Boynton's nutrition counseling philosophy is that motivation to create genuine, enduring change toward a healthy diet can only occur through an individualized, collaborative approach. You will not receive a strict meal plan, judgment about your food choices, or unrealistic advice. No matter how big or small a change you are ready to make, our nutrition experts are here to help.
Initial appointments are 60 minutes and follow-up appointments are 30 minutes.The information you receive at your appointment will depend on your questions. We frequently cover:
During the course of an appointment you might discuss:
Boynton Health and the Office of Human Resources Wellness Program are pleased to offer one-on-one, in-person Health Coaching to all UPlan members—at no cost to you! All appointments are 30 minutes.
Weight control, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol are just a few topics that fall into the Nutrition Coach’s area of expertise. These sessions focus on assessment, establishing goals, and helping you attain your goals.
For more information visit the Health Coaching web page.
Nutritionists are available for presentations to student groups of any size. Any nutrition-related topic can be covered, but commonly requested presentations are:
A nutritionist can also be available for health fairs or can come during meal times to the residence hall restaurants to discuss healthy choices and portion sizes.
To schedule a nutrition presentation or inquire about attendance at a particular event, please call 612-624-4663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(612) 625-8400 Information
(612) 625-3222 Appointments
To view the clinic's service hours, see Hours and Locations.
Students: Nutrition counseling visits are no out-of-pocket cost if you pay the Student Services Fee.
Faculty and Staff: Nutrition Health Coaching is no out-of-pocket cost to you if you are on UPlan insurance.
For more information on coverage, see the Billing Basics page.
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