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Medical Nutrition Services

Regina Mastin is our Clinical Dietitian at the Counseling Center.

She provides to Baylor Students Nutrition Services:

• Medical Diagnosis with significant nutrition implications including

Diabetes, hypoglycemia, heart disease, high blood pressure, and/or


• Food and body image concerns.

• Eating Disorder

• Weight Management (interest in losing or gaining weight)

• Digestive problems: food allergies, lactose intolerance, celiac disease, irritable bowel,

and/or colitis.

• Vegetarian or vegan diet advice

• Family history of nutrition-related disease

• Recent appetite changes

• Vitamin or mineral deficiency related to diet

• Nutritional analysis – you want to get feedback on your diet and eat smarter.

To seek the services of the counseling center’s Dietitian, you must first get a referral from a clinician at the counseling center. Just use our walk-in services and meet with a clinician and let them know your concerns, if you are already seeing a clinician at the counseling center, talk to them today about a possible referral to the Dietitian.

The Dietitian will work with you if your concerns need referrals into the community as well.


Am I Eating Healthy?

Am I a Normal Eater?

What is Intuitive Eating?

What is Emotional Eating?

Can I really have a positive body image?

Is Dieting Dangerous?

Could I be over exercising?

Driving Yourself Crazy Trying to Perfect?

Do I have to be thin to be healthy?


1. Portion Distortion

2. Right sized portion Plate

3. 10 Ways to Love Your Body

4. Nutrition Tips For Busy Students

5. Healthier Restaurant Choices for students

6. Stress Busters for students: Avoiding the Food Trap

7. Eating Strategies for Exam Time

8. Energizing Exam-Time Snacks

9. 20 Superfoods

McLane Student Life Center
2nd Floor
Phone: 254.710.2467
Fax: 254.710.2460

Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.