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For Your Health

Amber Info updated

Eating healthy doesn’t mean never indulging in ice cream or pizza again.  It’s choosing healthier options most of the time.  Choose a wide variety of fruits vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins, as well as 3 servings of dairy each day.  Limit added sugars and fats, especially saturated and trans fats. 

The general rule of thumb is to choose healthier options 80% of the time.  That leaves you plenty of opportunities to indulge at your favorite restaurant or split a dessert with a friend. 

As you get readjusted to Tech, remember to take care of yourself.  Eat well, sleep adequately, and make the most of your free time.  You’ll find that when you take time for your needs, you’re better able to manage school, work, and all the other fun stuff that heads your way! 

You can meet with Amber Johnson, the dietitian at Health Promotion in Stamps Health Services! Call 404-894-9980 to make an appointment for $5! 

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Nutrition icons make it easy to identify healthy choices

Look for these nutrition icons on the foods being served on your campus to help you meet your dietary needs or desires. If you need assistance finding the right types of foods for you, please reach out to your on-campus manager or chef. If you have additional dietary questions, please contact us so we can help! We have registered dietitians ready to answer your questions and help you make healthy choices.

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Meet the Nutritionist

 My name is Amber Johnson and I am a Georgia Tech alumnus, having graduated with a degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry.  After several years in research, I returned to school, obtaining a Master’s degree in Nutrition from Georgia State University.  I have since held positions at Marcus Autism Center and Atlanta Pediatric Nutrition before joining the team at Tech.  
My entire career has been focused on helping children and young people.  I love working with students of all types, especially those who want to lose weight, gain weight, and eat healthier.  I also enjoy helping students overcome disordered eating patterns.  I have completed certificate programs on Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management, Prevention Strategies for Childhood Obesity, and Nutrition Therapy Feeding Interventions for Autism, Asperger’s and ADHD.

I am a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist in the state of Georgia, as well as a member of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, including its Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition (SCAN) Practice Group. I am also a member of the Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Greater Atlanta Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and the Georgia Physical Activity and Nutrition Coalition.    

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