Choosing a healthy diet can be a positive "Self-Help" technique in managing your arthritis. In this webinar, we will address guidelines for choosing healthy diets, with specific emphasis on anti-inflammatory approaches.  "Eat to Beat Joint Inflammation" will enhance your quality of life.

Attendee Takeaways:

  • Learn about resources that enable you to incorporate cultural food preferences in following an anti-inflammatory diet.
  • Find out about risk factors that are associated with inflammation 
  • Discover the benefits of specific supplements in managing arthritis. 


Who Should Attend:
Anyone interested in learning more about nutrition and eating for wellness.

This webinar is sponsored by an educational grant from Pfizer Inc., and Forest Laboratories, Inc.

Webinar Information
Date Presented:
April 24, 2013 12:30 PM Eastern
1 hour
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Eat to Beat Joint Inflammation
Geraldine Jaffe, MA, RD, CD/N 

Geraldine Jaffe is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist with extensive experience in the clinical and public health issues of arthritis. Gerrie earned her BS degree at Hunter College and an MA degree in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics from New York University. In the early years of her career, she was a Vacation Relief Dietitian at Hospital for Special Surgery. Subsequently, she worked at Hospital for Joint Diseases, becoming the Chief Dietitian.

Her career changed course, when as a new mom, she contracted Lyme disease followed by reactive arthritis and fibromyalgia. During this period, she became involved with the Arthritis Foundation – New York Chapter, where she has served in a variety of roles for more than 15 years. She has also served at the national level as an Arthritis Advocate and as a former member of the Arthritis Foundation Public Policy Committee.  She is committed to patient education for children and adults with chronic forms of arthritis, using disease management approaches including nutrition interventions

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