Canned Beans Can Do: Plant-Based Eating with Diabetes
As people with diabetes hear more about plant-based diets, they are also wondering how to make them manageable, delicious and sustainable for themselves and their families. With an emphasis on one distinct plant-based food that has been nourishing humans for at least 8,000 years – the bean – this webinar will examine research related to the health benefits of beans, bean-centric and plant-based diets, specific to people with diabetes. Blogger and Cookbook author, Mary Ellen Phipps, MPH, RDN, LD, will share strategies to determine which clients are best suited for a plant-based diet and how to help those clients increase their plant consumption. Featuring some of her favorite plant-based recipes, she will prepare delicious diabetes-friendly dishes (from appetizers to desserts!) that will resonate with RDNs who counsel individuals with Type 2 diabetes, Type 1 diabetes, those who are looking to add more plants to their diet and beyond.
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