Food sensitivities, or allergies in general, are associated with higher levels of psychological distress. We require food for survival, and live in a world not typically designed to for those living with food allergies. Learn more about how to better support yourself or others when living with dietary restrictions.
Want to find out if all the hype is true? Read on to discover the real facts for seven popular food myths, including whether you should avoid fats entirely or whether white sugar really is worse than alternative sweeteners.
UBC’s favourite departmental funding program is back! The Healthy Workplace Initiatives Program provides funds to departments and units to support grassroots activities that promote wellbeing in the workplace. Application deadline is April 21, 2017
We all know what it’s like to feel an irresistible urge to have just one more. In the right moment, that sweet temptation can override any well-seasoned health plan. Discover how mindfulness can be an effective way of regulating sugar intake.