Welcome to the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center Website!
The mission of the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center is to provide service learning opportunities and training for students in the department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, while enhancing the health of the community through nutrition outreach, collaboration, and research.
Friday, October 10th, 6-8 p.m. - Skip the carryout, and instead bring that special someone to a fun, interactive evening of cooking, learning, and dining!
Everyone can make some improvement to their diet, whether it’s to lower blood pressure or get ideas for meal planning. Our dietitians provide realistic, individualized recommendations to help you feel better now!
Gluten-free eating can be challenging when you are learning to buy and prepare new foods. We have created a variety of tools to help you with this journey!
Do you need some basic cooking instruction and nutrition tips? Schedule your own personal cooking class!
Send us a log of what you eat and get a personalized computerized assessment of your diet! We’ll also give you suggestions to optimize your diet for better health.
Optimize your performance with a nutrition and hydration plan from our experts. Years of experience with all ages, levels, and needs!
Diabetes is a major health issue. Let us help you prevent, manage, or learn more about how to control diabetes without letting it control you.
Diets don’t work. We help you with behavior change to address eating triggers, meal planning, mindfulness, and portion control!
Employees who receive nutrition and other health information have higher productivity and fewer sick days than those who do not. We can help your staff make realistic, healthful lifestyle changes.
Our state of the art testing lets us determine how many calories you need daily, adjusted for activities, exercise, and any desired weight change.
Room 114, Gifford Building
502 W. Lake Street
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