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Mango Nutrition Toolkit for Health Professionals
As health professionals, you work with patients and clients every day on things like how to incorporate more healthy foods in their diets, how to fuel their body for optimum performance, and how to encourage their little ones to try a variety of foods. Our new Mango Nutrition Toolkit for Health Professionals covers all of this and more, plus lots of healthy and delicious recipes to incorporate more global flavors at mealtime.

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The King of Fruits: Mango’s Place in Latin American Cuisine & Culture

DESCRIPTION: Latino cultures are incredibly diverse with varied dietary patterns and palates, as well as cultural preferences, traditions and influences. Mangos are eaten throughout Latino communities both in the United States and abroad. During this webinar, you will learn how mangos fit into the principles of Culinary Medicine and discover the versatility of mangos with examples of how they fit into Latino cuisines. 

This 1-hour webinar is free and is approved for 1 Continuing Professional Education credit by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Upon completion of the webinar and prior to completing the Continuing Professional Education Self-Study Course please fill out the Assessment. Once you pass the self-study course you will be prompted to download your certificate.

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Mangos: The World Loves Them – Should Americans Follow? Unpacking the Science and Exploring Opportunities for New Discoveries

The mango is a tropical fruit with a distinctive nutritional and phytochemical composition. It’ s one of the world’s most popular fruits; however, mangos remain relatively unknown to many Americans, despite yearly domestic consumption growth and an expanding body of positive research findings. Learn more about the current research highlighting key health benefits of mango, culinary medicine applications and the global use of mango and its relevancy to cultural dietary patterns.

This 1.5-hour webinar is free and is approved for 1.25 Continuing Professional Education credits by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.


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Related Research

Mango Modulates Glucose and Lipid Parameters in High Fat Diet-Induced Obesity

Lucas EA, Li W, Peterson SK, et al. Mango modulates body fat and plasma glucose and lipids. British Journal of Nutrition. 2011;106:1495-1505.

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National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Study

O’Neil CE, Nicklas TA, Fulgoni VL. Mangoes are associated with better nutrient intake, diet quality, and levels of some cardiovascular risk factors: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences. 2013;3:185.

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Bone Density Research

Lucas EA, Brown A, Li W, et al. Mango modulates blood glucose similar to rosiglitazone without compromising bone parameters. Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences. 2012:2:115-126.

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Cancer Research, Phytochemical Attributes Study

Krenek, Kimberly A. (2009). HPLC AND Mass Spectroscopic Characterization of Mango (Mangifera Indica L.) Gallotannins Following Enzymatic Hydrolysis.

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