You can’t outrun illness or old age but staying physically fit can help ward off a host of diseases and conditions. Experts recommend getting at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day. Let our spacious Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center and extensive fitness and education programs help you get there.
We take a comprehensive approach to fitness and nutrition, with a focus on:
- People who want to start a fitness program
- People who want to maintain their healthy lifestyle
- People recovering from illness or injury
- Athletes who want to enhance their performance
We'll work with you to develop a tailored nutrition plan and achieve your specific health goals.
Our fitness center caters to your physical, mental and emotional fitness. Regardless of your age or ability, we have the equipment, facilities, classes and programs to help you succeed. From aquatics and group exercise to personal training and nutrition counseling, we are focused on your wellness.
Nutrition Education to Help You Feel Your Best
When it comes to your health, you are what you eat. Good nutrition can help keep you and your family looking and feeling great. Registered dietitians at Baylor University Medical Center provide nutrition education, counseling and lifestyle coaching that can help.
The Baylor Outpatient Nutrition Counseling program also offers medical nutrition therapy for those with specific needs, diseases and medical conditions, including:
- Pregnant and breastfeeding women
- Prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes
- Cardiovascular disease and hypertension
- Digestive disorders
- People trying to improve their health
Our dietitians provide education, guidance and encouragement to help you reach your nutrition goals. Services may include:
- Instruction on special meal plans
- Individualized eating and lifestyle plans
- Computerized nutrition analysis
- Review of lab work
- Recipe "makeovers"
- Weight-loss strategies
- Tips for healthy cooking, dining out and traveling
To learn more or to make an appointment, call 214.820.7733.