August 17, 2017 (Boca Raton, FL) – The Cardiometabolic Health Congress (CMHC) has officially partnered with Nutrition Today, an official partner publication of the American Society for Nutrition (ASN), in order to further promote the value and significance of healthy nutrition and wellness–and its impact on cardiometabolic disease.
Nutrition Today is designed to assist and educate healthcare practitioners and professionals on the most current topics in the field of health and nutrition. Its peer-reviewed articles focus on the food business, communicating wellness and nutrition practices, the politics of food, the role of bioactive food ingredients like probiotics in chronic disease, sports nutrition, and other subjects related to the field.
CMHC provides both online education and live events, engineered to allow busy practitioners the ability to stay abreast of evolving research, clinical practice advances, and continuing education in cardiometabolic disease prevention and management. CMHC's education spans live and digital communications, coupled with its national and regional conferences throughout the year. The organization's overarching goal is to deliver effective practices and protocols to treat the rapidly increasing, and increasingly critical, trend of cardiometabolic disease.
About the Cardiometabolic Health Congress
The Cardiometabolic Health Congress (CMHC) is more than an annual conference or regional meeting. Cardiometabolichealth.org provides a single point of access for busy practitioners to stay abreast of evolving science, clinical practice advances, and continuing education in cardiometabolic disease prevention and management. CMHC provides a comprehensive and holistic platform of clinical education, spanning live and digital communications that extend the energy and experience of our national and regional conferences, and delivers information to a wider audience of frontline clinicians with vested interests in cardiometabolic health.
To learn more, register for any event, enroll in any training program, or exhibit at an A4M Conference, please contact the office of Cardiometabolic Health Congress: