20 - 24 January 2019

VP Welfare and Diversity Lucy Simpson introduces a week long focus on how nutrition impacts your body and mind. There will be a focus on sports nutrition, mental health, eating well but cheaply and general nutrition. Come along to informative events to learn about how the specific foods you put in your body can not only help you feel better, but also help improve your grades!


Events

Nutrition Talks With Jasmine Campbell
20th January
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Kick starting our Eat Well Feel Well nutrition campaign is Performance Nutritionist Jasmine Campbell, who'll be joining us for a talk on nutrition!
Sports Nutrition Talks With Jasmine Campbell
20th January
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Next up in the events programme for our Eat Well Feel Well nutrition campaign is Performance Nutritionist Jasmine Campbell, who'll be joining us again for a talk on sports nutrition!
Smoothie Giveaway
21st January
Union Plaza
Did someone say free smoothies? Yes, please! In celebration of our Eat Well Feel Well nutrition campaign, we'll be giving away free smoothies at the Union Plaza!
Mindfulness ft. Charlotte Clarke on Eating Disorders
24th January
Arts External Seminar
Join us for the last event of the Eat Well Feel Well nutrition campaign, as we've got an entire hour of a mindfulness session planned for you, along with a Q&A on eating disorders with our SU advisor Charlotte Clarke.


News

The Impact of Alcohol in Your Nutrition

To continue the series of blogs celebrating the Eat Well, Feel Well nutrition campaign this week, we're bringing you the next one, focused on the consumption of alcohol and its effects on your nutrition and health.

 
Eating Healthy and Cheaply!

Next up in the series of blogs to celebrate her Eat Well, Feel Well nutrition campaign, VP Welfare & Diversity Lucy Simpson gives you some tips on how to keep a balanced diet without having to spend too much money.

 
Healthy Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

In celebration of the Eat Well, Feel Well nutrition campaign this week, VP Sport Dom Brown has a list of useful tips for sport and nutrition to help you stay healthy!

 
 


Resources

Meal Planner


External links

Beat Eating Disorders www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk
The Eatwell Guide www.nhs.uk