The Nutritionist can help with
- Healthier food choices on campus
- Meal planning strategies
- Recipe ideas
- Decreasing added sugar
- Eating on the run tips
- Sports nutrition
- Eating disorders
- Food related medical concerns such as diabetes or food allergies
What to Expect
The first appointment is approximately 45-60 minutes. The nutritionist will complete an assessment to evaluate current food intake and your personal nutrition goals. Relevant nutrition information will be reviewed and a plan of action will be discussed. Follow-up appointments can be scheduled as needed.
How to Schedule
Call Health Services at (609) 652-4701.
About the Nutritionist
Kim Raring, M.S, R.D., is a registered dietitian/nutritionist with over 25 years of experience. She completed her undergraduate degree at University of Delaware and Master’s degree at Teachers College of Columbia University. Kim has a certificate in whole plant-based nutrition from Cornell University and in plant-based cooking from Roubex Cooking School. She is an adjunct faculty member and teaches a class on “Real Food”. Kim enjoys working with students and has a both a positive and simple approach when it comes to creating a healthier nutrition lifestyle.