Sheena Gregg, MS, RD, LD Assistant Director, Health Promotion and Wellness Student Health Center
Ask the Dietitian
If you have a nutrition-related question please e-mail us at email@example.com. Ask the Dietitian is a great way to ask quick questions or get basic nutrition information.
The dietitian at the Student Health Center offers presentations for
groups on a variety of nutrition topics. Below are just a few:
Healthy Eating on Campus
Nutrition Basics for College Students
Shopping to Stock a Healthy Dorm Room or Apartment
Quick & Healthy Microwave Cooking in the Dorm
Disordered Eating & its Impact on Health
Healthy Body Image
Healthy Eating for Athletic Performance
Eating Your Way through the Holidays
If there is a topic you do not see but would like to have presented,
please give us a call so we can accommodate your nutrition education
needs. Requests for presentations should be made 2 weeks in advance. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Health Education department at the Student Health Center has
a registered, licensed dietitian on staff that is available to see
students for individual nutrition counseling. The dietitian provides
counseling on a wide range of nutrition concerns including:
Medical conditions (diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol)
Sports and performance nutrition
General nutrition or eating concerns
All individual nutrition appointments are $20 each and are billed to your student account. For an appointment please call (205) 348-2778.
Dietitian on the Go
Are you getting mixed nutrition messages?
Stop by the second floor of the Ferguson Center for reliable, up-to-date
advice and measurement of body fat. A
registered dietitian or a peer health educator from Project Health
will be available on Thursdays from 11am to 1pm during the fall and spring semesters starting August 28, 2014.
Crimson Cooking Cookbook
Crimson Cooking has over 80 quick and healthy recipes submitted by UA
students just like you. Pick up your copy at the Supe Store for just
$10.99. Check out a sample recipe from our vegetarian section below.
1/2 Tbsp of olive oil
3 Tbsp of marinara or pizza sauce
1/4 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
1 Tbsp black olives
1/2 roma tomato
1 tsp Italian seasoning
Vegetables of your choice (optional)
Brush pita with olive oil and spread the sauce evenly. Sprinkle
cheese on top and cover with your choice of vegetables. Sprinkle the
Italian seasoning and bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
Recipe submitted by Melanie DeBrielle, UA student and Project Health member.
Health and Nutrition Calculators
Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both adult men and women.
Choose My Plate Super Tracker tells you the amount of food you should be consuming from each food group. You will receive a customized food guide.