This products is free for those who attended FNCE® 2019.
For many religions there is no separation of food from faith. In fact, food is often a major building block in the religion's foundation. In this session, participants will hear an explanation of key fasts and feasts of the world's major religions and will learn how to counsel patients during these religious periods.
The Academy's strategic plan includes a 2025 Impact Goal to elevate the role of nutrition status in quality health care throughout the lifecycle. Patients who participate in these religious events have made lifelong commitments originating in their youth; RDNs and NDTRs must be ready to address any challenges! Learn how to provide appropriate nutritional interventions that are culturally sensitive yet practical for your facility. Also learn how to document and monitor their nutritional status according to the Nutrition Care Process.
Planned with the Religion Member Interest Group
CPE Level: 2 - Intermediate
Learning Need Codes: 1040, 3040, 4010
- 1.3.9 Recognizes and incorporates knowledge of cultural and/or religious foods, practices and preparation.
- 10.2.5 Develops nutrition prescription to communicate required food and nutrient needs.
- 12.4.2 Collaborates with community partners to implement programs based on the assessed needs, values, beliefs, limitations and strengths of the population.
- Interpret the interplay between interfaith perspectives and food cultures on fasting and feasting in three religious traditions.
- Identify the health and nutrition benefits, risks, limitations, and implications of counseling patients of diverse religious faiths.
- Address fasting and feasting concerns effectively when using the Nutrition Care process in diverse practice settings.
- Eva Brzezinski, MS, RD, CDE
- Kelly Moltzen, OFS, MPH, RD
- Wahida Karmally, PhD, RDN, CDE, CLS, FNLA