Member Benefits

Become a HEN Member and take advantage of exclusive benefits...
Gain online access to the Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition and our full resource library
Receive our quarterly newsletter rich with in-depth reporting on issues, at times offering free CPE credits
Have a voice and advocate within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on important issues
Network, meet colleagues, and make lifelong friends that share your values and enthusiasm

The HEN Post Newsletter

HEN Post Winter 2021

In this issue, we tackle topics associated with environmentalism including the intersection of race and sustainability and the nutrition professionals' role in climate change.

HEN Post Fall 2020

An inspirational edition with stories of innovation amongst dietitians in COVID-19, Buddhist approaches to food insecurity and environmentalism, local food economies, and more!

HEN Post Summer 2019

Learn about the Regenerative Organic Label, upcoming CEU's, diversity in food systems, and more!

HEN Post Spring 2019

Within this issue, learn more about our newest HEN member in the spotlight, Sara Elnakib, RD, MP, CHES, who won the 2018 HEN Excellence Award in Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. Also in this issue, Shannon Pierson, MS, RDN describes strategies for how HEN members can help move food pantries toward healthier food options. Learn how student member Dimitra Kristina Thomopolous gives athletes tips about “Eating Healthy on a Budget.” Plus more, inside this issue.
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Environmental Toxicants and our Food: Therapeutic Dietary Interventions and Systemic Changes

Learn about the present research on the potential negative health effects of environmental toxins and the recommended therapeutic dietary interventions and systemic changes.

Making Our Community Food Systems Just, Resilient and Sustainable Places

Our communities have potentially everything they need to be just, resilient and sustainable food places. This webinar will explore how to activate that potential with the application of systems.

Where Agriculture and Nutrition Meet

Join Organic Valley staff and farmers to learn how farm management and practices can have a positive or negative impact on the microbiome—human, animal, and environmental and how each element of the cycle plays an essential part in the health of the system.


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