English: Healthy Eating Habits for College Students?They say lots of college kids put on the pounds because it is almost impossible to eat healthy while in college. I don’t believe that is true. I believe it’s all about habits. I will provide you a list of tips. Twitter Ads info and privacy
• Stock your dorm with all of the snacks that aren’t junk food. • Sneak protein into every meal or snack to stay fuller longer. • Purchase frozen foods that are less processed version. • Focus on adding whole nutritious foods instead of restricting the “bad” ones. • Fill half your plate with your favorite salad or veggies first. • Take pieces of fruit and vegetables in your backpack. • Always have a jar of natural peanut butter around for quick protein • Pick a cereal with whole grains and less than 10 grams of sugar per serving. • Always keep an emergency granola bar in your backpack for when you’re hungry. • Try to add veggies to basically everything. • Make fast stir-fries and rice bowls in the microwave. • Buy nutritious, whole grains like brown rice or quinoa in bulk so you can cook as much or as little you need. • Cook plenty on Sundays, like casseroles, or soups, and freeze separate portions for a week’s worth of dinners. • Boil lots of eggs. • Pre-portion big bags of snacks into individual baggies. • Make your own coffee or tea and take it in a to-go mug. • Try to pack a lunch as often as you can. • Bring your favorite reusable water bottle with you everywhere. Don’t let your class schedule dictate your meals and invest in lots of containers.