Cherries are in season! These red beauties keep well in the refrigerator and travel well. A one-cup serving of cherries gives you 90 calories and 3 grams of fiber as well as anthocyanin, a powerful anti-oxidant linked with cancer and heart disease reduction. Anthocyanin in cherries also helps reduce inflammation. Cherries have a low glycemic index value… Continue reading Cherries!!
Eating Disorders don’t discriminate- all races, ages, income brackets and genders are impacted by eating disorders.
“What the Health” is not based on accurate and well researched data and should be viewed skeptically
Clean eating is not a healthy approach to nourishing and caring for our body.
Food Insecurity and Eating Disorders
Food Insecurity and Eating Disorders May 2, 2017 | Eating Disorders | 0 comments By Mary Lynn Kardell, RD, LMNT Food insecurity can have lasting psychological and physiological effects. Food insecurity has typically been thought of as only affecting individuals with limited economic resources. Research, however, has shown that individuals who have had restricted food… Continue reading Food Insecurity and Eating Disorders
Healthy eating can easily fit into a tight budget. Registered Dietitian’s help consumers enjoy the benefits of nutritious foods without overspending. Try this handout to choose great foods within your budget! #RDCHAT #NationalNutritionMonth http://www.eatright.org/~/media/eatright%20files/nationalnutritionmonth/handoutsandtipsheets/nutritiontipsheets/eatingrightonabudget.ashx
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It’s Time to Talk About It……February 26-March 4, 2017 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
Please help us shine a spotlight on Eating Disorders Recovery. Join the Nebraska Eating Disorders Network on Thursday March 2, 2017 from 7pm-8:30pm at the UNO Community Engagement Center (CEC) room 230/231, for our 2017 Vigil. Free parking in the CEC lot.
If you or someone you love suffers from an eating disorder this guide to social media and eating disorders is helpful.
Social Media and ED guide
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