Healthy eating

It is no secret that the foods we eat affect how we feel. Whether excessively snacking when feeling stressed, or experiencing an increase or loss of appetite when experiencing bouts of depression or anxiety, our relationship with food can change depending on the state of our mental health. In addition, our self-esteem and body image can significantly impact our mindset towards food. Below are a variety of resources that you may find helpful in creating a healthier relationship with food.

Free Online ED & Body Image Support Groups

Campus resources

Anna Jackson is a registered dietician who provides nutritional support for UNB and STU students. Book an appointment with Anna and/or learn more about healthy eating. 

Virtual resources

Mindful eating is a practice that can help manage stress eating, while carrying many other benefits. Find more information at The Center for Mindful Eating

Intuitive Eating is a framework that integrates self-care and focuses on instinct, emotion, and rational thought rather than a restrictive diet approach.

Body Image and Disordered Eating 

The National Eating Disorder Information Centre provides resources and support, including instant chat and a helpline for Canadians affected by eating disorders.

Cave Person Brain Part 1 & Part 2  Project Heal Blog

Centre for Clinical Interventions  Metabolism & Eating Disorders, What is Starvation Syndrome? & Why Diets Do Not Work


  • Mealtime Meal Plans and Recipes
  • Keep it Cleaner


  • Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works by Evelyn Tribole
  • The Mindful Eating Workbook by Vincci Tsui
  • Body Kindness by Rebecca Scritchfield
  • Beauty Sick by Renee Engeln