Healthy Eating Guide

Healthy Eating, combined with regular physical activity and sleep, is central to individual wellness. In this section, we have selected some resources that we at the Wellness Institute believe are invaluable to those who may wish to improve their eating habits, learn more about food and nutrition, and maintain a healthy weight. The Wellness Institute is not affiliated with these associations and is not responsible for their content. As well, the information provided in these links cannot replace information provided by a medical professional. It is recommended that you contact a Registered Dietitian, a certified professional on food and nutrition, should you have more serious concerns about the role of nutrition in your health.

Websites Reviewed By Anthony Juritsch, SUNY at Buffalo Dietetic Intern

                                        Reviewed on: 06/05/2015                                           

             Knowledge and Information Resources                

www.eatwelllivewell.org

WebMD - Healthy Eating and Diet Center

Nutrition and Wellness Facts and Tips from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

KidsHealth.Org

Food and Fitness for People Living with Diabetes - American Diabetes Association

Healthy Eating - And Lowering Your Blood Pressure

Fight BAC! - Information on Protecting You and Your Family from Foodbourne Illness

Choose MyPlate: Healthy Eating Guidelines from the United States Department of Agriculture

For locating a Registered Dietitian in WNY, please contact your insurance provider or visit:

The Western New York Dietetic Association (WNYDA) Homepage

 

WNY is home to some of the finest college-level nutrition programs in the country. If you are pursuing additional education in Nutrition and Dietetics, or are looking for student-volunteers for a Nutrition/Wellness themed event in WNY, please contact the Wellness Institute at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or reach out to the coordinators of the following programs directly.

Trocaire College Nutrition and Dietetics Program

SUNY at Buffalo Exercise and Nutritional Science Program

SUNY Buffalo State Dietetics and Nutrition Program

D'Youville College Nutrition and Dietetics Program

 

 

 

 

 

Updated: 06/05/2015