Nutrition

When it comes to making food choices, think flexibility. Simple foods can be delicious, and healthy eating is more than just the nutrients. Food is about connection, satisfaction, and taste! Let’s celebrate what food can give us and make it less complicated! 

 

  • Be your own nutrition expert.

  • All foods fit.

  • All bodies are good bodies.

  • Be curious in the kitchen.

CAMPUS HEALTH SERVICES/RESOURCES

Nutrition at Campus Health provides numerous ways to support our students. We offer individualized counseling, student-led programs that focus on body acceptance, diversity, hands-on cooking, and how to approach nutrition simply. We collaborate with you and invite you to get curious. 

Nutrition is not one size fits all, we aim to increase confidence, take the stress out of eating and promote a healthy relationship with food & movement. 

Individual consultations on nutrition and/or fitness are available for students at Campus Health. Dietitians Lisa MacDonald, MPH, RDN, Christy Wilson, RDN, and Ashley Munro, RDN, CDCES are available for appointments most days of the week.  At this time, most appointments will be held via HIPAA-compliant video conference.

To make an appointment, call: (520) 621-9202

Services include:

  • Medical nutrition therapy for medically related issues, including:
    • GI: food intolerances/allergies, IBS, and others
    • Heart disease and diabetes prevention
    • Nutrient deficiencies
    • Eating disorders/disordered eating
    • Other disease-related nutritional needs
  • Nutrition education for healthy eating on campus
  • Sports/performance nutrition
  • Lifestyle/behavior counseling for optimal health and energy

We have a multidisciplinary team that includes psychologists, psychiatrists, dietitians, and medical providers, that specializes in disordered eating and body image concerns. We work together to support you through recovery. 

This group is open to UA students seeking support, education, and therapy around the subjects of eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image.  More information on CEDAR.

NUTRITION PROGRAMS

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

2020 Campus Health Patient Satisfaction Survey (n= 244)

“I'd just like someone to know that {dietitian} has changed my life, and helped me change my life in an extremely positive way. I adore them and am so glad I've had to opportunity to meet them.”

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