Diet & Nutrition Education
Everybody enjoys a fresh and tasty taco. How healthy are tacos though? They can be prepared with grilled chicken or ground turkey, filled with grilled vegetables, and served on a non-greasy corn tortilla.
Eating healthy does not mean to deprive individuals of their “favorite foods”. Through diet and nutrition education it can mainly provide individuals with the concepts and tools needed to make healthier decisions on the foods they consume. A healthy eating plan can reduce the risk of disease including heart disease and improve a person’s quality of life.
The first steps to a healthier lifestyle begin with food, the fuel that maintains the human body. Student Health Services can assist with the tools and professional guidance needed to start eating healthier:
- Individual diet analysis
- Nutrition Analysis
- Comprehensive nutritional information
- How to read labels
- Caloric intake/caloric expenditure
- Recommended daily intakes
- Disease prevention
- Healthy recipes
- Tips for healthy cooking and much more
To set up an appointment today for a individual or couples nutrition consultation please contact Student Health Services at (956) 882-3896.