The Wisdom of Eating Traditional Foods
|Dr. Liz Lipski, |
PhD, CCN, CHN
Please join us on Tuesday January 15th, 2013 at 4pm pacific / 7pm eastern as we host Dr. Liz Lipski, PhD, CCN, CHN for a webinar entitled "Traditional Foods in Health Promotion."
Since the beginning of human time people have passed knowledge about food, cultivation, and cooking methods down through generation after generation. Ancient wisdom enhanced mineral and nutrient bioavailability. Food and medicine were interwoven. Foods that were eaten were in harmony with our own biology. Since the industrial revolution all of this has changed, so that now what most of us consider to be food would be unrecognizable to George Washington or Dolly Madison. In traditional cultures, balancing health with lifestyle was a core belief. The diseases of modern civilization were rare. This session will focus on the wisdom of traditional foods. We’ll also look at the health benefits when even small amounts of these foods are added back into the diet.
Liz Lipski, PhD, CCN, CHN, is board certified in Clinical Nutrition & Holistic Nutrition. She is nationally known for her pioneering work and expertise in the field of nutrition, food allergy and sensitivity, and digestive health. Until recently she was the Director of Doctoral Studies and Educational Director at
. Liz is currently the
Education Director of the Nutrition and Integrative Health Department at the
Tai Sophia Institute, the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), and the
Autism Research Institute. She is on the advisory board for Food as Medicine. Hawthorn University
Dr. Lipski is the author of Digestive Wellness now in its 4th edition, Digestive Wellness for Children, & Leaky Gut Syndrome. Rodale press will be releasing her latest title, The Digestion Connection, January 2013.
Liz offers 10-month professional webinar mentoring groups to nutritionists, dietitians, and other clinicians who want to get hands on training in whole foods and functional nutrition.
To participate online and to view the webinar CLICK HERE and follow the online registration instructions:
To hear the webinar, you are given a choice of either listening over your computer speakers or over the phone when you log in. By default, it sets to your computer speakers. You can use a phone to listen in by selecting the phone option when you log on and then by dialing the number, access code and pin that is given on your Webinar Control Panel. Participants may ask questions by typing them in during the webinar. Please note: All audience members are muted by default when they log on.
The webinar will begin promptly at 4:00 pm pacific, 7:00 pm eastern.
The webinar and webinar format is an opportunity to share information resources and learn together in real time.
If you are unable to join during the live presentation, please note that webinars are recorded and available on the student website under archived webinars and also under the Webinar Archives section of the Hawthorn website.