Food & Nutrition is focused on bringing together stakeholders from across Duke, including nutritionists, students, farmers, faculty, policy experts, and dining administrators to catalogue the food and nutrition resources that currently exist, identify where there are additional needs, and make recommendations for addressing those needs. In this effort, the Food & Nutrition working group will develop clear goals and success measures for guiding and tracking Duke’s progress as it works to become the healthiest campus in the United States.
Anthony Viera, MD, MPH, Chair of Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
Marcus Carson, Duke Dining, Assistant Director for Sustainability & Quality Control
Student Health Nutrition Services
Encourages an environment that educates, supports and facilitates a student's ability to develop lifelong healthy eating behaviors
Nutrition Resources & Information
Disordered Eating/Eating Disorder Information
Assessment and referral to support students with eating and body image concerns
Duke Dining: Nutrition & Dietary Information
Tips and recipes to help students maintain a balanced plate, the key to good nutritional health
For Faculty and Staff
Duke Farmers Market
Find farm fresh fruits, vegetables, and other local goods at a convenient location (runs from April - September)
Duke Mobile Market
Program where a variety of fruits, vegetables, and other local products are hand-selected, individually boxed, and brought from the field to you
One-on-one meeting with a registered dietitian to learn ways to improve health through diet.
Maintain Don’t Gain
From Thanksgiving through the New Year, participants receive weekly health resources to help maintain their weight through the holidays.
Mind Your Health Seminars
Free seminar focusing on finding the keys to managing stress in today's busy world
Your Weigh Together
10-week healthy lifestyle program with a sound approach to nutrition, exercise and behavior change
Telephone Based Health Coaching
Coaches will work with you remotely over the phone and through messaging in the MyHealth wellness portal. Employees who choose this option don't need to have specific risk factors to enroll- a desire to maintain or improve your health is all that is required!
Face-to-Face Health Coaching
If you work on campus at one of Duke's medical centers, or within 10 miles of these locations. Our health coaches can either meet with you at your workplace or at our office located in the Duke South Clinic. Employees who choose this option typically have at least one health risk factor, such as the need to lose weight or lower cholesterol.