Webinars

Nutrition and Physical Activity

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    Speaker: Gary Scheiner MS, CDE

    Expert Tips For Prescribing Physical Activity

    Webinar Description: An exercise prescription is a way to incorporate the critical component of physical activity into the diabetes self-management plan for people with diabetes. The Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute is thrilled to have Gary Scheiner, MS, CDE share his expertise in this area. Gary describes the essential role physical activity plays in diabetes management, reviews strategies to minimize risks associated with physical activity in people with diabetes, and provides the tools necessary to design individualized physical activity plans for people with diabetes. >> Download Slides

     
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    Speaker: Paula Clinton, RD, CDE

    Advanced Carbohydrate Counting

    Webinar Description: Carbohydrates can have a significant impact on glucose; therefore, carbohydrate counting has become a cornerstone of diabetes education. Advanced carbohydrate counting is a method used to determine bolus insulin doses based on carbohydrate consumption, and also takes into account the impact of protein and fat on glucose. >> Download Slides

     
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    Speaker: Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM

    Helping People Make Healthy Lifestyle Changes – from Evidence to Practice

    Webinar Description: Eating healthy and being healthy is a lifelong process, and weight loss and weight maintenance are crucial aspects of this process. People require different skill sets and behaviors for weight loss and weight maintenance. Losing weight is an important first step, which is then followed by more a permanent way of living so the weight stays off. Please join the Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute as Hope Warshaw, MMSc, RD, CDE, BC-ADM FAADE discusses principles of both weight loss and weight maintenance. >> Download Slides

     
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    Speaker: Chris Jordan MS, CSCS, NSCA-CPT, ACSM EP-C/APT

    Physical Activity and Diabetes

    Webinar Description: Physical activity along with dietary intervention represents first-line therapy for the management of diabetes mellitus. Aerobic exercise is recommended for its beneficial effects on glycemic control, and the glucose-lowering effects of resistance training have also been documented. However, exercise can present challenges to people with diabetes due to coexisting health conditions and the risk of hypoglycemia. >> Download Slides

     
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    Speaker: Marion J. Franz, MS, RD, CDE

    Nutrition Therapy and Diabetes

    Webinar Description: Staying current on the nutrition therapies used in treating diabetes can be a challenge to healthcare professionals of all levels. Whether you are new to diabetes care or a veteran, this overview of current nutrition therapies and evidence of their effectiveness in diabetes management will help improve your clinical knowledge. >> Download Slides