Early Life Nutrition Alliance presents
Presented by Melanie McGrice (APD)
Thursday 3rd August @ 9:00am (AEST)
Melanie is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian, known for her expertise in fertility, prenatal and postnatal nutrition. With over 20 years of experience in the field, she has become a highly respected voice in the nutrition industry, both in Australia and internationally. Her dedication was rewarded when she won the coveted ‘Australian Dietitian of the Year’ in 2018.
In addition, Melanie is the founder of Nutrition Plus Clinic, a successful private practice, and the Early Life Nutrition Alliance. She also works as a media spokesperson and consultant for a number of leading health organisations and corporations.
About the webinar:
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) refers to the range of problems caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol. Evidence strongly suggests that FASD can cause physical defects, intellectual or cognitive disabilities in the offspring.
In this free webinar, Melanie will discuss the latest research on FASD, including its causes, risk factors, long-term consequence and impact of nutrition. She will also explore the challenges of diagnosing and managing FASD, as well as nutritional strategies for prevention.
About Early Life Nutrition Alliance webinars:
The Early Life Nutrition Alliance provides health care professionals with the most up-to-date research and practical advice for reproductive and prenatal nutrition. We host quarterly webinars (February, May, August and November) whereby we interview leading practitioners and researchers from around the world.
If you care for women who are trying to conceive or are pregnant, make sure that you don’t miss registering for our webinars.
For more information take a look at our website:
What is the cost of the webinar?
The webinar will be available at no cost for 7 days. After this time the webinar can be purchased for $30 USD at www.earlylifenutritionalliance.com
Who should register for the webinar?
Health care professionals such as; obstetricians, midwives, practice nurses, dietitians, fertility specialists and GP's.
Will there be a recording of the webinar available?
Yes, if you are registered, there will be a copy of the webinar emailed out afterwards. However, this will only be able to be viewed for 7 days.