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    Alene Bouranova is a Pacific Northwest native and a BU alum (COM’16). After earning a BS in journalism, she spent four years at Boston magazine writing, copyediting, and managing production for all publications. These days, she covers campus happenings, current events, and more for BU Today. Fun fact: she’s still using her Terrier card from 2013. When she’s not writing about campus, she’s trying to lose her Terrier card so BU will give her a new one. She lives in Cambridge with her plants. Profile

    Alene Bouranova can be reached at abour@bu.edu

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There is 1 comment on This International Faculty Exchange Is Training the Next Generation of Nutritionists in Eating Disorder Care

  1. I find this article very interesting as it discusses the intersection of eating disorders and student-athletes. As mentioned in the article, this is a very big issue that is overlooked. As a nutrition major and previous athlete, I strongly agree with the seriousness of this issue. Being an athlete and the various pressures they face can create severe eating disorders due to excessive physical activity and often extreme dieting, and it is good to see how Quatromoni and Ferrasis are working together to address this complex issue. Overall, this article does a good job of delivering the message of the importance of collaboration and awareness when it comes to addressing nutritional issues. Through this, a more comprehensive approach to nutrition care and assisting individuals in their health journey can be accomplished.

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