Enjoy food samples and wellness resources at Nutri-Fest, April 26
Navigating nutrition information and making choices about what to eat can be confusing. Join Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality; Health Promotion and Wellness; and other wellness organizations to celebrate healthy and balanced eating at NutriFest on Friday, 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, healthful foods.
Enjoy food samples and cooking demonstrations while visiting with campus and community organizations. This year’s attendees include:
- Health Promotion and Wellness
- Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality
- Campus Recreation
- ISU Horticulture Center
- Student Counseling Services: The Body Project
- Student Health Services
- Student Wellness Ambassador Team
- Community Cancer Center
- CoreLife Eatery
- Downtown Bloomington Farmers Market
- GreenTop Grocery
- McLean County Health Department
- The Olive Bin
- OSF Center for Healthy Lifestyles
- School Street Food Pantry
- U of I Extension
- Young Living Essential Oils
- And more!
When: 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m. Friday, 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.
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 provides 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.