Campus Dietetics in Action with Cathy Tillery – Podcast
Figuring out the best ways to help Life University students and student athletes learn how to eat well is a full time job. Campus Dietitian Cathy Tillery explains the challenges that many students in the Life U community face as many of them are learning for the first time how to manage their own dietary needs.
Don’t be Salty: How to Cut Back on Sodium
Sodium (salt) is a delicious and sneaky mineral that is fine in moderation, but like many good things in life, too much of it can spell trouble for your health and nutrition. It can be really easy to consume excessive amounts of salt if you don’t pay attention to what you are eating, especially if you habitually buy processed foods or hit up the drive-thru. Let’s take control with some healthy habits for reduced salt intake.
Celebrating Graduate and Undergraduate Programs with Brandi Sharp – Podcast
Brandi Sharp, Admissions Counselor and B.S. in Biopsychology student, spreads Lasting Purpose and the mission of Life University’s vitalistic philosophy to high school students looking for their next steps. Sharp discusses the joy of that process and what keeps her going.
Finding the Beauty in Chiropractic Technique & Analysis with Dr. Sherterica Hall – Podcast
Dr. Sherterica Hall, Assistant Professor of Chiropractic Technique and Analysis, is a Life U D.C. alumna who has been in her students’ shoes. Today’s conversation touches on many fascinating points, including many different avenues, approaches and specializations that Chiropractic can take. Dr. Hall’s advice is to explore and be open to the possibility of a new passion or path.
Career and Job Networking- A College Student’s Starter Guide
If success is often determined by who you know, then it might be time to get to know the right people in whatever industry or profession you are interested in. Often, however, the biggest obstacle to effective job networking is simply knowing where to start….
Got Water? Why it’s Imperative to Drink Enough
According to the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, as referenced in an article by the Mayo Clinic titled “Water: How much should you drink every day?”, on average, men should strive to drink about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids and about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women. So, imagine drinking a little over a two-liter bottle of water a day or a little over one-and-one half two liter bottles over the course of a day, as recommendations suggest. Chances are that seems farfetched, but regardless of how close you are to that daily goal, the benefits of intentional water intake are undeniable.
All About the Academic Learning Center (ALC) with Brianna Beaty- Podcast
Life University has dedicated countless resources to ensure that students are supported during their time in school. The Academic Learning Center (ALC) is one key piece of that commitment, intended to facilitate the academic growth of students, no matter where they are in their journey, by providing assistance through a variety of services aimed to promote their success while at Life U. Lead Specialist for the ALC Brianna Beaty breaks down many of the available offerings in this podcast.
Is it healthy to keep a food journal?
Have you ever been having a quiet night at home, snuggled up on the couch watching a good movie, snacking mindlessly on chips or popcorn only to discover you have demolished the entire bag? Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt. Of course, an occasional overindulgence is not the end of the world, but if you worry your eating habits are getting out of hand, a food journal could do the trick.
Behind the Scenes of Admissions and more with Brenda Castaneda – Podcast
Brenda Castaneda is a Credentials and Admissions Evaluator here at Life University, as well as a current Sports Health Science graduate student. Here about her journey balancing studies with the full-time demanding role of moving students through the Admissions process.