Healthy Mind, Body and Spirit
|Author: Kathryn S|
Date: Friday, March 7th, 2014
Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit - National Nutrition Month
Ask the Dietitian!
Students: If you are looking for advice and nutritional counseling set up your personal session today! A personal session, one hour long, will cost only five dollars! Please call 9270) 745-6531 to set up an appointment.
Faculty and Staff: The employee wellness portal gives you access tp registered dietitians and lifestyle coaching at no cost to you! Call 1-888-471-8851 or visit wkulivehealthier.com
Healthy Tip! When choosing a side dish, get fruits or vegetables instead of starches.
Healthy Tip! Drink a full glass of water before each meal.
Healthy Tip! Order a smaller portion or share food when eating out.
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