Everyone enjoys eating food each and every day. However, we often hear about outbreaks of foodborne illness or how foods are being impacted by pesticides and environmental factors. Join us for this informative webinar which will help you to buy, prepare and store food safely.

In this webinar, Safe Food for a Healthy You, you will learn…

The most common foodborne illness, and how to avoid them when handling, preparing, and storing foodHow to keep safe when eating foods outside the home and when travelingThe science behind how researchers determine the safety of food additive and preservative.What are genetically modified organisms and are they safe to eat?What are the benefits and drawbacks of buying and eating organic foods?What is the impact of pesticides and environmental residues on foods and the food supply? 



Julie Moreschi, MS, RND, LND has always been interested in food and its impact on our health and well-being. She pursued this passion in pursuing her BS degree in Nutrition from Bradley University (Peoria, IL) and her MS in Nutrition from Rush University (Chicago, IL). She also completed her dietetic internship at Rush University thus allowing her to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

Julie’s professional interests lie primarily in the areas of community nutrition, maternal and child wellness, and obesity prevention/ intervention from preconception through pre-K. Julie is involved in many community organizations including serving as chairperson of the Nutrition Advisory Council at Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry, and the advisory board and several committees for the obesity prevention coalition FORWARD (Fighting Obesity Reaching healthy Weight Among Residents of DuPage).

Continuing education is vital for all professionals to stay up-to-date with industry advances. In addition, most professional organizations—from the Florida Board of Health to the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Examiners—require continuing education (CE) hours to ensure regulatory compliance, educational rigor, and the highest standards of practice. 
ACHS offers a wide range of online CE opportunities in integrative medicine and holistic health to help meet your CE requirements and thirst for learning! For a list of current continuing education provider approvals, click here. 
As an accredited college, many organizations accept ACHS CEs. Please check whether specific approval is required with your professional body. If you are interested in having your professional organization approve ACHS CEs, please contact ACHS CSO Erika Yigzaw at [email protected]



• Register and pay the $25 CE processing fee. 
• Watch the video (approximately 60 minutes). 
• Take the short CE multiple choice question assessment and successfully achieve a score of 80% or higher (you'll have two attempts). This demonstrates you have mastered the course learning outcomes above. 
• Your CE certificate of completion is emailed as soon as you successfully complete the assessment.

To get started, click the blue "Start" button up top.

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Lecture Video and Quiz

Thank you, and welcome! We're glad you've chosen to partner with the American College of Healthcare Sciences for your continuing education needs. Your CE lecture video and quiz are now available.

On the next few screens we'll give you a little background about ACHS, this video, and your lecture presenter. Once you've completed the video, you’ll have the opportunity to take a short assessment quiz and earn 1 CE contact hours. Those that receive a passing grade (80%) will automatically receive a certificate of completion. To get started, please use the buttons (click Next) in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Should you run into any issues, please contact  [email protected]  with all the pertinent information (or call us at 800.487.8839), and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Thanks, and enjoy!