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Would you like to improve your nutrition but need help getting started?

Free one-on-one consults with our dietitians will provide you with personalized guidance based on your unique needs. They will help you make sustainable, meaningful changes.

Taking an intuitive eating approach, you can learn to identify and make adjustments to your relationship with food, helping to improve your overall well-being.  

You can meet in person, online, by phone or email. You choose your consultant and your preferred date and time.

What you receive

  • One initial 45-minute session online or in person, or 30 minutes by phone or email 
  • Optional, unlimited follow-up sessions 
  • Optional follow-up emails for additional support 
  • Personalized guidance based on your unique needs

Ready to discover what eating well means for you?

Scheduling a consult is easy and flexible. When you select the button below, you’ll be directed to your health and wellness dashboard where you’ll log in and answer a few questions. Then, you can select how and when you would like to meet. You'll even receive a confirmation email with the details.

“I've tried all of the 'quick fix' diets. When I had my consult, I began to understand how I could improve my eating habits without sacrificing my well-being!”

- Joe

From our blog

May 14, 2021 What the pandemic brought to the kitchen table Vanessa Oliver, MS, RDN

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April 27, 2021 Embracing Healthy-ish Eating Karen Bryla McNees, EdD, RD

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March 22, 2021 The Lazy Dietitian - A simple stir fry Karen Bryla McNees, EdD, RD

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Becoming Wildly Resilient: Giving Yourself Grace
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Health and Wellness

We offer this benefit to you and your spouse while you’re an employee and as a retiree. All retirees and most employees are eligible, but if you’re less than half-time please review the details.

Contact our office

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(859) 257-9355
Lancaster Aquatic Center Room 107

Due to COVID-19, our fitness facilities are open according to CDC guidelines.