is a registered dietitian on staff at Bloomington Hospital. Mrs.
Carver decided on the study of nutrition because of her
volunteer experience working with Meals-On-Wheels in Austin,
Texas. Originally educated as a botanist, she changed direction
and finished her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences at Cornell
University. Mrs. Carver has held specialty certificates in
nutrition support and metabolic nutrition. She most recently
served as the editor of the 2006 Indiana Diet Manual, and claims
she can now spot those passive sentences a mile away.
Schwenke, is an Outpatient Dietitian at Bloomington
Hospital. She received her B.S. in Human Sciences from
Mississippi State University in May 2004, and completed her M.S.
in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Memphis in 2005.
Ms. Schwenke provides nutrition therapy counseling and speaks to
the community on topics of nutrition, health and exercise. Even
with her busy schedule, she still finds time to play co-ed
recreational soccer here in Bloomington.
Alice Lindeman; associate professor in the Department of
Applied Health Sciences, Indiana University. Dr. Lindeman
received her PhD in 1986 from Syracuse University. Her
areas of instruction includedietetics and
nutrition; medical nutrition therapy; sports nutrition;
complementary and alternative health. Her research interests
include nutrition in fitness and sport throughout the life span;
bariatric surgery; complementary and alternative medicine.