Kelly Frazier has been a Lecturer of Health Sciences at Furman University since 2002. She currently instructs HSC 101 Wellness Concepts, HSC 315 Fundamentals of Nutrition, and actively promotes healthy living on Furman campus and the throughout the Greenville community. Additionally, Frazier coordinates, trains instructors, and instructs classes for the Furman Group Exercise Program.
Over the past ten years, Frazier has been invited to present numerous lecturers to campus, community, cooperate, school, and church organizations. In 2008 she partnered with Furman Dining Services to market and increase the selection of healthy food options available on campus through the development of the Eat Well initiative. A review of Dining Services production records suggests that the campus has replaced many refined grains, fried foods, fatty meats, and high-sugar items with vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and lean proteins since the initiative began.
Frazier is currently developing and researching the effects of the Furman University Eating Lean (FUEL) Dietary Intervention on health outcomes associated with obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. She enjoys working closely with individuals to develop healthier and sustainable eating habits to promote optimal well-being.
Frazier earned her bachelor’s degree from James Madison University in Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition and her master’s degree from Furman in Health and Exercise Science. She is a certified Health and Specialist by the American College of Sports Medicine.
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FUEL: Furman University Eating Lean Dietary Intervention
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