Nutrition’s role, including the impact of myo-inositol in supporting insulin sensitivity

Nutrition’s role, including the impact of myo-inositol in supporting insulin sensitivity

Endocrinology
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Overview

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There are several factors that may affect insulin sensitivity with nutrition being one of the key modulators. Evidence have shown that nutrition can modulate insulin sensitivity independently of weight loss or energy restriction. This learning activity discusses the potential nutritional factors associated with insulin sensitivity, highlighting the role of inositol in supporting insulin sensitivity as well as the role of supplementation of micronutrients as an adjuvant treatment for type 2 diabetes.


Presenter:

John Sievenpiper, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Associate Professor, 

Department of Nutritional Sciences

University of Toronto

• Lecture

• Q&A session


Who should participate:

• Doctors


NOTE :

Please watch the video before attempting the assessment questions.


Terms & Conditions:

■ Participants must obtain a minimum score of 8/10 (80%) to be awarded 1 point.

■ MIMS Education and MIMS Medica shall not be responsible or liable for the outcome of your CPD points


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