- You will get specific results about the trends of your diet
- The information will be individualized for your goals
- Setting goals is the first step in changing a nutrition behavior
- The atmosphere is friendly and non-judgmental
- It’s FREE
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
It’s never too early to start caring about your health. Recent statistics show trends in the typical college students’ diet includes frequently skipping meals, lack of fruits and vegetables and high consumption of calories from fat. College is often the time when stress can influence when and where we eat, as well as our physical activity habits.
Do you feel your diet is unbalanced, and you’re not sure how to make it better? Check out the Health Education Resource Center’s FREE Nutrition Analysis program! You can meet one-on-one with the Nutrition Promotion Coordinator and address any of your nutritional concerns. Whether you are looking to lose or gain weight, improve the quality of your diet, or need help with meal planning, she would be happy to guide you!
Benefits of completing the Nutrition Analysis program
What is a Registered Dietitian?
A registered dietitian is a food and nutrition expert who specializes in nutrition for wellness, as well as disease. The Nutrition Promotion Coordinator is a graduate student studying to be a registered dietitian. She looks forward to meeting and assisting fellow Panthers in reaching their nutrition goals for a healthier lifestyle.
To set up an appointment, please contact her via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (217) 581-7786, or by requesting a consultation through our webpage.