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This webinar was presented live on December 20, 2023.
Mitochondrial decline is one of the key biologic hallmarks of again, associated with the development of several age-related chronic conditions. However, emerging research suggests that by targeting mitochondrial health, we can potentially slow down and prevent development of such diseases. This webinar will delve into the latest scientific findings surrounding mitochondrial health and the impact of novel nutritional compounds like Urolithin A on the aging process.
Sponsored by: Timeline Nutrition
CPE Level: 2
- 6.3.1 Accurately and ethically shares research findings with a variety of audiences.
- 8.4.1 Gains an understanding of integrative and functional medicine models and interventions and how these models and interventions are applied to nutrition and dietetics service.
- 8.4.2 Critically evaluates the credibility of integrative and functional medicine research and literature, using evidence-based criteria, to respond to inquiries and to determine the appropriateness of incorporating these interventions into nutrition care plans.
- Understand the biological mechanism of aging: By the end of the seminar, participants will be able to identify and explain the primary biological hallmarks of aging, with a special emphasis on the role of mitochondrial decline and disabled mitophagy.
- Evaluate nutrition's role in mitochondrial health: Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of evidence-based nutrition strategies that enhance mitochondrial health, paving the way for a holistic approach to preventive medicine.
- Apply knowledge of Urolithin A in clinical practice: With insights from peer-reviewed research, participants will be equipped to assess the benefits of Urolithin A and incorporate its use effectively in patient care for promoting healthy aging.
Jennifer Scheinman, MS, RDN, CDN
Jennifer Scheinman is a seasoned Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with over 20 years of experience in the field of nutrition and wellness.
Jen's master's degree in Integrative and Functional Nutrition, coupled with advanced training in bioenergetics and hormone balance from the Institute of Functional Medicine, provides her with a profound understanding of the complex interplay between nutrition, cellular health, and longevity. This specialized education has equipped Jen with a unique skill set, enabling her to delve into the nuances of how dietary and lifestyle factors influence the body's energy production and biological processes of aging.
Throughout her career, Jen has worked at some of the country's leading institutes for health and wellness, including Hospital for Special Surgery and Optum, where she created and developed health coaching programs and ran their content strategy. She is a sought-after speaker, writer, and media personality.
In addition to her work as a nutrition coach, Jen is currently the Senior Manager of Nutrition Affairs at Timeline, A Swiss health company dedicated to creating innovative products for healthy aging. In her role at Timeline, Jen is responsible for educating healthcare providers and consumers on the importance of cellular health and Urolithin A in aging and longevity.