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Nutrition Consultations

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Meet with our registered dietitian for individual nutrition counseling.

Request a Nutrition Consultation

For questions regarding the sign-up process please contact Brenna Schmader, registered dietitian, at or 402-472-0880.

Nutrition consultation topics include:

  • General healthy eating
  • Meal planning
  • Nutrition for an active lifestyle
  • Eating well on a budget
  • Plant-based nutrition
  • Relationships with food
  • Mindful eating
  • Weight management
  • Nutrition for any lifestyle
  • Heart health
  • Gut health
  • Food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities
  • And more...
Student + Member
Starter Pack


1 – 1 hr. initial consultation

2 – 30 min. follow-ups with additional add-ons for more sessions

Starter Pack


1 – 1 hr. initial consultation

2 – 30 min. follow-ups with additional add-ons for more sessions

Brenna Schmader, registered dietitian

Hello, I'm Brenna!

I graduated in May 2022 with my master's degree in Community Nutrition and Health Promotion after spending six years here at UNL completing my undergraduate and graduate programs. I'm a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a Licensed Medical Nutrition Therapist. I grew up in Bellevue, Nebraska as an only child in a family of ten. I enjoy staying active and spending time outdoors. I also like listening to music, drawing, spending time with my cat, and visiting coffee shops and bakeries. I'm passionate about health equity, diversity, and inclusion. My practicing philosophy is to meet people where they're at; making holistic, contextualized recommendations. Everyone is the expert of their own life and health looks different for everyone.

Do you have any food and nutrition-related questions? Feel free to schedule a consultation or stop in and say hi! You can contact me at or 402-472-0880

Ask a Registered Dietitian

**This is not a substitute for medical advice and individualized nutrition care. Questions and answers may be used on Campus Recreation social media accounts as well as used as a topic for the Wellness & Nutrition blog.