Nutrition consultation is available to on-campus housing students. This is a great resource to assist students with food allergy, intolerances and celiac disease support and navigating University Dining.
KRNC Registered Dietitian Nutritionists serve CSU students, employees and community members with a variety of health conditions and nutrition needs. CSU Health Network providers can refer directly to the KRNC for medical nutrition therapy, eating disorder treatment and general nutrition coaching. (
*If you have referral questions, contact Helen Bowden, PhD, email@example.com, 970-491-6288.
Provides emergency food relief for Colorado State University students/staff/faculty experiencing food insecurity.
CSU Student Athlete Nutrition Services
Oversees athlete meal, snack and hydration planning. Provides athlete nutrition consultation and supplement education. Call Julie at 970-491-4963 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for appointment scheduling and more information.
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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