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FRESH

FRESH

Food Resources and Education for Student Health

FRESH

1 day ago

FRESH

Calling all FIRST YEAR nutrition students! Only two more days left to apply to be a Peer Educator! Don't miss out on this great opportunity.

Visit the FRESH website freshu.ca/resources/peer-educator-resources/become-a-fresh-member/ to find the application. Just fill it out and send it to us at fresh@uwo.ca by 8pm on Thursday, September 19th and you could be a FRESH Peer Educator this year.

Have a friend in their first year of nutrition studies who would be perfect for this position? Tag them in the comments below!

**Application are ONLY being considered for first year and first year transfer nutrition students **
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3 days ago

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Are you a first-year student or first-year transfer student?
Are you in the nutrition program? Are you passionate about sharing your nutrition knowledge with others? Apply now!

FRESH is taking applications for Peer Educators until September 19th at 8pm. Get involved and contribute by participating in cooking demonstrations, social media posts, and more!

Joining FRESH is a great way to meet other students, both in your program and in other programs. It’s also a great way to boost your resume!

Applications can be found on the FRESH website (freshu.ca/resources/peer-educator-resources/become-a-fresh-member/ ). Fill out the application and send it to us (fresh@uwo.ca) along with your resume. Help make Western University the healthiest campus in Canada!
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5 days ago

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Nothing beats a frozen treat on a hot summer day, but ice creams can be high in fat and calories. Here are some healthy alternatives to your traditional ice-creams.

1.Gelato - contains less fat than regular ice-cream because it is made from less cream and eggs. Gelato is still a high calorie treat and should be enjoyed in small portions.
2.Sherbet - made from milk and eggs and contains less fat than ice cream. Also known as “ice milk”
3.Sorbet - made without any milk products, it is usually made from fruit, water, juice and sugar.
4.Frozen Yogurt - made from yogurt instead of cream. However, this treat can contain a lot of sugar. Be sure to read the labels.
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Probiotics are good bacteria that have health benefits when eaten in the right amount. The most common probiotic bacteria, Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, are often added to products like yogurt, cheese, milk and sometimes other foods.
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