Corporate Wellness

Nutrition expert Kelly O. Schmidt, RD, LDN makes nutrition messages come alive. Her breadth of knowledge and experience communicating nutrition inspires people to reach their goals.

Kelly offers one-off presentations as well as a 26 day program, termed as FIT26.

The FIT26 Corporate Nutrition Challenge


View More: is a 26 day program hosted in your workplace for employees and their spouses.

Our program leads participants to understand how powerful our nutrition choices can impact our life from better energy and sleep, to overall better performance, physical and mental. Team leaders, myself, Kelly Schmidt, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and Tom Feeney, Certified Personal Trainer will educate and aim to change the way in which participants read labels, grocery shop, exercise, and cook for your

family over the course of the month.

FIT26 Nutrition Challenge not only creates healthier individuals, it also brings a sense of community, collaboration and well­being to organizations.

This program includes:

  • Menus ­ with accompanying grocery lists and recipes for the 4 weeks
  • A recommended food list and a list of foods to crowd off your plate
  • Eating Out Guide ­ highlighting go-­to meals on popular menus
  • Educational Emails (Monday-­Friday)
  • 4 Lunch & Learns ­
  • Body Measurements ­ pre/post program
  • A (Private) Community Portal ­ ability to ask questions 24/7 during the program.


  • Are all calories created equal?
  • Stabilizing Blood Sugar
  • What it takes to lose weight
  • Realistic Steps to a better lifestyle
  • What Is Clean Eating?
  • On the Road: How to Eat Well While Traveling
  • Fact or Fiction? Supplements
  • Diet, Hormones, and Your Weight
  • Guiltless Gluten Free Eating
  • Simple Solutions to Cooking at Home





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  1. Carly Valentino

    Hi Kelly! Im applying for the USCG Officer Candidate School and I need to get into shape. My mom is diabetic and there is a good chance I may be somewhere down the road, do you have any advice on a specific type of diet I should follow allong with my workouts?


  2. Kelly Schmidt

    Hi Carly! Thanks for checking out the site and commenting. Good on you for applying to the USCG School; best of luck. Diabetes can be genetic but not always – so don’t feel like you are bound to get it. But on the positive always keep your health top of mind. Always drink plenty of water, avoid sugary drinks and diet sodas, move often (even if it’s just walking) and the best thing I can tell you for a road of health is don’t be afraid of fats (avocado, organic dairy products including butter, olive oils, coconut, grass fed meat, etc) and avoid grains (bread, pasta, cous cous, cereal, pancakes, cookies, etc) as much as possible. Does this sound doable? Always put your best foot forward and enjoy the food you have in front of you. Food is one of the best pleasures in life!

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