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Dr. Lauri Wright shares eating and fitness tips with local media

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As the season for eating approaches, Registered Dietician Lauri Wright, PhD, addresses some good and not so good habits regarding food consumption and exercise.

Lauri Wright (6)

She recently spoke with WTSP, Tampa’s CBS affiliate, about the cotton ball diet.

That’s right, the cotton ball diet. Some people actually prefer to consume natural fibers over natural food.

Go figure.



A healthier approach to getting a certain physique was featured on Tampa’s ABC Action News.

As story title reflects, “You can eat your way to sexy abs with certain super foods.”


 

And, who doesn’t struggle with staying fit during holidays?

Recently, Dr. Wright shared tips on eating better, sneaking in exercise, and her favorite holiday treat with the Tampa Bay Times.

Dr. Wright is an assistant professor in the USF College of Public Health. The Department of Community and Family Health is her academic home. The department offers more than 10 concentrations that lead to MPH, MSPH, DrPH, and PhD degrees, as well as dual degrees, special programs, and an online graduate certificate in social marketing

Photo courtesy of Eric Younghans, USF Health

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