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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,096
9/15/13 5:09 P

Many college cafeterias allow students to "take" one piece of fruit with them.
Always do this....it works well for a snack later in the day/evening.

Becky

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9/15/13 3:34 P

Ah yes, which as good as these meals are, everything there is rather greasy. Unfortunately it's also the most convenient.

I'm liking these ideas though, sandwich supplies would last a while. Popcorn seems epic aswell (though I always assumed it was one of those "bad" "stay away" foods.

Edited by: ACASTILLO11 at: 9/15/2013 (15:36)
DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,096
9/15/13 3:25 P

Some find nuts to be a food that easily becomes an over-consumption food.

What about you?

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9/15/13 3:23 P

I always Kept sandwich supplies on hand in my mini fridge.
PB&J (a plus because keeps for a long time)
turkey, lettuce, mustard
veggies and hummus

also healthy snacks like popcorn, nuts, yogurt, cottage cheese, fruit, etc


DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,096
9/15/13 3:13 P

low calorie yogurt
fruits and veggies
100 calorie pack popcorn
canned broth based soups


I assume you are eating most of your meals at the campus café?

Becky
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9/15/13 1:15 P

Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew some healthy foods that I could buy in bulk. My current living situation is in a college dorm with a mini fridge and a microwave so trying to figure out how to make this work with losing weight =p.

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