Recorded Webinar: Spring Fling: A Journey Through the Seasons - Making the Most Out of the Seasonal Produce and The Complementary Herbs and Spices That Accompany Them
Suggested CDR Learning Needs Codes: 8060, 8090, 8100, 8130
Suggested CDR Performance Indicators: 8.4.1, 8.4.2, 8.4.3
CPE Level 2
CDR Activity Type 175
This is Part 2 of a 4-part webinar series. Register for the other Parts below at a discounted rate of $60 by adding all 4 webinars to your shopping cart and applying coupon code SEASONSMIX at checkout! Please note: this discount applies only to non-CE Club Members.
Dietitians are always encouraging clients to eat more fruits and vegetables. But, when a client asks you what herbs and spices complement their seasonal produce, do you know what to tell them? Each season has a wealth of fresh produce depending on the region you live in. Many herbs and spices pair nicely with the produce but it can be a challenge to figure this out. There are distinctive flavors from herbs and spices that work well together, not to mention the many health benefits a client can receive from adding these to their daily cooking.
With the arrival of spring, local produce starts to make its return to market. In part two of the series, Spring Fling, Shayna Komar, RD, LD, and Chef Nancy Waldeck will provide recipes, tips, and ideas for RDs to use to guide their clients in using seasonal produce. In Spring Fling, Shayna and Nancy will highlight:
- Bok Choy
The live version of this webinar was presented by Shayna Komar RD, LD, and Chef Nancy Waldeck, on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 from 2-3 pm ET. This recorded version is approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit. RDs should list code 175 for this activity type.
After completing this continuing education course, nutrition professionals should be able to:
- Recommend regional, seasonal produce with complimentary herbs and spices.
- Provide clients with 7 recipes per webinar based on the seasonal produce.
- Demonstrate tips and techniques that will assist the home cook with the provided recipes.
- Direct clients to resources on the produce in their area.
- Discuss evidence-based health benefits of herbs and spices in relation to a healthy well -balanced food plan.
Shayna Komar is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian in Atlanta, GA. She completed her undergraduate degree in Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise at Virginia Tech and her dietetic internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Shayna currently contracts with Cancer Wellness of Piedmont Hospital where she provides individual nutrition counseling, cooking classes and group lectures for cancer patients and caregivers. Shayna was the proud recipient of the 2006 Distinguished Dietitian of the Year award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Academy). She has presented nutrition lectures all over the United States including Las Vegas, NV for the Oncology Nursing Society, Greenville, SC for the Healing Journey’s Cancer Survivor Conference, and Philadelphia, PA for the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Annual Conference. In 2013 she was on the Academy’s Speakers Bureau for oncology dietitians. She has been featured as a nutrition expert on Fox News Atlanta, CNN Accent Health, WSBTV Radio, and most recently, 11Alive Atlanta and Company. She writes weekly with her colleague, Chef Nancy Waldeck, on their blog livingandeatingwell.com on the health benefits of spices. Shayna is an avid fitness enthusiast and has been teaching group fitness classes for 20 years. She stays busy at home with her own “sports team” comprised of three young sons and her husband.
Healthy Chef, Partyologist Nancy Waldeck's exuberant approach to healthy cuisine and fun wine leads her to deliver over 100 classes a year in interesting locations - including United States embassies; corporate offices like Google, Southern Company and Norfolk Southern; Hospital Wellness Centers; regular segments on NBC Atlanta and Company; farmers markets; and conferences from 10 to 1000. Nancy loves to partner with Shayna to translate dietetic information and put it into kitchen action for the Thomas F Chapman Family Cancer Wellness Center in Atlanta and other groups interested in eating well and cooking better.
Shayna Komar and Nancy Waldeck have no relevant disclosures to report. They have certified that no conflict of interest exists for this program. View our disclosure policy.
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