September 2017 IFSN Seminar

Polyphenol Bioavailability: A Not-So-Simple Story

Dr. Janet A Novotny, USDA Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center, will present a webinar titled “Polyphenol Bioavailability: A Not-So-Simple Story” from 3-4pm Eastern on September 18, 2017. The seminar can be viewed via Adobe Connect as well as in Room 2311 of the Waterfront Building, Washington, DC. This seminar has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 1.0 Continuing Professional Education Unit (CEU).* 
 
This seminar is part of the Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition (IFSN) Seminar Series.  These monthly seminars aim to disseminate new knowledge; engage with partners and stakeholders; and inspire the next generation of food safety and nutrition experts.  For full information on the series, visit the seminar webpage
 

Seminar Overview

Diets high in polyphenols are associated with numerous health benefits, particularly related to decreased risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.  Optimizing bioavailability is an important aspect of delivering these health benefits.  However, recent studies have revealed surprising complexities in factors affecting inter-individual variability in polyphenol bioavailability.  Participants will learn about new research to characterize these surprising aspects of polyphenol bioavailability and to identify the mechanisms driving different gastro-intestinal absorptive behavior. 
 

Presenter

Janet A. Novotny, PhD, USDA Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center
 

Join Live

Linkhttps://nifa-connect.nifa.usda.gov/ifsnseminar2017/
Phone:  1-888-844-9904
Code: 1700775
 
*Registered Dietician Nutritionists (RDNs) or Nutrition and Dietetics Technicians, Registered (NDTRs) who attend this seminar and wish to receive the CEU certificate please e-mail Mallory M. Koenings  
 

Event Details

Start Date:
Monday, September 18, 2017 - 3:00pm
End Date:
Monday, September 18, 2017 - 4:00pm
Location:
Waterfront Building, Room 2311, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Event Type:
Webinar