Fireside Chat Nutrition Series
|Author: Terri F.|
Date: Monday, January 27th, 2014
Fireside Chat is a nutrition series developed to meet the nutritional needs of students sponsored by WKU Health Services, WKU Restaurant & Catering Group, and WellU. Students gather around the fireplace in the lobby of WKU Health Services for a casual discussion about maintaining nutritious eating habits led by the Registered Dietitian for WKU Restaurant and Catering while enjoying a healthy snack and cup of hot chocolate. This series occurs October through February.
This program is free to all WKU students.
All sessions are held in the Health Services Lobby on Mondays from 6:00pm - 7:00pm
|February 3rd||The Craze with Diet Trends||What's the story with all these detox diets, juice cleanses, and supplements? Get the facts as we break down what's trendy in the diet world.|
|February 17th||Getting Food to "Work-out" for You: A Healthy Balance of Food and Fitness||Eating right and working out aren't just for health nuts and buff athletes. We'll approach nutrition and exercise from a balanced perspective to find goals that are right for you.|
For additional information, please visit our Health Education Programs webpage
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