Nutrition Programming & Resources

The world of health and nutrition information can be confusing and overwhelming! The Tevis Center for Wellness' Community Nutrition Program, Diabetes Program and Outpatient Nutrition Counseling Program provide research-based nutrition education to help you and your family sort through nutrition information and improve your well-being through good nutrition.

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The Tevis Center for Wellness offers several nutrition programs for the community:

Community Nutrition Program
Registered dietitian nutritionist Bridgette Bostic is the community nutrition educator in the Tevis Center for Wellness. She collaborates with The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County and partners with local organizations to provide nutrition expertise and promote healthy eating for disease prevention. In addition, programs offered through the community nutrition program include nutrition and wellness classes following cancer treatment, weight management programs, nutrition screenings and cooking classes.

Need a speaker to discuss nutrition topics with your community group? Learn more about our group community nutrition education presentations through our Speakers Bureau or call 410-871-7000 for more information.

Diabetes Program

The experienced, compassionate professionals of the Diabetes Program at Carroll Hospital partner with you to help you learn to manage your diabetes and lead an active, healthy life. Call 410-871-6957 to learn more.

Outpatient Adult and Pediatric Nutrition Services

Carroll Hospital's Outpatient Nutrition Services team of registered, licensed and specialty dietitians offer evidenced-based, clinically-focused nutrition therapy and counseling for people of all ages and with a wide range of conditions. 

Check out these links from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for information to achieve overall health, make good food choices and understand physical activity guidelines.

And, to reduce your cancer risk, the American Institute on Cancer Research (AICR) shares what foods to eat to lower your cancer risk and shares recommendations on cancer prevention