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Nutritional Trends and Implications for Weight Loss Surgery

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Obesity rates in the U.S are at an all-time high.  Health care costs of obesity range from $147 to $210 billion per year. Nutritional Trends and Implications for Weight Loss Surgery is a timely topic. Tune into this webinar for an in-depth discussion on the various types of weight loss surgery, who is a good candidate for weight loss surgery and the benefits and complications of these surgeries.

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe and  list the types of bariatric surgeries.

2. Identify current practice guidelines for MNT in bariatrics.

3. Identify key factors in pre-op assessments for long-term success.


Presented by:

Ashley McCartney, MS, RD, LDN



Bariatrics / General Surgery

Carle Hospital

Urbana, IL


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