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Is Orthorexia the Eating Disorder for the Digital Age?

December 14th, 2018in Blog & News

Dr. Quatromoni featured in an article from VOGUE.

By Jancee Dunn

“After Emily Fonnesbeck had her first child, she was eager to get her body back. As a registered dietitian, she knew what she had to do: She started with at least an hour of cardio six days a week, and cut out processed foods. (Gluten, dairy, and sugar soon followed.)”…

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How to Eat Gluten Free in Italy

November 9th, 2017in Blog & News

Samantha Bauer, a BU student who was on the first study abroad trip to Padua, Italy, a program run by Dr. Quatromoni, shares her experience of gluten-free eating in Italy.

“When I first informed my friends and family that I would be studying abroad in Italy for a month to study the Mediterranean Diet, their initial response was, ‘What are you going to eat?'”…

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Following the Mediterranean Diet, in Italy

July 19th, 2017in Blog & News

Dr. Quatromoni featured in an article from BU Today.

“It was the third day of classes for a new, four-week Study Abroad course in Padua, Italy, and a group of BU students was on a scavenger hunt in the city’s outdoor market, the Piazza della Frutta”…

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Healthier School Lunches Influence Kids’ Dietary Choices

April 24th, 2017in Blog & News

Dr. Quatromoni featured in the article From BU School of Public Health.

Offering healthier school lunch choices to students can improve their dietary choices outside of school, according to a new study by School of Public Health researchers.

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