Taylor Lane is from Pueblo, Colorado and transferred to CSU from CSU-Pueblo in January 2017. She is an undergraduate student studying nutrition and food science with a concentration in dietetics and nutrition management.
When it comes to nutrition, Lane is most interested in community health and wellness. She is particularly focused on the power of intuitive and mindful eating and how it can bring people into a healthy relationship with food. Lane wants to devote herself to teaching people how to embrace food in all of its forms, but also gain awareness of how different foods can affect their health.
After graduating this December, she plans to become a registered dietitian nutritionist and take on the role of a community nutrition educator. She is interested in doing one-on-one counseling with outpatients and other individuals in the community.
Lane says she likes working with the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center because it not only offers personal nutrition counseling, but it also focuses on group nutrition education. “I love that the KRNC offers ways for nutrition students to get involved,” Lane boasts. “I am so fortunate to be able to get hands on experience with nutrition counseling, cooking classes, health fairs, grocery tours and so much more.”
The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is part of the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences.