MaineGeneral Health, 35 Medical Center Parkway Augusta, ME 04330 8am - 3:30pm
Eat for the Health of it! Our 2017 conference will be held at MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta on Monday, April 10th, 8:00am-3:30pm.
8:00 Registration, Breakfast, and Exhibits
9:00 Keynote: Dr. Saray Stancic “A Prescription for a Plant-Based Diet”
10:15 Exhibits & cooking demo with Tom Mellette of MaineGeneral: Thai Noodles with Marinated Tofu and Vegetables. Click here to download the recipe!
10:30 Session 1: Dr. John Jemison “H2O: What You Need to Know”
11:30 Let's Go! Program - Making a Difference with Amy Bouchard, MS, RD of Let's Go! 5210
12:00 Lunch & Exhibits
12:45 Scholarships & Awards
1:00 Panel Discussion: The Role of Diet & Nutrition in Disease Prevention
Panelists include: Dr. Steven Feder (Lincoln Medical Partners), Venus Gilley Presentation (RD & Diabetes Educator at MaineGeneral), Donna Walsh Presentation (Certified Specialist Oncology Nutrition, MaineGeneral).
2:00 Session 2: Dr. Saray Stancic “Managing Autoimmune Disease Using Our Dinner Plate”
2:45 Plant Parts Yoga with Jada Wensman, FoodCorps
3:00 Closing Remarks
3:15 Evaluation & Door Prizes
Keynote Speaker: Saray Stancic, MD, is the founder of Stancic Health & Wellness in Ramsey, NJ, a unique and innovative practice whose mission is to educate and empower patients to achieve optimal health via lifestyle modification. Her focus is shedding light on the building body of scientific data supporting the importance of optimal nutrition in disease prevention. The concept for this practice came in response to her experiences as a physician for more than 20 years and as a patient with multiple sclerosis. Learn about her here: http://www.stancichealthandwellness.com/home.html
Topics for the day include: Prescription for a Plant-Based Diet, H2O: What You Need To Know, Managing Autoimmune Disease Using Our Dinner Plate, and a panel discussion on the role of diet and nutrition in disease prevention.
Speakers and panelists include: Dr. Saray Stancic, Dr. John Jemison, Dr. Steven Feder, Donna Walsh, Venus Gilley, and Tom Mellette.
Online registration hopefully coming soon!
Registration Deadline: March 31, 2017 – Please mail forms and make checks payable to:
The Maine Nutrition Council
PO Box 246
Augusta, ME 04330
For exhibitor and sponsor information please contact Kelsey Fortin at email@example.com
(certificates for 6 contact hours will be awarded to each participant that completes the conference)
Kennebec Valley Community College, US Route 201, Hinckley, Maine
Challenges and Trends in Nutrition. To register, download the form. Featuring speakers: Michael Pistiner, MD, MMSc is a pediatric allergist for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. He is co-founder and content creator of AllergyHome and serves as a voluntary consultant for the Mass. Dept. of Public Health, School Health Services. Mary Ellen Camire, PhD, CFS is a Professor of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Maine School of Food & Agriculture.
University of Maine at Farmington 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Join us on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, on the University of Maine at Farmington campus, and join in on the conversation about how we will feed the next generation to produce healthy, productive adults. When it comes down to it, much of our lives and our children’s lives center around food. Are we giving them the best start possible? Are we teaching them healthy habits that will carry them through and be passed on to future generations? Are we supporting healthy attitudes towards food? Download the conference brochure.
Haraseeket Inn, Freeport, ME 7:30 AM -3:30 PM
Do you ever wonder where your food comes from? Come learn how to make informed consumer choices and promote sustainable agriculture practices. Download the conference brochure.
1. To provide accurate, science- based information in order to make informed decisions regarding food and food systems.
2. Connection with local food sources.
3. To facilitate a connection between nutrition educators and food producers.