Webinar: The importance of fibre in diabetes care and overall health | Diabetes Qualified

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WEBINAR

2 Part Series

Duration

25 minutes each

Price

Free of charge

The importance of fibre in diabetes care and overall health

Online Courses


About the Webinar

Diabetes Qualified and Kellogg Nutrition have developed a two-part webinar series on the importance and role of fibre in diabetes care and overall health and wellbeing with a particular focus on whole grain and high fibregrain foods.

Webinar one looks at the different types of fibre and their food sources, and analyses our national fibre intake and looks at the impact this fibre inadequacy is having on our health and the Australian economy. It also explores  the role of fibre in the prevention and management of chronic diseases, specifically type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

The second webinar takes a closer look at how fibre can positively influence the gut microbiome and gives practical dietary recommendations to improve gut health and manage chronic disease by increasing dietary fibre intake.

The Webinar Series

Webinar 1 – 25 minutes

Learn about the different types of fibre and their food sources, and explore  the role of fibre in the prevention and management of chronic diseases, specifically type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Webinar 2 – 25 minutes

Learn how fibre can positively influence the gut microbiome and take away practical dietary recommendations to improve gut health and manage chronic disease by increasing dietary fibre intake.

Enrol in this Webinar Series

The importance of fibre in diabetes care and overall health

Online Courses

The importance of fibre in diabetes care and overall health

It is a COMPLUSORY PRE-REQUISITE that you have completed the initial face to face program before completing this Refresher program, otherwise you are not eligible to become a BEAT IT Trainer. BEAT IT Trainer Refresher includes six modules which have been developed by Accredited Exercise Physiologists, Accredited Practising Dietitians and Credentialled Diabetes Educators. The content covers chronic disease in Australia, the physical activity guidelines, diabetes, acute & chronic complications, exercise considerations and recommendations, and nutrition for physical activity.

In addition to refreshing BEAT IT Trainers with how to run a successful BEAT IT program, with the program now includes the added bonuses of advertising and ongoing support. A mark of greater than 80% in required in order to successfully complete the program requirements.

Prior to registering into the online course, it is your responsibly to ensure you have a current CPR certificate and have completed the BEAT IT Trainer face to face program.