The Nutritional Mythbusters event shared useful information about popular health products among college students. Photos by Dylan Moroses.
Who ever thought that being a vegetarian might actually make you less healthy than somebody who eats meat?
Students and faculty gathered in the Prince George’s Room of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union at the University of Maryland Monday afternoon to learn about food-related misconceptions for Nutritional Mythbusters, brought to campus by the UMD Society of Inquiry and UMD Food Science Club.
“We wanted to address a few topics in nutrition that a lot of people don’t know much about,” said Mary Mirvis, president of the Society of Inquiry. “We also wanted to collaborate with the Food Science Club to incorporate people who are passionate about these issues.”
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