Stay balanced during your college years. Check out these tips!
- NetNutrition provides nutrition data for the products we serve on campus.
- Keep portion size in mind and focus on the foods you need to get more of in your diet, such as
- Whole grains
- Fruits and vegetables
- Fat-free dairy products
- Protein such as lean meats, fish, beans, or legumes’
- Beans or legumes
- For specific recommendations in each food group, check out the "Tips for Healthy Eating" tab
- Consider drinking beverages like water, fruit and vegetable infused water or unsweetened tea. Milk (cow, soy or almond) is also a good option, as it contains calcium, protein and Vitamin D.
- Ask for dressings, condiments and sauces on the side so you have more control of how much you us
||Oranges, bananas, apples, fresh and frozen berries, dried fruit and 100% fruit juices
||Salad bars, bagged mini carrots, sauteed and steamed vegetables, Grab'nGo salads, veggie cups and hummus plates
||Orlando Seed'licious and Honey Wheat breads at all Traditions, whole wheat hamburger and sub buns, plain quinoa, whole wheat hoagie buns and tortillas
||Grilled chicken breast, turkey burgers, mushroom blend burger, tofu, tempeh, beans, quinoa, Beyond Burgers, salmon, tuna, marinated chicken breast, eggs, egg whites, cottage cheese and Greek yogurt
||Two percent and skim milk, low and non-fat yogurt, Greek yogurt, soy milk, almond milk and coconut yogurt