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    • Mental Health: No Health without Mental Health
    • Campus Walking/Running Routes
    • Deer Oaks EAP Telephonic and Video Counseling
    • May Fitness Session Schedule
    • On-campus Wellness Exams 
    • and more!
  • April Issue


CURRENT EVENTS:

 

Eat WELL, Be WELL! Nutrition Series

Presented by Registered Dietician, Meghan Windham
Beginning Tuesday, June 4 & Ending Tuesday, July 2
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. | Annex Library Room 405 C/D

WELLNESS WORKS! invites you to join us Registered Dietitian, Meghan Windham, presents five different nutrition workshops occurring every Tuesday from June 4 to July 2. The Eat WELL, Be WELL! Nutrition workshops are developed to teach adults the importance of nutrition in all areas of life. You will not want to miss out on the information and strategies Meghan Windham shares!

Registered attendees will be entered for a chance to win a Fitbit Inspire at each of the five sessions - must be present to win.

To maximize learning, participation in all five workshops is highly encouraged but not required.

Tuesday, June 4  Meal Planning
Every week starts out with best meal-prep intentions but then your time becomes limited due to other life demands. Maybe you want to start cooking at home more and planning out your meals, but do not know where to start. Regardless of where you are at in your meal planning efforts, let dietitian Meghan Windham give you some guidelines, tips, and tricks to help meal-time flow a little smoother.
Register to attend the live event or access the Zoom Meeting.

Tuesday, June 11  How To: All Things Grocery Shopping
It is difficult to create tasty, healthy, and budget-friendly meals when you have so many questions about the first step of making a meal: how to grocery shop with health and budget in mind? Join dietitian Meghan Windham and experience a virtual grocery store tour, where Meghan will answer these questions and show you that effective grocery shopping is a crucial first step in making a meal.
Register to attend the live event or access the Zoom Meeting.

Tuesday, June 18 Mindful Eating
In our tremendously busy world today, it’s all about multitasking. This fast paced lifestyle leaves little to no time for appreciating the food we eat. Learn how to slow down, practice mindful eating and enjoy food again.
Register to attend the live event or access the Zoom Meeting.

Tuesday, June 25  Sports Nutrition
Timing of meals, both pre and post-workout, is one of the most important factors in determining the amount of muscle growth, speed of tissue repair, and reduction of inflammation. Whether you are a weekend warrior or an everyday athlete, if you are ready to take your workout to the next level, join us to learn how and when to eat like an athlete.
Register to attend the live event or access the Zoom Meeting.

Tuesday, July 2  Fad or Fact: Interpreting Diet Trends
New diet trends are constantly on the rise. The Keto Diet, Whole 30, the Mediterranean Diet, Intermittent Fasting, the Paleo Diet, and the list goes on. Is there any scientific merit to any of these diets? Do they work long-term? Are they safe? Is it possible to eat healthy and maintain your weight without being on a diet? Where do you even begin? Join dietitian Meghan Windham as she addresses these and other questions about diet trends.
Register to attend the live event or access the Zoom Meeting.


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