Date: October 24
Time: 1 - 2 p.m. (Central time)
It’s hard to miss the recent influx of conversations in the news and on social media around seed oils, like soybean oil, and their impact on health. Seed oils are a common source of unsaturated fat, a nutrient that is recognized in a heart-healthy eating pattern. Yet, doubt has been casted on the nutrient profile, healthfulness, and production of these oils leaving your clients, and may be even yourself, with questions.
This webinar will review the most common health topics mentioned in seed oil discussions such as heart disease, inflammation, and obesity. We’ll also review current evidence on the impact of unsaturated fatty acids on cardiovascular health and risk factors as well as share tips for addressing seed oil questions with your clients and recommending seed oils as part of an eating pattern that supports heart health.
Sponsored by: Soy Connection
CPE Level: 2
Performance Indicators: 8.1.5, 8.2.2, 11.2.5
- Identify one or more health benefits associated with the consumption of unsaturated fatty acids found in seed oils.
- Provide evidence-based takeaways on the relationship between seed oils and cardiovascular health to address misunderstanding and myths related to seed oils.
- Demonstrate how seed oils can be part of a healthy eating pattern that supports heart health.
Michelle Routhenstein, MS, RD, CDCES, CDN
Michelle Routhenstein is owner and president of Entirely Nourished LLC, a nutrition counseling and consulting private practice that specializes in heart disease prevention and management.
Mark Messina, PhD, MS
Mark Messina is the director of nutrition science and research for SNI Global and chairperson of the Soy Connection editorial board. His research focuses on the health effects of soy foods and soybean components and he writes extensively on these subjects. He has published more than 100 articles and book chapters for health professionals.