Surrounded by harmful student norms surrounding diet culture, college students are especially vulnerable to eating disorders, which can have dire consequences.
With social activity limited and stress levels high during the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up a nutritious diet can be difficult but is important to maintain.
Dr. Dean Ornish is a physician and researcher who has shown that chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and early stage prostate cancer, can be reversed through lifestyle changes.
Despite the easy access of high calorie, high fat, and sugary options available to college students, establishing better nutrition habits could be easier than you think.
Bone health is often associated with older adults, but it’s an issue that affects everyone.
Some love it. Some hate it. How does boba compare to other sweetened beverages?
As veganism becomes increasingly popular, it is vital for those following vegan diets to carefully plan healthful and nutritionally balanced meals.
Appearances can be deceiving. Produce is no exception.
Currently popular are “thinspiration” and “fitspiration” Instagram pages, or “thinspo” and “fitspo,” whose messages focus on promoting thinness, health, and wellness. However, the distinction between a healthy relationship with food, dieting, weight loss, and exercise, and anorexia is further and further blurred.
Many of us have experienced what it feels like to have extra meal points. The last few weeks of the semester consist of stopping by Bear Market and picking up all the junk that our hearts desire, then leaving school with piles of forgotten, unfinished