Nutrition Resources

1341 West 26th Street
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 814-456-0282 Ext. 111
Web: www.wfcerie.com

Description: Whole Foods Co-op is a natural foods grocery and wellness store with the addition and benefit of having a wonderful Cafe and Bakery. We pride in our ability to provide stellar customer service and our commitment to the local economy. Currently, there are 6,500 member owners and thousands of customers from the general public.

2115 West 38th Street
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-866-5174
Web: www.acsworkplacesolutions.com/meetingwell.asp

Description: Meeting Well is a guidebook that offers companies healthy food ideas and suggestions for physical activity that energize meeting participants and demonstrate how easy it can be to live a healthier lifestyle every day. Employees often eat one or more of their meals in the workplace. The food your employees eat and the amount of physical activity they get on a daily basis directly impacts their health. By eating well and being active, employees will feel better, have the energy they need to get through their busy workdays, and reduce their risk of chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

4682 Douglas Circle NW
Canton, OH 44718
Phone: 814-572-1391
Web: www.heart.org

My Heart. My Life: American Heart Association’s awareness, prevention, and education program based on incentives around increasing physical activity.

Lunch and Learn: Healthy lunch program aimed at education and prevention in our community.

3330 Peach Street, Suite 211
Erie, PA 16508
Phone: 814-877-5481


Health Coaching: Would you like to feel better on a daily basis? If you haven’t been able to improve your lifestyle and health by yourself, then perhaps it’s time to get a health coach. Common reasons for seeking health coaching include menopause management, nutrition guidance and advice on vitamins. This service is not covered by health insurance.

Medical Nutrition Therapy: Many people struggle with eating a balanced diet. This service provides children and adults with one-on-one outpatient appointments with a Registered Dietitian. From high cholesterol to digestive disorders to obesity, the goal is to manage a variety of medical conditions through proper nutrition. Medical Nutrition Therapy is reimbursed by health insurance. We will co-ordinate the referral with your doctor’s office and verify coverage with your insurance company.

Worksite Wellness and Executive Therapy: The goal of this service is to improve the health profile of area businesses. This is achieved by on-site health screenings, wellness programs, health coaching and executive physicals.

Yoga, Wellness Programs, and Health Screenings: From yoga to nutrition classes to health screenings, these programs are designed to help you take better care of yourself and to detect medical issues early.

145 West 23rd Street, Suite 302
Erie, PA 16502
Phone: 814-452-7354


Bariatric Support Group: A monthly support group for patients who have had bariatric surgery. Held the last Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m.

Diabetes Self-Management Training and Education: Physician ordered education and training services.

tritrition Therapy: Physician-ordered nutrition therapy services.

1128 State Street, Suite 302
Erie, PA 16501
Phone: (814) 454-0715
Fax: (814) 454-0815
Web: www.diabeteserie.org


Diabetes Self-Management Education: Led by a registered nurse, this interactive program helps people learn the skills necessary to manage their diabetes for life. Each series lasts five weeks and includes weekly sessions. The program is tailored for anyone aged 18 and above, especially those who are uninsured or underinsured.

Diabetes Survival Skills: This program provides educational information to those who are newly diagnosed with diabetes. The most vital topics related to managing the disease are presented either in the office or during a home visit. The program is tailored for anyone aged 18 and above, especially those who are uninsured or underinsured.

Group Lifestyle Balance: A certified life coach supports and guides individuals diagnosed with diabetes through the process of adopting healthy eating and physical activity habits.