Ask Leah! The Ingles Dietitian

Sponsored: Asheville Gluten Free Educational Event and Vendor Showcase

ingles dietitianSaturday, October 31st – 8am-3pm (registration 7am) 

Doubletree Hotel Asheville – 115 Hendersonville Road, Asheville

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter Green, Celiac Disease Expert – Columbia University

(Approved for 3.0 CEU’s for medical professionals – through MAHEC site)

• 7 a.m. - Registration (coffee/tea and muffins in Lobby)

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• 8-9 a.m. - Keynote Speaker - Introductions. Dr. Peter Green: “Gluten Related Disorders”*

• 9:15-10:15 a.m.:

     Track 1: Laurie Steenwyk. RDN: “Nutritional Management of Celiac Disease: Supporting Your Patients as they Navigate a Gluten-filled World”*

     Track 2: Dr. Alan Levinovitz: “Key Factors in the Public Perception of Gluten”

• 10:15-10:30 a.m. - Break

• 10:45-11:45 

     Track 1: Dr. Peter Green: “Evaluation of Poorly Responsive Celiac Disease: What’s the Actual Diagnosis? “ *                       

     Track 2: Laurie Steenwyk, RDN: “Eating Outside the Box: Optimizing your Gluten Free Diet”

• 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. - Lunch Break on your own/Vendor Showcase

• 1:00-2:15 p.m. - Q&A with Dr. Green, Laurie Steenwyk , Dr. Levinovitz

• 3 p.m. - event concludes. Vendor showcase closed. 


To purchase discounted tickets on-line: 

Tickets available day of at the door: $20/all day adults (non-CEU), 

$15/students/partial day-after 10am/& children 12 & over


Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN

Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian



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