Calorie Control Council CDR Accredited CPE Provider!

The Calorie Control Council is now a Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) accredited continuing professional education (CPE) provider.  Dietitians and Dietetic Technicians can now receive CPEs by viewing the recorded webinars and self-studies available on Health professionals can review and learn more about low-calorie sweeteners, the food additive approval process (including information on GRAS), putting research into perspective/context and more!! 

Health professionals can choose to review and study the following recorded webinars and/or self study for 1 CPE credit per recorded webinar/self study.  All of the educational materials are FREE!  To access the recorded webinars/self study, click here

Demystifying FDA's Food Ingredient Approval Process
FREE Self Study (1 CPE)
Dietitians and other health professionals hear questions every day about whether the foods in grocery stores or restaurants are healthy and safe. Processed foods, complex ingredient names, low-calorie sweeteners, and preservatives are just a few examples of ingredient-related questions asked by consumers. The RD is uniquely positioned to hear these questions and respond to them, but must be prepared to do so.

"Stevia: The Journey from GRAS to Grocery"
FREE Recorded Webinar  (1 CPE)
Dr. Claire Kruger, Dr. Mike Carakostas and Hope Warshaw, RD discuss the history of stevia, the safety assessment and how this ingredient is now being used in foods and beverages.

"From Bench to Broadcast: Putting Research into Perspective"
FREE Recorded Webinar (1 CPE)
With obesity and diabetes at epidemic proportions, the time to act is now. Practical, real world strategies related to weight and diabetes control must be provided to the general public to aid them in making better overall healthy lifestyle choices.

"Low and Reduced Calorie Sweeteners: Hot Topics From A to Z"
FREE Recorded Webinar (1 CPE)
This recorded webinar, provides scientifically based answers about low and reduced-calorie sweeteners.   Learn more about the food ingredient approval and GRAS processes.  Coming Soon!

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