Welcome to project DFEND! Diet, food, exercise, and nutrition during social distancing.

The project is a collaboration between the Center for Human Nutrition within the University of Arkansas Systems Division of Agriculture and the Exercise is Medicine program at the University of Arkansas.

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Submissions from 2021

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Strategies for Change: Effective Goal Setting, Jamie Baum

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Introduction to DFEND 3 and Behavior Change and Determinants of Behavior, Jamie Baum and Erin Howie

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Strategies for Change: Behavior Change using Self Talk, Kaitlyn Chamberlain

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Strategies for Change: Social Support, Erin Howie

Strategies for Change: Tracking & Feedback, Erin Howie

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Strategies for Change: Motivation & Rewards, Kayce Hyde

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Strategies for Change: Mindfulness, Ed Mink

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Social Influences on Behavior Change, Regina Schreiber

Submissions from 2020

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Diet and Exercise: What to Eat and When, Brittany Allman

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The Latest Science on Physical Activity, Brittany R. Allman

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Appetite versus Hunger, Jamie Baum

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Basics of Nutrition, Jamie Baum

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Carbohydrates & Dietary Fats, Jamie Baum

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Diet and Successful Aging, Jamie Baum

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Health Claims on Food & Supplements: Fact or Fiction?, Jamie Baum

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Healthy Eating Patterns, Jamie Baum

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Holidays and Healthy Choices, Jamie Baum

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Introduction to Diet, Food, Exercise, and Nutrition (D-FEND) 2.0, Jamie Baum

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Nutrition, Exercise, and Mental Health, Jamie Baum

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Nutrition, Health, & Well-Being, Jamie Baum

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The Microbiome, Prebiotics & Probiotics, Jamie Baum

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The Science of Protein, Jamie Baum

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Vegetarian and Vegan Eating Patterns, Jamie Baum

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The Science of Dietary Fat, Elisabet Borsheim

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Health Benefits of Berries, Luke Howard

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Incorporating Physical Activity into your Daily Life, Erin Howie

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Introduction to Exercise is Medicine, Erin Howie

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High Protein Diets, Joshua L. Hudson

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The Importance of Hydration, Brendon P. McDermott

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Intermittent Fasting & Time-Restricted Feeding, Angela M. Tacinelli