About the course

Nutrition in Primary Care: Update and Controversies is an annual continuing medical education program designed to enhance primary care providers’ knowledge of applied nutritional biochemistry and the associated research literature pertaining to several conditions commonly encountered in clinical practice.
Course duration: 4 hr. 29 min.
Course syllabus: 56 pages

Presenter: Aileen Burford-Mason, PhD

Course content:

Dietary Modification of Dementia Risk (01:05)

Update on Heart Disease, Diet, and Nutritional Supplements (01:04)

Nutritional Support and Adrenal Fatigue (01:17)

Diet and Weight Loss: Risks, Benefits, and Currently Popular Strategies (01:03)

Complimentary access to this course is available for ISOM Members

Regular price $259.00