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Lisa Nolting, MFCS, RDN, LD

Lisa joined Iowa State as a Registered Dietitian in 2013, after working for several years as a School Nutrition Director. She spent four years with Campus Dining Services before coming to work with the Office of Student Wellness in December 2017. In her role with Student Wellness, Lisa provides one-on-one nutrition counseling and eating disorder services, advises peer wellness educators, creates population level programs and services, and collaborates with campus departments to promote holistic health and well-being.

Lisa uses a non-diet, weight neutral approach to food, nutrition, and body image. This approach is based on Health at Every Size, which is a holistic definition of health that includes principles of weight inclusivity, health enhancement, respectful care, life-enhancing movement, and eating for well-being. She also utilize Ellyn Satter’s model of Eating Competence, which addresses eating attitudes, food acceptance, internal regulation, and contextual skills in addition to Intuitive Eating, which guides individuals toward a less complicated, more satisfying relationship with food. Lisa believes food is meant to be enjoyed and wants to help students rediscover the joy of eating.

Master of Family and Consumer Science (specialization in Dietetics), Iowa State University, 2014
Dietetic Internship, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, 2009
B.S., Dietetics, Iowa State University, 2008
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers