Upcoming Events & Webinars
- Savvy Snacking: Tips & Trends to Optimize NutritionLocation -VirtualDate -09/14/2022Time -2:00 - 3:15 ET
Description: Snacking is a routine part of our day-to-day lives, and yet new research and trends are emerging on the topic every day. Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and other nutrition professionals are addressing the topic of snacking regularly with patients and clients, answering questions about optimal snack choices and pairings, snacking trends in work-from-home and on-the-go environments, and snacking benefits for nutrition and health.
- Addressing the Intersection of Sustainability and Nutrition: Guidance for Your PracticeLocation -VirtualDate -06/14/2022Time -1:00 - 2:15 PM EST
Description: Sustainable food practices continue to be top-of-mind for healthcare professionals and clients and patients alike. Increasingly, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) are addressing the intersection of sustainability and nutrition with their patients. Still, many are looking to deepen their knowledge of the topic and explore creative and approachable recommendations for everyone.
Join the PepsiCo Health and Nutrition Sciences team and our expert speakers as we share tools to help patients make more sustainable food choices.
- Unpacking Preconceptions About Packaged FoodsLocation -VirtualDate -04/12/2022Time -2:00 - 3:15 PM EST
Description: Food is emotional and, as dietitians, we acknowledge this emotional component when working with our clients. However, it’s easy to overlook the feelings we hold ourselves when it comes to recommending or avoiding certain foods and ingredients. Feedback from our December 2021 webinar “Lifting the Veil on How Food is Made: A Science-Based Discussion” suggests that even among health practitioners there is concern and/or uncertainty when it comes to processed foods and ingredients.
- Affordability and Nutrition in the American Diet: Strategies to Close Crucial Nutrient GapsLocation -VirtualDate -01/26/2022Time -2:00 - 3:00 PM EST
Description: Are you a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) working with budget-conscious patients and clients? RDNs know meeting recommended intakes for fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and dairy can be a challenge.
- Lifting the Veil on How Food is Made: A Science-Based DiscussionLocation -VirtualDate -12/14/2021Time -2:00-3:00 PM EST
Description: Do you get questions from patients or clients about processed foods and beverages? This topic is often met with uncertainty, curiosity, and skepticism. Join PepsiCo Health and Nutrition Sciences for an engaging discussion featuring food and nutrition experts as they tackle this topic, share science-based information and answer YOUR questions.
- Sharing Your “Good News Folder”Location -VirtualDate -10/26/2021Time -2-3 PM EST
Description: Have you ever attributed your career success to external reasons and not your true abilities, knowledge, or expertise? Do you know someone who believes they do not deserve professional accolades because they feel they are not competent or worthy?
- The Science of Sweetness: Taste and LearnLocation -VirtualDate -10/13/2021Time -4:00 -5:00 PM EST
Description: Why do some people taste sweetness differently than others? Why do some people have strong preferences for sweetness while others do not? Join the PepsiCo Health & Nutrition Sciences team as we take a page from wine tastings and lead you through an intimate virtual tasting of select beverages with our very own “Sweetness Sommelier,” Dr. John Hayes, Director of the Penn State Sensory Evaluation Center.
- Navigating FODMAPs in the Real World: Tips for PracticeLocation -VirtualDate -09/28/2021Time -2:00 -3:00 PM EST
Description: The Low FODMAP Diet* (LFD) is a therapeutic option for patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life. This eating pattern can be challenging to maintain without the proper guidance of a credentialed healthcare professional (HCP). In 2021, many patients have been leaving the comforts of controlled environments and re-entering social situations where food choices can make it difficult to manage their conditions, making the help of HCPs more relevant than ever.