carb limit. By Karen Davis, MS, CNS, CKNS.
- Cooking Demonstration #3: Low Histamine & Low FODMAP Diets Made Easy: How can low FODMAP or low histamine diets support your health? If you’re incorporating both diets, will you have enough to eat? Learn the benefits of low histamine and low FODMAP diets and how to tailor a diet especially to you. By Kristy Regan, MScN.
- Cooking Demonstration #4: Fight Inflammation with Everyday Culinary Herbs and Spices: Everyday culinary herbs and spices are rich sources of antioxidants and unique phytochemicals. In this talk, we will explore the unique healing properties of the herbs and spices commonly found in the home kitchen. We will learn how to make a variety of spice blends and infused oils, providing you with recipes for these anti-inflammatory and health-promoting blends. By Chelsie Falk, ND.