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The Wellness Program works hard to make eating healthy easy for college students. Every month new recipe cards are posted with yummy, easy to make dishes that appeal to Emory college students. For example, some past recipes were strawberry banana smoothies, guacamole, protein pancakes, and green juice. Additionally, the Wellness Program puts on nutrition challenges that encourage participants to follow healthy eating behaviors with the end goal of maintaining these new habits even after the challenge is completed. To further encourage students during the nutrition challenges, the Wellness Program offers participants a chance to win prizes such as personal blenders, meal prepping lunch boxes, and gift cards from health food stores. The Wellness Program also hosts nutrition workshops with registered dieticians. Past workshops included, Healthy Eating on a Budget, How to Avoid the Freshman 15, and What to Eat Pre and Post Workout.

Clean and Lean

In part 1 of this 2 part series learn how to improve your overall health and wellbeing by learning to eat clean and get lean. Participate in an interactive nutrition workshop providing valuable information on creating a balanced diet for effective weight loss and management. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, January 31st at 5 p.m. in room 402 on the 4th floor of the WoodPEC. Register at for a chance to win a smoothie blender! If you have any questions email


Bon Appetite through Emory, offers a balanced program to identify healthy food choices while eating on campus. If you need additional assistance finding the right types of food or would like more information, please reach out to Registered Dietitian Carol Kelly RD, LD

Student Health Services provides nutritional amenities for all enrolled Emory students at no cost. Students may schedule an appointment with a registered and licensed dietitian through the Patient Portal.

Why meet with a Registered Dietitian? Benefits of Individual counseling?

Feel tired during the day with low energy for classes and studying?
Feel unhappy with your weight and think about food all the time?
Spend a lot of time at the gym but not getting the results you want?
Eat out a lot or consume a lot of processed canned/boxed/frozen foods because you are unsure how or what to cook?
Want to make healthy choices at the dining halls or at the grocery store?
Want to eat more vegan or vegetarian meals?