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Rosie Dhaliwal

Health Promotion Specialist

Simon Fraser University

HQ Phone:  (604) 291-3111

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Email: r***@***.ca

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Simon Fraser University

8888 University Drive

Burnaby, British Columbia,V5A 1S6

Canada

Company Description

Simon Fraser University is consistently ranked among Canada's top comprehensive universities and is one of the top 50 universities in the world under 50 years old. With campuses in Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey, B.C., SFU engages actively with the community in...more

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www.sfu.ca

Rosie Dhaliwal
Health Promotion Specialist rosie_dhaliwal@sfu.ca 778.782.4655


southasiamail.com [cached]

A car wouldn't run if it didn't have any gas in it, and the same principle applies to students who need to eat nutritious food regularly, says Rosie Dhaliwal, a registered dietitian with Simon Fraser University.
"It sounds typical but we really do need to fuel our bodies," she says.


students.sfu.ca

Rosie Dhaliwal
Health Promotion Specialist rda14@sfu.ca 778.782.4655


www.asianjournal.ca

A car wouldn't run if it didn't have any gas in it, and the same principle applies to students who need to eat nutritious food regularly, says Rosie Dhaliwal, a registered dietitian with Simon Fraser University.
"It sounds typical but we really do need to fuel our bodies," she says. "It comes down to your ability to concentrate and perform well on your assignments or tasks for the day - even your mood is impacted by what you eat." As students head back to school, Dhaliwal says those going into their first year of post-secondary education should take the opportunity to learn how to eat and cook regular, balanced and nutritious meals. These are lessons that will benefit them for life. "This will enhance their academic success, overall health, and save them money," says Dhaliwal.


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Rosie Dhaliwal
Rosie Dhaliwal, 778.782.4655; rda14@sfu.ca Coinciding with the Toronto-based National Eating Disorder Information Centre's roll out of its awareness raising campaign, HCS's registered dietician Rosie Dhaliwal will engage SFU students in signing a Fat Talk Free pledge on Feb. 9.


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