How to Handle Stress Eating

Sarah Dalman, a 5th year dietetics student at UBC, shares her tips on managing stress eating. Sarah’s interest in nutrition, science, and using evidence-based practices to promote good health has led her to pursue a career in dietetics. She is passionate about empowering others to use food as a vehicle to support overall physical and … Read more

Regrow Plants From Kitchen Scraps

By Egan Davis, principal instructor of the horticulture training program at the UBC Botanical Garden As we watch spring blossom outside our windows and try to minimize trips to the grocery store, UBC asked horticulturist Egan Davis – the Principal Instructor of UBC’s Horticulture Training Program – for tips on how to re-grow food from … Read more

Eating in Times of Stress

By Janyn Zoccoli Stress is a normal reaction to challenging or unsure times in our lives, but sometimes too much stress can cause negative effects. Therefore, it is important to recognize how stress impacts your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Take some time to check-in with yourself and your eating habits during stressful times. As we … Read more