If you have elevated blood sugars, pre-diabetes, Type II diabetes or hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), diet and lifestyle changes can make a significant difference in reducing fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) can help you find a diet and lifestyle plan that works best for you.
Learn how to better manage your cholesterol through practical diet and lifestyle changes.
Learn how to lessen fatigue through improved dietary practices, nutrient intake and practical lifestyle changes.
If you’re suffering from gut issues such as sensitivities, bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, reflux or discomfort, our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) can help.
Learn how to identify food sensitivities and change your eating habits around specific foods. Find the right foods for you based on preferences, requirements, allergies or sensitivities. Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) can also help you transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet.
The old saying “you are what you eat” may just be true, especially when it comes to food and mood. What and when you eat can directly affect your mood. Learn how to make food selections, time meals and identify potential deficiencies to improve your mood.
Learn how to ditch the “dieting mentality” and adopt more intuitive eating habits based on your internal cues for hunger and fullness. Understand triggers associated with unhealthy eating patterns and learn new techniques for coping that don’t involve food.
If you struggle with a nutrient deficiency, you may experience unexplained fatigue, brittle hair or nails, confusion and memory loss, lack of appetite, joint pain, muscle cramps, pale skin or digestive issues. Learn how to identify nutrient deficiencies and implement nutrition strategies to help you improve your symptoms.
Learn how to properly fuel your body for improved performance. We also offer body composition testing to help you track and meet your body fat and muscle mass percentage goals.
Losing or gaining weight can be a challenge and it is important to take an individualized approach using evidence-based strategies.Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) are qualified to help you meet your weight goals by incorporating realistic lifestyle and nutrition changes.These strategies include addressing:
Dining on and off campus
Other nutrition challenges that affect weight, such as gut issues, food sensitivities, etc.
* If necessary, we will refer you to other Health and Wellness Services providers or to providers in the community.
Students with the Gold SHIP:
The Gold SHIP covers unlimited nutrition counseling.
Students with BuffCare or Private Insurance:
If you have your own health insurance, there will be a fee for your visit. Payment is required at the time of service. BuffCare does not cover fees for nutrition counseling.