Nutrition and Dietetics Club gets creative in connecting with members
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“We are trying to change the stigma of being overweight and the negative effect that can have,” Tyler Chase, club president and a senior majoring in Nutrition, says. “Being healthy isn’t about reaching the finish line or having a specific body. It’s a behavior that you can incorporate no matter how much you weigh.”
After a career as a food scientist in dairy product development, Peggy took a break to be a stay-at- home mom. It was during this time that she thought long and hard about what she wanted to do for the remainder of her career. She arrived at the decision that she would return to school as a non-traditional student and shift her career path. This would allow her to live her true passion – helping people achieve or maintain their health through their food choices.
College of Public Health and Human Sciences nutrition students learned that the recipe for a healthy diet includes simple, economical and nutritious foods.
Alumna Rachael DeVaux is living her passion and showing her followers that healthy eating can be simple, delicious and wholesome.