Don't let your nutrition fall behind in college. Need strategies to help you eat healthy on campus? Print and use the Smart Cart shopping list to plan your defensive nutritional strategy. The list is divided into food group teams so you can load up on winning plays. Stock up on healthy foods using this fun, football-themed list.
College can be a difficult time to eat right. Nutrition Counseling at Lafene Health Center can help!
One-on-one nutrition counseling with a registered dietitian. Students commonly seek advice about weight control, nutrition, eating disorders, medical nutrition therapy for special diets, and fitness. Call 785.532.6544 for an appointment and/or information regarding charges.
What is your "metabolic fingerprint"? How many calories do you need to gain or lose weight? Metabolism is different for everyone.
A Health Educator or Registered Dietitian at Lafene Health Center can administer the test using a MedGem® indirect calorimeter by Microlife™ and explain how your metabolic rate affects your overall health and weight management goals. Metabolic testing with the MedGem® is available for K-State students, faculty and staff. Call 785.532.5240 for an appointment and current pricing.
Forms available online to print. Follow the instructions for completion. (These forms are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Acrobat to view and print.)
Free to all Kansas State University students, anonymous and completely confidential. Provided by Lafene Health Center to help you quickly identify symptoms consistent with an eating disorder. Specific resources will be recommended if risk is determined. The screening takes approximately 5 minutes to complete. (Available during Fall and Spring semesters.)
Lafene physicians are available to assess and monitor physical effects of disordered eating. For an appointment, call 785.532.6544. Health Promotion/Nutrition Counseling is also available to provide information regarding eating disorders.
Located at the English/Counseling Services Building, Counseling Services offers individual counseling as well as periodic support groups for students with eating disorders. Call 785.532.6927 for additional information.