Provider: ACE - American Council On Exercise
Type: Online Course
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Recorded Video
CEC Credits: ACE 0.2 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 2.0 CECs, CBRN - California Board of Registered Nursing 1.0 CECs, CDR - Commission on Dietetic Registration 1.0 CPEUs

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An Overview of Guiding Clients Through Lifestyle Intervention

More and more exercise and health professionals are working closely with clients with chronic diseases related to their lifestyle. It’s important to provide these clients evidence-based information on what to do, how to do it and direction on referrals while guiding them through lifestyle change.

Personalized nutrition uses diagnostic tools to identify how a person’s unique molecular and genetic profile might predispose them to or protect them from certain diseases. This information can then be used to tailor interventions i.e. diet, exercise, medication, etc. While personalized nutrition plans are outside the scope of practice for exercise professionals, a better understanding of what genetic and epigenetic factors may impact a client’s lifestyle, disease risk and ultimately their health is essential to providing the best care and service.

In this webinar, you will first learn some of the terminology used in personalized health exploration and review applications examples of personalized lifestyle interventions. Then, you will examine the benefits (i.e. not one size fits all approach), risks (i.e. elitism, patient privacy and identifying untreatable life-altering diseases) and applications to lifestyle interventions more closely.

Led by Dominique Adair, MS., RD., a nutrition and fitness advisor, public speaker, educator, writer and President of Adair Fitness & Nutrition along with Alison Steiber, Ph.D., a registered dietician nutritionist and Chief Science Officer at the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, this two part series will provide an introduction to biological and genetic factors that affect your clients so that you can better help them along their journey toward better health.

Upon completion, you will be able to:

• Understand the terminology used in discussion of personalized medicine

• Understand lifestyle interventions, specifically nutrition, as they relate to individualized dietary education

• Debate the pros and cons of personalized lifestyle interventions

• Understand how and where to pursue qualified developments in this field

• Determine whether incorporating aspects of these innovations into your practice has merit

CEC Credits

Approved by the following organizations for continuing education hours:

ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine
2.0 CECs

ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine CEC Approval

The American College of Sports Medicine's Professional Education Committee certifies that "American Council on Exercise" meets the criteria for official ACSM Approved Provider status from (2021 - December 2023). Providership # 687637

CBRN - California Board of Registered Nursing
1.0 CECs
CDR - Commission on Dietetic Registration
1.0 CPEUs

Reviews

Excellent course but the title should be adjusted.

This webinar is poorly named, and therefore incredibly disappointing. I would not have purchased this if the title reflected its content. It should have been named: Application of Genetic Testing to Lifestyle Medicine. The focus was totally on genetics and practice and there was nothing about "Nutrition for Health Promotion," which is the title of this CEU course. I hate to give a bad review but the only value was the CEUs, otherwise it was a waste of money and my time as I had no interest in the information. If ACE hired these RDs to talk about nutrition for health promotion, they completely dropped the ball. (And I say this as a fellow RD.)

This information was very elementary. My biggest issue with this 2 hour module was the presenter's repetitive use of the word, "RIGHT?" throughout the presentation. It is a distracting habit and so annoying to hear a speaker say, "RIGHT" about 10 times a minute throughout the presentation. It is a terrible verbal habit for a supposed seasoned speaker trying to deliver an important message. She should listen back to the entire presentation and count how many times she says it. It's at least 200 times.

Very technical and not very engaging presentation. I was hoping for something a bit more applicable to everyday life.