Date: October 26
Time: 1 - 2 p.m. (Central time)
The goodness of beans extends beyond their ability to help manage blood glucose. They may promote digestive health, heart health and weight management, to name just a few. A national survey shows that registered dietitian nutritionists know most of these benefits, but most consumers don't. This webinar will examine the nutrition benefits and evidence-based research around beans regarding glycemic and lipid control that optimize the prevention and management of diabetes. Chef and Culinary Nutritionist, Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN, will share the importance of beans and their place in a diet and years of evidence-based research on their nutrition benefits. Applying her mantra of "Go for great taste. Aim for plant-based. Try not to waste," she will share delicious, simple-to-fix and new strategies on how to incorporate beans into everyday meals and snacks for people with diabetes.
Sponsored by: Cannedbeans.org
- Cite at least three evidence-based nutrition and health benefits of canned beans for people affected by diabetes
- Discuss how including canned beans as part of a healthy diet may help optimize the prevention and management of diabetes
- List at least three consumer-friendly strategies to incorporate canned beans into meals and snacks
Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN
Chef and Nutritionist Jackie Newgent is a New York City-based classically-trained chef, registered dietitian nutritionist, award-winning cookbook author, professional recipe developer and media personality. Jackie's newest book, The Clean & Simple Diabetes Cookbook, hit bookshelves in 2020. She's also the author of The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook–2nd edition, (American Diabetes Association, October 2015).
Jackie has been a chef instructor with the recreational division of the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City where she has taught hands-on cooking classes for years. She is a former national media spokesperson for The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Currently, Jackie is a contributing writer for TheHealthy.com and a 2021 Forbes Health Advisory Board member. Jackie received her B.S. in Allied Health Professions from The Ohio State University and Certificate in Professional Cooking from Kendall College.