Lindsey is pleased to provide presentations on the following topics at conferences and seminars for professionals and families alike. Additional topics are available upon request when given sufficient development lead-time. Cost per session is determined on a case by case basis.
The Role of Infant Feeding in the Prevention of Obesity
Objective: Recognize the role of infant feeding in the development of hunger, satiety, and energy expenditure. Discuss optimal feeding techniques and tools used for intervention in breastfed babies.
Topics of Discussion: What’s New in Pediatric Obesity Rates, Protective Effects of Breastfeeding vs. Bottle Feeding in Appetite Regulation, Paced Bottle Feeding Technique, Flavor Learning: Role of Maternal Diet in Infant Food Acceptance and Palatability, Role of Breast Milk Hormones in Weight Gain and Appetite, How Can We Use This Information?
The No-No’s That Cause Digestive Woes: Food Intolerance in the Breastfed Baby
Objective: Understand the development of the infant immune system and the influence of maternal nutrition and health throughout pregnancy and lactation. Identify clinical symptoms signifying the need for a nutrition intervention via maternal diet.
Topics of Discussion: Food Allergies vs. Intolerance, Signs and Symptoms, Etiology of Food Sensitivities: Establishing Immunity and Role of Pregnancy and Lactation, Treatment and Management: Role of Maternal Nutrition and Elimination Diet, Role of the Perinatal Practitioner
The Supercharged Maternal Diet: Lactogenic Foods and Milk Supply
Objective: Review the benefits of maternal diet on milk production and discuss specific foods that may alter the quality and quantity of mother’s milk.
Topics of Discussion: Role of Maternal Diet in Milk Production, Cultural Food Traditions for Breastfeeding Mothers, Lactogenic Foods: Nutritional Composition, Fatty Acids: Benefits of Omega 3’s in Altering Fat Quality of Mothers Milk, Flavor Learning: Role of Maternal Diet in Infant Food Acceptance and Palatability
Role of Healthcare Practitioner in Lactation Support
Objective: Discuss the impact of breastfeeding support in an outpatient setting. This session caters toward practitioners in OB/GYN, Family Practice, Pediatric offices, and for those who work directly with mom and baby dyads in other facilities.
Topics of Discussion: Obstacles to Initiation and Continuation, CDC Breastfeeding Rates, Healthy People 2020 Breastfeeding Goals, Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative, Breast Milk Composition, Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom and Baby, How Can We Help?
Basics of Supplementation for the Breastfed Baby: Deciphering The Nutritional Jargon of Artificial Milk
Objective: Learn about the role of supplementation in the breastfed baby. This session is directed toward lactation consultants, doulas, nurses, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and other practitioners providing maternal/infant support.
Topics of Discussion: How to support the mom/baby dyad who may find the need for supplementation, What Comes First: Differences in Artificial Milk by Label Claim, Nutritional Composition of Artificial Milk vs. Breastmilk, How to Support Optimal Breastfeeding Practices During Temporary Supplementation, The Role of The Practitioner: How Can We Help?
Nutritional Implications of Breastfeeding
Objective: Discuss the role of lactation in the progression of nutrition-related health outcomes for mom and baby. Recognize the current breastfeeding rates in the US and the barriers of reaching the Healthy People 2020 goal.
Topics of Discussion: Benefits for Mom and Baby, Obstacles to Initiation and Continuation, CDC Breastfeeding Rates, Healthy People 2020 Breastfeeding Goals, Protective Effects of Breastfeeding vs. Bottle Feeding in Long-term Appetite Regulation, Flavor Learning: Role of Maternal Diet in Infant Food Acceptance and Palatability, Breast Milk Composition
How Can We Use This Information?
Conference and seminar sessions will be catered to meet the needs of the audience. Requests for personalized topics are welcomed. Length, travel distance, and number of attending professionals will determine the session fee. For more information or to book a session, contact Lindsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.