Body Image | Nutrition

While more body sizes are being represented in the media, many still struggle with body-shaming and how to find satisfaction with personal appearance. Learn to comb through the myriad suggestions for positive eating to develop a personal plan based on nutritional needs. Put the spotlight on media-literacy and research on diet and to prompt thoughtful discussion.

COS offers programs imparting essential knowledge and data on nutrition to provide cognitive tools for self-analysis. They share personal struggles with eating and body image in a non-alarmist way. We address the root issues to foment lasting positive impact within your community.

Audiences:

Goals and Learning Outcomes:

  • Dissect media influences on body image.
  • Combat unrealistic expectations with research on health and nutrition.
  • Garner tools to promote appropriate nourishment based on individual needs.
  • Promote optimal eating habits.
  • Gain effective solutions to myriad body image and eating struggles.

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