Webinar: How to Read a Food Label

Join us for our first online education seminar led by registered dietitian Meagan Butler. Each seminar in this series will give you tips and advice to help you lead a healthy and nutritious lifestyle.

What does added sugar mean? How do I know if I’m getting the proper nutrients for a bariatric diet? We all know reading food labels can be challenging so let us help you through it. Join New Jersey Bariatric Center dietitian Meagan Butler as she teaches you all you need to know about reading nutrition labels. During this webinar you will learn how to read various parts of a label correctly including serving size, calories, ingredient lists and more.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 12 at 6:30 pm

WHERE: Online! Register at https://njbc.webinato.com/webcasts

About Our Presenter

Meagan Butler is a registered dietitian and is New Jersey Bariatric Center’s Nutrition Coordinator, providing nutritional counseling for bariatric surgery and medical weight loss patients in our Springfield and Hoboken locations. Meagan leads the New Jersey Bariatric Center® Support Group on the third Tuesday of the month at the Springfield office and conducts a weekly pre-operative education class for surgical patients. She has experience with weight management and its related illnesses, including diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. She has also completed a Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management through the Commission on Dietetic Registration for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Questions? Call us at 908-481-1270

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    By: New Jersey Bariatric Center Staff

    New Jersey Bariatric Center®, a medical & surgical weight loss center with offices in Springfield, Somerset, Hoboken, East Brunswick and Hackettstown, New Jersey, helps patients achieve long-term weight loss success through the most advanced bariatric surgery procedures, including gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, gastric band and gastric balloon procedures. Led by the team of Drs. Ajay Goyal, Angela Jack Glasnapp, James Buwen and Tina Thomas. New Jersey Bariatric Center®’s approach to patient care has resulted in zero mortalities and a complication rate that is lower than the national average.

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