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Nutrition

The Department of Campus Recreation offers nutritional counseling. The department employs Registered Dietitians, not Physicians.  As such, The Department of Campus Recreation at UT Arlington’s employees do not diagnose or treat disease.  You should consult a Physician before undergoing any dietary or food supplement changes.  Any recommendations you follow for changes in diet, including but not limited to the use of food supplements are entirely your responsibility.

Nutritionist Bio

Name: Lisa Nesta

Hometown: Binghamton, NY

Credentials/Certification: Registered and Licensed Dietitian

Major(s)/Degree(s): BS Dietetics - Kansas State University

Experience/Expertise: Consultant Dietitian, Speaker, Running Coach. Specializing in weight management, sports nutrition, wellness/preventive nutrition, and eating disorders/disordered eating.

Philosophy: “All foods fit."

“What lies before us and what lies after matters little to what lies within”

Hobbies/Interests: Running, yoga, my dogs, travel, the outdoors, spending time with my family.

Fee

$25 per session (2 session minimum)

Contact Jeremy at Jroden@uta.edu

 


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How can you sign up?

Complete the nutrition packet (doc) and return to the Services & Information Desk at the MAC.

Maverick Activities Center (The MAC)

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