Healthy Eating and Mood Group

The "Healthy Eating and Mood" group is available via our Facebook page.  Within this group, members will have the opportunity to gain insight into the connection between mental health and food, build connections with other members, discuss barriers and successes, and learn about new healthy recipes that are also cost effective.  Join the group today!

Ask the Dietetic Intern!

Have questions about healthy eating?  The connection between mood and food?  Looking for resources?  Interested in tips and strategies?  Now you can ask our dietetic intern!  

 

Complete the form below and we will get back to you with answers!

Ask the Dietetic Intern!

Resources

Healthy Eating Toolkit

 

Includes:

(1) Handout on Healthy Eating on a Budget Information Document

(2) Four different meal plan templates

Diet Culture Myths

Creating a Healthy Relationship with Food Toolkit

Includes:

(1) PowerPoint Presentation

(2) Supplemental Activity

5 Brain Boosting Foods

How to Improve Your Relationship with Food Through Mindful Eating

ABOUT US >

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 If someone you know is struggling emotionally or having a hard time,  you can be the difference in getting them the help they need.  Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) or text 741-741.

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