Welcome to National Nutrition Month® 2019!

National Nutrition Month® is an annual nutrition education and information campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign, celebrated each year during the month of March, focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.

To help celebrate, recognize, and learn from the experts who contribute to the industry, we invite you to participate in daily activities for the entire month of March!

National Nutrition Month® 2019

Each year, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics anchors the month of March around a singular theme to showcase the trends in modern nutrition practice and the nutrition experts helping drive these developments.

In an effort to accommodate the diverse areas in which National Nutrition Month® is celebrated and allow greater flexibility in the promotion of healthful messages, this year National Nutrition Month® will be honored as its own theme. As a result, participants are able to reach closer at accomplishing the overall mission of achieving a healthier world through the transformative power of food and nutrition.

Growing from a week-long celebration to an entire month, 2019 marks the 46th year the celebration has been embraced. Join UNE Online, authorities in nutrition and professionals like you to continue the celebration of delivering powerful, informative messages to live healthier!

“National Nutrition Month® provides a great opportunity to focus on the importance of nutrition and nutrition professionals. National Nutrition Month® offers a chance to reflect on the impacts food choice, food habits and behaviors, and physical activity habits have, and identify ways to improve these choices and habits to improve our health! Don’t forget to celebrate nutrition professionals on March 13th, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) Day by thanking the RD’s and NDTR’s in your community!”


Ellie Dodge, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Programs in Applied Nutrition

 

How to Participate

The M.S. in Applied Nutrition program at UNE Online brings National Nutrition Month® 2019 to life with our day-by-day calendar of activities, which gives users the opportunity to take small steps in making healthier choices.

By completing each daily activity, you’re taking steps to introduce exciting ways to make healthier choices to result in healthier habits.

In order to participate in National Nutrition Month® 2019 with UNE Online:


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Complete your daily activity


Capture a photo


Share with Twitter using #HealthyUNE

The user with the most hashtag mentions will win a Bose SoundLink speaker!

 

10 Ways to Make the Month Your Own

  1. Uncover the benefits of a healthy eating style.
  2. Discover foods & drinks that are good for your health
  3. Build healthful meals with foods from all food groups regularly
  4. Select healthier options when eating out.
  5. Observe portion sizes. Eat & drink the amount that’s right for you.
  6. Keep it simple.
  7. Introduce food safety to your everyday routine.
  8. Reduce food waste by identifying food on hand before buying more.
  9. Explore activities you enjoy to be active most days of the week.
  10. Partner with nutrition experts for a personalized health plan.

 

Achieve more with UNE Online

In the Master of Science in Applied Nutrition program at UNE Online, we deliver quality education with research and evidence-based nutrition theories. A personalized support plan equips each student with the tools and resources they’ll need to fuel their passion resulting in a meaningful new career.

We teach comprehensive nutrition education through three available focus areas, giving you the flexibility to match your education with your career goals. Learn from nutrition industry experts currently working in the field to feel confident and ready to lead.

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One response to “Welcome to National Nutrition Month® 2019!”

  1. Enlitened Nutritional Analysis says:

    Smarter food choices is the way forward. Creating awareness is so important. It needs to be taught in schools.

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