Nutrition

There is a lot of information available on how to eat healthy, but it isn’t always easy to do as a college student. Eating at Prospect Dining Hall isn’t like eating at home and there are a ton of choices. If you live off campus, cooking can be difficult and expensive – as well as time consuming.

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Additional Nutrition Resources:

Center for Disease Control

Fruits & Veggies Matter

My Food Pyramid

American Dietetic Association

Food and Nutrition Information Center

Mayo Clinic Food & Nutrition Center

NIH: Aim for a Healthy Weight

Nutrition Analysis Tool

Tufts Nutrition Navigator

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