Right now, when it comes to nutrition, you might feel like you’re just “winging it.” As we all continue to practice social distancing to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, normal eating habits have changed in a lot of ways:
- Your pantry may be filled with shelf-stable staples
- Eating out isn’t an option – only takeout and delivery
- More meals must be cooked at home
- Your appetite may have increased or decreased
- Some are struggling with emotional or boredom eating
Nutrition Facebook Takeover: Thursday, April 16
To help you navigate nutrition during these times, OAC reached out to one of our trusted experts, Nina Crowley, PhD, RDN, LD, for some tips. Dr. Crowley will be taking over OAC’s Facebook page all day Thursday, April 16th, to share helpful strategies and encouragement for making healthy choices the easy choices.
Make sure you’re following OAC’s Facebook Page to catch Dr. Crowley’s takeover this week! You can also find Dr. Crowley on Twitter @PsychoDietitian.
About Dr. Crowley:
Nina Crowley, PhD, RDN, LD, is a registered dietitian and health psychologist by training, who leads the metabolic and bariatric surgery program operations at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. She is also a member of the OAC National Board of Directors and serves on the Access to Care Committee, while remaining active in her local, state and national professional groups for dietitians and bariatric surgery professionals. Above all, Dr. Crowley is a passionate advocate for bias-free, patient-centered care for people with obesity.
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