Registered Dietitian Sessions

Dietitians are experts in food and nutrition.  They advise people on what to eat in order to lead a healthy lifestyle or achieve a specific health-related goal.

Dietitians do the following:

  • Assess clients’ health needs and diet
  • Counsel clients on nutrition issues and healthy eating habits
  • Develop meal plans, taking both cost and clients’ preferences/goals into account
    • Example: a client with high blood pressure will learn how to use less salt in cooking, purchasing food, and dining out
    • Example: a meal plan designed with limited fat and sugar to help a client lose weight
  • Evaluate the effect of meal plans, and change the plans as needed
  • Keep up with the latest nutritional science research

Initial Visits

Any initial visit (in-person, phone, or e-mail) will count as a 1 hour wellness session.

Follow-ups (can include detailed meal plan)

  • Detailed meal plan by itself – 1 hour wellness session
  • In-person: 30 min visit (usually 4-6 weeks after initial visit) + weekly e-mails from the dietitian to check in – 1 hour wellness session
  • Phone/E-mail: each phone call or e-mail will count as a 15 min follow-up, so if 4 e-mails/calls are exchanged, a 1 hour wellness session will be accumulated

Meet the Dietitians

Renee Cooper

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Renee’s Bio


Lisa Lewis

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Lisa’s Bio

Registration and Scheduling 

Call Records at (440) 366-4067 to register for any of the following packages:

NHLH 107 – DE01: 1 session, $35

NHLH 107 – DE02: 4 sessions, $145

NHLH 107 – DE03: 5 sessions, $175

NHLH 107 – DE04: 10 sessions, $315 (buy 9 and get one free)

NHLH 107 – DE05: 20 sessions, $525 (buy 15 and get five free)

After registration, contact Taryn Taylor at to schedule sessions.  

Registered Dietitian sessions expire at the end of the semester in which they were purchased. There will be no refunds.