Amidst fad diets and conflicting reports about nutrition, it can be confusing to sift through all of the information to decide what’s legit and healthy. When you also consider the media’s pressure to look a certain way, people can – and do – develop unhealthy and unrealistic habits. Where can you find realistic, healthy, sane information?
Here’s one place to start: On Wednesday, May 2 from 11am-12:30pm, Moraine’s Psychology Department is hosting a panel discussion called “Eating Disorders: A Comprehensive Look.” The discussion will take place in Moraine Room 1 (M building) and is free and open to the public. The panel includes a nutritionist, various counselors and therapists, and a student recovering from an eating disorder. Audience members will have a chance to ask questions.
Look for more foodblog posts in the next several weeks to learn more about finding and evaluating sources of information regarding diet, nutrition, and health.