OHSU Oregon Nutrition Day 2016

  • Event
  • Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Please join the OHSU Moore Institute for Nutrition & Wellness for

Oregon Nutrition Day 2016 - Appetite: Why do we eat what we eat?

Keynote speaker: Michael Moss
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter formerly with The New York Times and author
of the #1 New York Times Bestseller: Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), Auditorium

$25.00 per attendee (Lunch & light refreshments included)
Please register early as space is limited. Register at: www.ohsu.edu/mooreinstitute

Additional speakers and topics:

“Navigating Hidden Sugar: The Not-So-Sweet Truth about Added Sweeteners in Our Diet”
Courtney Jackson, ND & Julie Briley, ND
Co-founders, Food as Medicine Institute, National College of Natural Medicine

“Mindful Cooking: Simple, Nourishing Meals for a Hectic Week”
Brian Frank, MD, Assistant Professor, Family Medicine Department, OHSU
Jennifer Bryman, President & Culinary Director, The Heart’s Kitchen

“Pickles and Ice Cream – Why Pregnant Women Crave What They Do”
Christie Naze, RD, LD, CDE, Clinical Dietitian and Diabetes Educator, Center for Women’s Health, OHSU

“Wired to Eat: Brain Pathways and the Foods We Eat”
Jonathan Purnell, MD, Professor of Medicine, Knight Cardiovascular Institute and Division of Endocrinology,
Associate Director, Moore Institute for Nutrition and Wellness, OHSU

“Why Nutrition is More Important Than We Thought”
Kent Thornburg, PhD, M. Lowell Edwards Chair, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine,
Director, Center for Developmental Health, Knight Cardiovascular Institute,
Director, Moore Institute for Nutrition & Wellness, OHSU

“Maternal Nutrition Effects on Offspring Brain Development”
Cadence True, PhD, Staff Scientist, Division of Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism,
Oregon National Primate Research Center, OHSU

“Women’s Health in India”
Chittaranjan Yajnik, MD, FRC, Director, Diabetes Unit,
King Edward Memorial Hospital and Research Centre, Pune, India

Please join us for this important conversation about what drives our appetite, how our culture influences a healthy or unhealthy diet and how our food choices influence our own health as well as the long term health of our children.