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Resources for the Ketogenic Diet
In this section, you will find key support materials for the use of our products within the ketogenic diet which includes, product guidelines, case studies and videos. These materials have been developed in conjunction with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and healthcare professionals, to enhance your learning and knowledge.

Programs for Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
The Therapeutic Role of Medium Chain Triglycerides

 

Speaker: ​Evan Berk, PhD, Global R&D Lead, Metabolic Health, Nestle Health Science

This program was recorded on ​October 30, 2019

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain an understanding of what are medium chain triglycerides
  2. Historical uses of MCTs as a therapeutic agent in disease management
  3. Emerging and novel application of MCT for disease management

 

RDs and DTRs practicing in the US may log CPE activities under Activity Type 175 for up to three years from the original presentation date. This program is eligible for 1 CPEU. The activity number for viewing the recording through October 30, 2022 is 152215 (level 1,2,3).

Vitaflo will not provide a CE certificate for this activity. We encourage individuals to follow CDR guidance: Documentation to Retain: Print-out of hosting website. Please print this page for your records. To learn more about submitting this activity type visit CDR.

The Therapeutic Role of Medium Chain Triglycerides Edited from Vitaflo USA.

 

Low Ratio, Slow Outpatient Ketogenic Diet Initiation

Speaker(s):Jennifer Fabe BSc. MSc. R.D. McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences and Matthew’s Friends Canada.

This program recorded on March 19, 2019

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the low ratio, slow outpatient initiation method at McMaster Children’s Hospital
  • Review safety and tolerability data of low and slow method
  • Provide general overview of methods for titration of the various types of ketogenic diets
  • Review sustainability of outpatient method using a food exchange system

RDs and DTRs practicing in the US may log CPE activities under Activity Type 175 for up to three years from the original presentation date. This program is eligible for 1 CPEU. The activity number for viewing the recording through March, 2022 is 147921 (level 1,2,3). Vitaflo will not provide a CE certificate for this activity. We encourage individuals to follow CDR guidance: Documentation to Retain: Print-out of hosting website. Please print this page for your records. To learn more about submitting this activity type visit CDR.
https://www.cdrnet.org/new-recorded-preapproved-CPE-activity-type


The Ketogenic Diet for GLUT-1 and PDH: Practical Implementation and Considerations for Long-Term Use

Speaker(s): Wes Lowman, RD

This program was recorded on November 8th, 2018.

Learning Objectives:

  • Overview of GLUT-1 and PDH
  • Describe the practical implementation of the classic ketogenic diet
  • Explain considerations for long term use of the ketogenic diet
  • Review case examples and patient experiences on the ketogenic diet

RDs and DTRs practicing in the US may log CPE activities under Activity Type 175 for up to three years from the original presentation date. This program is eligible for 1 CPEU. The activity number for viewing the recording through November 8th, 2021 is 145118 (levels 1,2,3).

To learn more about submitting this activity type visit CDR

Videos

SSIEM Rome 2016 - The Power of Ketogenic Diets in Glut 1D and Metabolic Disease

Case Studies
A case study of the successful use of betaquik to implement an MCT ketogenic diet in a child with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC).

Describes how betaquik was used with Patient A, a young girl with a diagnosis of TSC associated epilepsy.
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