Thursday 20 January 2022 at 7pm GMT
Raising Kids on a Plant-Based Diet: A practical and informative overview
with Sam Gould, Registered Dietitian
Hosted by Rohini Bajekal, Nutritionist & Board Member of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK
(CPD Accredited with 1 CPD Hour from the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine and CME accredited for the LM MOC)
By the end of the presentation, you should feel more confident knowing what nutrients are important for children following plant-based diets. If you are a healthcare provider, you should feel more confident supporting your patients following a plant-based diet.
Why should I join this webinar?
- Learn about the 10 key nutrients that require special attention for children following plant based diets and why they are important.
- Be able to give examples of foods that provide these nutrients.
- Explain how absorption of key nutrients can be maximised in a practical sense.
About the speaker
Sam qualified as a dietitian in 2017 and is currently working as a paediatric dietitian at Bristol Children’s Hospital in the UK. Her current role is split between inpatient and outpatient work where she sees children with a wide variety of conditions including renal disease, respiratory issues, selective eating, faltering growth and tube feeding. Her specialist interest is plant-based diets for children and has recently given a talk at the British Dietetic Association’s Annual General Meeting on this subject.
Sam has been vegan for 15 years and is currently raising a vegan toddler. Sam has been published in a number of publications including Women’s Health, Which? and Dietetics Today. She has also given talks at Vegfest and contributed to the Winchester Plant-based nutrition course on behalf of PBHP UK.
Follow Sam on Instagram @the.vegan.dietitian
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