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Anyone can Google a nutrition related topic and find thousands of links but are they reliable? Each of the topics listed have several reliable, accurate, and many research-based websites. Some links are more informative and others are fun and resourceful. Always use best judgment when reading information on the web. Do your research and remember a Registered Dietitian is your best resource for nutrition information.
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Have a general or complex nutrition question that you need some help answering? Submit your nutrition-related questions to our Registered Dietitian. Students are also able to visit with a Registered Dietitian during a 1:1 session. For information on scheduling an appointment, see the Student Health Services website: http://und.edu/health-wellness/student-health/general-care.cfm.
Various nutrition presentations are available and are led by a Registered Dietitian or dietetics student.
Faculty and Staff: Please review the Nutrition General Sessions on the Learning & Development page: http://u2.und.edu/sessions/wellness.cfm.
UND Students: Presentations can be requested via the Health and Wellness Hub at (701)777-2097.
Listed are research based and reliable nutrition websites providing basic nutrition and food information to the public.
There are many types of food allergies. Listed are informative food allergy websites to help answer and provide help to those with allergies.
Gluten Free & Celiac Disease
Being gluten free means no wheat, rye, barley and other gluten containing grains. Below are some supportive links to help those trying or needing to go gluten free.