By Sodexo Edited by Rachel Sanders & Caitlin Cammack Do you find yourself feeling absolutely exhausted at the end of a long day of sitting in class? Even if you haven’t made it to the gym, yet? If you nap after hours of sitting in class or work, you are not alone. Being sedentary for… Continue reading Mindful Mile: Be Mindful About Your Movement!
A couple weeks back, we hosted a cooking class to celebrate the start of National Nutrition Month with the Liberty Sports Dietitian, Isaac Hicks, RD and Liberty Campus Dietitian, Rachel Sanders, RD. The class focused on recovery meals accentuate the benefits of physical performance. Liberty Dining’s Executive Chef, Sarah Falls, created a delicious recovery meal of chicken… Continue reading In Case You Missed It: Recovery Meals
By Guest Contributor Audrey Bamford, Health Promotions Major at Liberty and heptathlete It’s no secret that Liberty University trains Champions for Christ. But what fuels champions? The new Training Table at the Food Court at Reber-Thomas is one of the new additions to food services on campus. With menus created by Sodexo’s Registered Dietitian Nutritionist… Continue reading Table of Champions
By Robin Quay, MS, RD, Sodexo Dietitian Studies show that people, who eat a healthy breakfast, have a lot of other healthy habits which help them weigh less, feel better, and have more energy for work, fitness and leisure activities. People who eat a healthy breakfast tend to eat healthier foods throughout the day, and… Continue reading Breakfast: A Healthy Habit
By guest blogger Cindy Hicks, dietetics student BMI stands for Body Mass Index. It is a measure of relative weight to height, and it is a reliable indicator of fatness for most people. BMI is used to assess risk of disease and death. As BMI increases, so does a person’s health risk. A BMI of… Continue reading Wait! I am not overweight. I am under tall. Checked your BMI lately?
By Robin Quay, MS, RD Sodexo Dietitian Being active is an important part of being healthy. The human body was made to move, and to participate in physical activity, every day. The human body gets healthier when it’s used. (Sitting all day leads to poor muscle tone, and joints that don’t work as well.) Physical… Continue reading Get Moving! You’ll Be Glad You Did.