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Explore healthy eating with food samples and more at NutriFest, April 26

Campus Dining table at Nutrifest 2017

NutriFest 2017 attendees enjoy food and resources from Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality

Navigating nutrition information and making choices about what to eat can be confusing. Join Event Management, Dining, and HospitalityHealth Promotion and Wellness; and other wellness organizations to celebrate healthy eating at NutriFest on Thursday, April 26, in the Bone Student Center. This annual event connects attendees with a variety of campus and local organizations while sampling a variety of delicious, healthy foods.

Enjoy food samples and cooking demonstrations while visiting with campus and community organizations. This year’s attendees include

Attendees may also bring items to donate to the Civil Service Council’s drive for Project Oz. Items accepted include household items such as basic cleaning products, toilet paper/paper towels, laundry pods, and rolls of quarters for laundry.

Event details

What: NutriFest 
When:
 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m. Thursday, April 26
Where: Circus Room, Bone Student Center
What: Food samples, cooking demonstrations, health and nutrition resources, and more! This is a free event for students, faculty, staff, and retirees of Illinois State University.

View Nutri-Fest photos from previous years.

 

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Nutrition consultations available

Are you looking for personalized guidance on how to eat better? Schedule a free nutrition consultation with Health Promotion and Wellness. Get one-on-one guidance based on your own individual needs and goals in a confidential setting. For more information, visit the Health Promotion and Wellness website.

About Health Promotion and Wellness

No matter what your goals are, Health Promotion and Wellness are here to help! Health Promotion and Wellness provide wellness information, services, events, and programming to students, faculty, staff, and the Illinois State community. People living, learning, and working in a healthy, supportive environment are more likely to reach their highest potential.

For more information, visit Wellness.IllinoisState.edu, call (309) 438-WELL (9355), email Wellness@IllinoisState.edu, or stop by 187 McCormick Hall.

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