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At UConn Health, our dietitians can assist you in managing your weight, following a dietary therapy for a diagnosed condition, or eating healthfully while maintaining an active lifestyle. A confidential, private consultation with one of our staff members will include a thorough nutrition assessment. During this time, they will gain insight into your typical food habits, medical history, and overall health. From this information, your dietitian will provide evidence-based advice to create realistic recommendations that can fit into your lifestyle with the intention of improving your quality of life. We offer the following services to assist patients diagnosed with a diverse range of conditions:

Weight Management

Receive step-by-step, personalized guidelines to become well-versed in selecting nutritious options that will lead to sustainable weight control. Learn more about diabetes and weight management.


Attend individual sessions or group meal planning workshops to gain knowledge in self-managing blood glucose levels to lower risk of complications. Our Diabetes Education Program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Learn more about the Diabetes Education Program.

Digestive Disorders and Allergies

Learn how to implement therapeutic diets to meet your nutritional needs, despite the limitations imposed by allergies, inflammatory bowel disease, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Cardiovascular Diseases

Gain knowledge in incorporating diet modifications that can assist in lowering cholesterol and blood pressure to reduce heart disease risk.


Obtain personalized guidelines to maintain appetite, practice food safety, and receive adequate vitamins and minerals to support the immune system.


Acquire insight into remaining adequately nourished and receive dietary techniques to alleviate appetite and taste changes, digestive concerns, and weight fluctuations potentially experienced during cancer treatments. See more about nutrition services in the Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center.


A patient referral form is required prior to registering for a workshop or scheduling an appointment. Ask your physician to complete the Patient Referral/Order Form and fax it to 860-679-8359.

Office Location
UConn Health
Outpatient Pavilion, 2nd Floor East
135 Dowling Way
Farmington, CT 06030

For nutrition oncology appointments, please ask your oncologist for a referral.