The Pennsylvania Beef Council, in partnership with the beef checkoff, through the Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative (NEBPI), shared the benefits of lean beef during the 11th annual Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners Conference (PCNP) Conference attendees, Nov. 8-9, in Lancaster, Pa.
More than 450 nurse practitioners from across the state attended the 11th annual meeting “Advancing NP’s Toward Full Practice Authority,” where beef’s nutrition was highlighted. Attendees thoroughly enjoyed receiving the Beef in an Optimal Lean Diet (BOLD) Study toolkits, nutrition fact sheets, and beef recipes to assist their clients and patients. Many were pleased to see beef represented at their meeting, as nutrition is a large component of healthy living.
Nancy J. Pyle, FNP-C, MSN, is a past conference attendee, who understands the importance of lean beef noting, “Medical professionals need to hear more about the positives of beef, especially in regards to the effects of lean beef on cholesterol/LDL and the BOLD study.” Pyle works as a Wellness Coordinator for Reed, Wertz & Rodman Inc., in Bedford, Pa.
The PCNP currently works on behalf of 7,500 Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners and 1,350 members in Pennsylvania. This group of health professionals have received clinical training and advanced education in specialty areas of healthcare. They work closely with their patients to help them make informed lifestyle choices and healthcare decisions, based on information taken from this most recent continuing education program.
For more information on this nutrition influencer event, visit www.pabeef.org or contact the PA Beef Council at 1-888-4BEEFPA. For more information about your beef checkoff investment, visit MyBeefCheckoff.com.