Fuel your body appropriately as you are trying to become more fit and reach your health & wellness goals. Our Dietitians have several educational offerings to help you learn about nutrition and eating well.  For individual recommendations, check out our 1:1 nutrition consultations to help you make positive changes in terms of what you eat to enhance your wellbeing. You can register online. (If you do not have an account, your ID# is your PersonID found on the back of your Mayo Clinic badge or call the front desk 507-266-4688.) These offerings are led by a registered dietitian

Get Your Diet in Gear: Join the dietitian and a group fitness instructor in the Cycle Studio for a 4-week program focusing on healthy dietary and lifestyle habits for weight control. The dietitian will discuss material from the Mayo Clinic Diet book and the cycle instructor will lead you through a workout. 

Nutrition Corner Workshop: Hear from our dietitian about how to eat well while having an active lifestyle. Free

Women's Midlife Program: This 5-week program will discuss changes at midlife in women, and it will provide resources to support a healthy lifestyle from experts in the areas of nutrition, physical activity and stress management.

  • Sept 2019 - See Offerings Catalog for dates & times                                                   

Endurance Sports Nutrition Series: Learn how to adequately hydrate, fuel, and recover for optimal training. This two-week series is intended for those training for endurance events (i.e., half marathon, full marathon, triathlon, distance cycling, etc). 

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Menu Creations & Supermarket Savvy: Do you have food in the cupboards, but nothing to put together for a meal? Join DAHLC dietitians for a 6-week nutrition-focused program to pick up the tools you need for successful meal planning and grocery shopping. 

To register for a nutrition program, use the Member Portal, stop by the front desk or call 507-266-4688. If you have any questions, please contact our dietitians at



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