If you work with aging adults you’ll love this course!
Food and Fitness after 50 is a practical book that translates scientific research into simple, actionable steps designed to help adults manage food choices and fitness strategies as they navigate their 50s, 60s, and beyond. The authors share personal experiences and offer a common-sense approach to help readers learn what it takes to control food choices and fitness. Each section of the book equips readers with the five Cs needed to reach the 6th and most important C: Control. The five Cs include:
- Clarity of science to understand the hows and whys of food and fitness
- Confronting the myths and untangling common food and fitness myths
- Confidence to choose healthy foods and the best exercise strategies to see real changes
- Consistency of advice to help you quickly find the most relevant information
- Concise information to help you hone in on the most critical information
The book is divided into three sections: Eat Well, Move Well, and Be Well. Each section uses the normal aging process to anchor the recommendations. The information in this book can assist you to help your clients learn how to embrace aging, accept challenges, and gain the confidence to eat well, move well and be well.
Course includes hard copy book and 1 certificate.
Already have the book? Under “Product Options” simply choose “Additional Certificate” to purchase the CPE Self-Study Program.
Navigating the details of the MDS is fraught with peril; this course helps to guide you correctly along the way.
After completing this continuing professional education course, the learner should be able to:
- Explain how a healthy eating pattern and food choices provides a balance of nutrients
- Define appropriate protein choices to preserve lean body mass
- Describe the connection between diet, exercise and wellness
- Assess hydration strategies and appropriate beverage selections
- Evaluate the role of dietary supplements in a healthy eating plan
- Examine dimensions of fitness and physical activity
- List the benefits of strength training and healthy eating
- Design an eating plan that supports body weight and fitness goals
- Clarify myths about healthy eating and weight management
- State five age related changes in vitamin and mineral needs
- Clarify the science on balance, flexibility and agility
- Understand the science on aging and chronic conditions/diseases
- Define good nutrition and fitness strategies to reduce the risk of chronic diseases
This course is intended for: RDNs and NDTRs
CDR Activity Number: 138333 Self Study Activity Type: 720 Printed
CPE Level: 2
Suggested CDR Learning Needs Codes:
- 4060 Exercise, fitness and sports nutrition
- 4040 Disease prevention and health promotion
- 4190 Elderly nutrition
- 3030 Anthropometrics and body composition
Suggested CDR Performance Indicators:
- 4.1.2 Interprets and integrates evidence-and research and literature in decision making
- 8.1.4 Demonstrates knowledge of nutrient requirements throughout the life span and their role in health promotion and disease management
- 8.3.6 Keeps abreast of current nutrition and dietetics knowledge and trends
- 9.6 Uses effective counseling and coaching skills and strategies in practice
Note: Numerous other CDR Learning Need Codes and Performance Indicators may apply.
This course has been submitted for approval by the Certifying Board of Dietary Managers (CDBM).
Hours: 6 General CE
Approval Number: 165028
Each CDM in attendance will be required to report their CE hours by logging into their online account at www.ANFPonline.org.
CDMs are to retain a copy of the certificate of completion in the event they are audited.
From CBDM: “All CBDM Prior Approved programs are subjected to the CE hour limitations for a program type as defined by CBDM policy. For more information, please refer to The CBDM Guide to Maintaining your Credential”.
Christine Rosenbloom PhD, RDN, FAND started Chris Rosenbloom Food and Nutrition Services, LLC, in 2010 after a 30-year career in academia at Georgia State University, including positions as a department chair and associate dean for academics. She provides a wide range of nutrition consulting services, from speaking to professional and consumer audiences to writing research and review papers for peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Rosenbloom’s research has been published in top tier peer-reviewed journals. She is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the practice group of Sport, Wellness and Cardiovascular Nutrition (SCAN), and was chair of SCAN.
Bob Murray PhD, FACSM is managing principal of Sports Science Insights, LLC, a consulting group that assists companies and organizations in need of targeted expertise in exercise science and sports nutrition. SSI’s clients range from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. Bob is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and an honorary member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Dr. Murray was the director of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI) from 1985 to 2008, leading a team of exercise and nutrition scientists, along with external advisors and researchers, to develop the wide-ranging scientific and education offerings of GSSI.