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Jeff Vallee, R.D., C.D.N.
SUNY Plattsburgh Campus Dietitian
518-564-3030 or email@example.com
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SUNY Plattsburgh students have the opportunity and are encouraged to consult with campus Dietitian, Jeff Vallee. Jeff graduated from SUNY Oneonta and completed his internship at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. Jeff has been with SUNY Plattsburgh for several years and works closely with Campus Dining, the Center for Student Health & Psychological Services and the Fitness Center.
- Student informational seminars are available and include, but are not limited to; Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Celiac, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Food Allergies, Sports Performance, Vegetarianism, Veganism, Weight Loss or Gain.
- Private consultations are available for students only and are scheduled through the Student Health Center. All Campus Dietitian services are free of charge for students.
- Schedule a consult thorugh the Center for Student Health at 518-564-2187 or in person at the Health Center's Desk. The Health Center in located off of Rugar Street and is the building behind the College Store.
- If you have dietary restrictions, our Campus Dieititian can assist you in finding the menu items that suit your nutritional dietary needs.
Preparing for your private consult
In order for your time with the dietitian to be spent effectively, it is important that you prepare a food journal a few days in advance. Typical entries may include:
- Time of day
- The food description & amount eaten
- Time spent eating
- Location of eating
- Other activities done while eating
- Mood at the time of eating
- Level of hunger at the time of eating
At your appointment the dietitian will obtain a diet history and background information. This process will assist you in becoming aware of your eating habits so you can make healthful changes.
Why Keep A Food Journal?
Food journals are essential to better understand your eating habits. They allow you to see the type, quantity and nutritional value of the food you choose to eat. Food journals also help you understand triggers that affect your eating habits and may assist you in developing strategies for healthful change.
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