Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) | Information and Resources for Nutrition Education Professionals SlideDeck v.1.2.1 Lite Example

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Nutrition education is any combination of educational strategies, accompanied by environmental supports, designed to facilitate voluntary adoption of food choices and other food- and nutrition-related behaviors conducive to health and well-being. Nutrition education is delivered through multiple venues and involves activities at the individual, community, and policy levels.

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Conference Registration is Now Open!

Not a member? There is an option to join SNEB and save on your conference registration. Details
Download the conference registration brochure




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SNEB Nutrition Education Competencies

SNEB has published updated guidelines for promoting healthy individuals, community and food systems.
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Love of Eating/Fear of Food:
How to Empower Consumers in an Age of Mistrust

Join us for a webinar on May 11, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT. Webinar sponsored by Dairy Council of California who is hosting the first 100 non-member registrations for free. Register


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The Count-Down is on to our Next Practices conference!

 

We are marking the 100 days until conference with daily updates, highlights, and great material from past conferences. Follow along at http://www.sneb.org/blog

External Funding Policy

The Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) and the SNEB Foundation (SNEBF) seek funding that supports our mission, vision, and guiding principles. In doing so, SNEB and SNEBF seek to foster an atmosphere of appreciation of the contributors as well as one of transparency to SNEB members and the public. These funds are used to enhance the work of the Society and increase benefits to members.

Read the entire policy

 

 

Become a Member

SNEB is an international community of professionals actively involved in nutrition education and health promotion. We work in:

  • colleges and universities
  • food industry
  • government agencies
  • cooperative extension
  • communications and public relations firms
  • voluntary and service organizations
  • other places of reliable nutrition and health education information

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