Love Yourself- Self-Care Tips in Time for Valentine’s Day
At Life U, we boast a unique emphasis on health and wellness in harmony with our vitalistic approach to health care. Promoting self-care is a major part of that, as we support healthy habits that start from the decisions of individuals, which can grow into a healthy living movement.
Simplify Your Healthy Life with Meal Planning & Prepping
Meal planning and meal prepping are two strategies you can use to maintain healthy eating habits while living a busy life. We all get very busy with work or school, and grabbing fast food is often tempting during times when they day gets away from us; however, after a while, grabbing convenience foods can become a habit.
Faces of LIFE – Dr. Nicole McCarty
Family is very important to Life University alumna Dr. Nicole McCarty. In addition to raising her toddler daughter, Dr. McCarty is a caregiver to her grandparents and her mother, who is in remission from multiple myeloma. She also runs her own practice as an integrative health doctor and wellness coach, helping people with a wide range of concerns including fitness, nutrition and stress management. Dr. McCarty’s interest in health and her experience as a teacher and coach eventually led her to LIFE.
Faces of LIFE: Alexis Martinez
Life University is right in Alexis Martinez’s backyard. Born in Chicago, the Bachelor of Science in Dietetics student has lived in Cobb County, Georgia her whole life. When she started looking for a nutrition degree program, Martinez discovered LIFE was the perfect fit.
My 1st Quarter: Tatum Johnson
Take every opportunity you can. Join the clubs you never thought you liked. One time I sat in on the Nutrition Club with one of my teammates and even though I am not in any dietetics classes, I thought it was so fun. So, make sure to try every opportunity even if you don’t think it’s what you wanted. Just try it, it’s going to be okay.
LIFE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CAMPUS RECREATION AND WELLNESS HOSTS NUTRITION SEMINAR
Marietta, Georgia, February 26, 2021 – The Life University (LIFE) Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness held a nutrition seminar on Thursday, February 25, 2021 to educate students, faculty and staff about reducing inflammation in their bodies and the anti-inflammatory properties of some foods.