Rebecca Miller, MPH, RDN, LD
Assistant Director for Nutrition & Dietary Wellness
If I were to write a book or cookbook one day, it would be titled “Eat What You Love!”
Nutrition is more than just nutrients, it’s also about learning how to enjoy your food, while also aiming to consume good nutrition. I am a firm believer that you can & should love what you eat & eat what you love!
While you’re here at WashU I hope you learn how to eat for yourself now, as a college student. I also want you to realize and learn that your needs (and preferences) may change one day and you’ll be confident, adaptable & knowledge of how your nutrition can and should change then. Life is full of transitions, moving to college is just one of them. You’ll continue to need to adjust your life, including your nutrition.
Whether you have weight or other health concerns (blood sugar or blood pressure for instance), disordered eating behaviors, food guilt, need to fuel your performance, need to manage & enjoy eating with food allergies or intolerances, or just need to talk with someone about breaking down the many nutrition myths and misinformation out there, we are here for you! Use your resources while you’re here and reach out to set up some one on one time together! You can email me at email@example.com!
You can also connect on social media & stay tuned for our upcoming podcast series!
Susan Caciano, MS, RD, LD
Susan Caciano is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Exercise Physiologist, STOTT Pilates Instructor, and has a Master’s in Nutrition and Physical Performance.
She grew up competitively swimming and enjoys reformer pilates as well as reading in her downtime. Susan has a private practice, Yellowbird Nutrition, where she teaches plant-based cooking classes and works with individuals to overcome chronic dieting and move toward a more peaceful and mindful relationship with food. She has experience working with disordered eating, athletes, chronic disease, and weight concerns. She enjoys helping individuals thrive with food, movement, cooking practices, and mindfulness to create simple habits that can last a lifetime.
If you’d like to achieve a more peaceful relationship with food, connect nutrition with movement & cooking, or just learn how you can peacefully dine around campus you can email her to schedule a consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org