Does this sound familiar?

  • Your doctor recommended trying a Mediterranean diet for your NAFLD, but you are overwhelmed trying to understand the diet.

  • You’re worried that a Mediterranean diet will be difficult to follow or unenjoyable.

  • You don’t know how to start incorporating more fruits, vegetables, plant-based proteins, and healthy oils into your diet.

In this course you will:

  • Learn all about the foods included in the Mediterranean diet. 

  • Ease anxiety and increase confidence about following the Mediterranean diet!

  • Learn all about different types of Mediterranean diet ingredients, how to incorporate more of them into your daily meals, and how to prepare them in tasty and enjoyable ways. 

Session 1 - Fruits and vegetables.

Session 2 - Plant-based proteins such as beans, lentils, and chickpeas

Session 3 - Healthy fats like olive oil, nuts, and avocados

Meet Your Instructor

Neha D. Shah MPH, RD, CNSC, CHES

Neha has been specializing in gastroenterology, intestinal failure, intestinal transplant, hepatology and nutrition support for the past 15 years. She initially began her career as an inpatient dietitian at Stanford Health Care, providing support to various teams, including GI oncology and GI surgery. She later came into the Digestive Health Center there to inaugurate and build Nutrition Services for both the GI and Liver Clinics. She served as co-lead on program development of several initiatives, including the outpatient Nutrition Support (enteral/parenteral nutrition) and Intestinal Failure and Rehabilitation programs. She also served as the Intestinal Transplant dietitian to provide pre and post intestinal transplant care. She is now at UCSF, specializing in GI, inflammatory bowel disease and intestinal failure.

Neha also owns Neha Shah Nutrition, a GI and liver nutrition private practice. She is involved with professional organizations with the intent of bringing GI nutrition care forward. She is currently co-chair of the Publication Committee through the alliance between Dietitians in Gastrointestinal Disorders (DIGID) and the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA). She is also a member of the Crohn's and Colitis Medical Advisory Committee of Northern California, Diet and Digestive Health Twitter Chat committee with International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD), and with DIGID, served as a prior workgroup leader, now member, for the Short Gut and Resection Workgroup and is also a member of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease DIGID Workgroup. Her purpose to contribute is to move nutrition care forward.