- Disordered Eating Nutrition Consultation at the CSU Health Network is a low-cost service that helps CSU students establish healthy dietary practices. Staffed by an experienced registered dietitian with experience treating eating disorders, individual counseling sessions are offered for disordered eating (bulimia, anorexia nervosa, binging and purging, use of laxatives or diet pills).
- A registered dietician with Residential Dining Services can discuss individual nutrition needs and concerns, including food allergies and special diets, assist with meal planning and provide dining center tours for students while living on-campus and eating in the dining centers. A support group for those students living on campus with food allergies, intolerances, and Celiac Disease is available. Contact the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to be added to the group’s listerv.
- Check out the HDS online menus for each dining center including nutrient information, ingredient lists, and the allergens present for the foods served. Come by the HDS Nutrition Office (in the Palmer Center) to browse tons of nutrition and health resources including books, magazines, events, recipes, etc.
- Check out their Nutrition Calculator that assesses their residential dining center menu ingredients and calories. On campus nutrition presentations are available upon request.
- CSU Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center offers nominally priced services to students. They include:
- Nutrition counseling with a Registered Dietitian
- Body composition assessment
- Resting metabolic rate
- Cooking classes and demonstrations
- Healthy You-Mindful Eating and Weight Management
- Diet analysis
- Recipe analysis
- Diabetes programs
- Presentations on and off campus
- Campus Recreation offers a wide variety of programs and services from the CSU Student Recreation Center, which includes a climbing gym, pool, fitness classes, personal training, massage therapy, sport clubs, intramurals, activity classes and an outdoor program. All full-time students have access to Campus Recreation programs as well as the Rec Center; part-time students, spouses and CSU employees may purchase a membership.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Physical Activity for Everyone outlines how much exercise is needed each week, ideas to fit activity into your day, and examples of cardio and strengthening exercises.
The American Heart Association‘s mission is to educate about and prevent heart disease and stroke. AHA offers a wealth of information on exercise, nutrition, stress management, and quitting smoking.
ChooseMyPlate.gov is a project of the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, an organization of the USDA. It’s your resource for the nation’s most up-to-date nutrition standards and a wealth of tools, resources, and information about nutrition and activity.
CDC’s Nutrition for Everyone is a basic guide to nutrition and breaks down food groups, dietary fat, protein, carbohydrates, etc.
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