Consult with a Registered Dietitian to personalize a nutritional program for you. Eating to lose, gain or maintain your weight is not the same for all. You will have a customized nutrition plan designed specifically for you, which incorporates your lifestyle and food preferences.
Make your first appointment today! Contact LeAnn to set up your initial appointment. Pay the required fee at the front desk at the time of your first visit. Membership is not required to use Nutrition Services. For any other visits to the Recreation Center, a membership or day fee is required.
Wellness Nutrition planning for maintaining healthy weight, improving athletic performance, learning balanced meal planning and general nutrition inquiries.
Wellness Nutrition Planning Fees
$65 Resident/$75 Nonresident for initial 1-hour appointment
$35 Resident/$45 Nonresident for follow-up 30-minute appointments
Clinical Nutrition planning for disease management helps with diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, kidney disease and more. Please bring medication list and laboratory reports to initial appointment.
Clinical Nutrition Planning Fees
$75 Resident/$95 Nonresident for initial 1-hour appointment
$45 Resident/$55 Nonresident for follow-up 30-minute appointments
LeAnn Rychlik, RD
LeAnn Rychlik is a Registered Dietitian with a Master of Science degree in nutrition from Texas Woman’s University. Since 1999 she has worked with a variety of patient populations, from critical care, HIV/AIDS, and dialysis to wellness and weight loss. LeAnn currently works with cardiology patients at Baylor Scott & White.
LeAnn is also a certified wellness coach who not only educates her clients regarding their specific nutritional issues, but also assists them in taking active steps toward improving health and life quality. If you are in search of a nutrition professional to help guide you on the right path toward your health goals, she will partner with you to discover realistic strategies to help you succeed.
Join LeAnn’s Nutrition Topic Series
The one-hour nutrition talks will specialize in a variety of healthy eating and nutrition guidance.
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Nutrition Topics
Classes meet on Mondays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
September 25 – What’s in your Bag?: Healthy Lunches
October 23 – Healthy Meal Planning 101
January 29 – News to Chews: Hottest Trends in Healthy Foods
February 26 – Pre-Diabetes: How to Decrease your Risk for Diabetes
All classes require one Fee-Based Fitness pass per person.