Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Hot Topics in Well-Being: Strengths Based Wellness

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Merten Hall (formerly University Hall), #1201

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Join health, fitness, nutrition and well-being expert Deanna Busteed for a lively and interactive discussion on the latest topics in fitness and well-being. Join us for this interactive workshop to learn how to utilize your innate talents and strengths to promote a healthier you! 

Deanna Busteed is a registered dietitian with a board certification in Sports Nutrition. She brings more than 15 years of experience developing health and wellness programs as well as providing cutting-edge nutrition, fitness and wellness services to a wide variety of individuals and groups. Her specialties include health promotion, disease prevention, weight management, sports nutrition, wellness, and fitness. Deanna also has extensive experience working with vegetarian diets, celiac disease and eating disorders. 

Deanna graduated from University of Rhode Island and obtained her Master of Science degree in Nutritional Science from the University of Massachusetts. She completed her Dietetic Internship at Framingham State College. Deanna has been quoted in Natural Health Magazine, Redbook, Boston Magazine, The Boston Herald and The Boston Globe. Deanna is the co-author of “A Guy's Gotta Eat: The Regular Guy’s Guide to Eating Smart.” Deanna is presently the Sports Dietitian for George Mason's Center for Sports Performance, servicing over 500 Division I athletes. She also serves as an adjunct faculty teaching Sport and Exercise Nutrition in the College of Education and Human Development.

The first 15 attendees will receive a free Mason Nation: Thriving Together t-shirt or water bottle!

**Event is free and open to the public. RSVP is requested, but not required.**

This event is part of Mason's Well-Being University initiative, dedicated to helping students, faculty, staff, and alumni build a life of vitality, purpose, and resilience and ensuring Mason becomes a model well-being university where all community members are Thriving Together. To learn more about Mason's Well-Being University initiative, visit wbu.gmu.edu.

Sponsored by Center for the Advancement of Well-Being.

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