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Dietician appointments available at Student Health Service. Call for an appointment at 288-7184
Eating on the go? Skipping meals? Overdoing it on snack foods? Depending on caffeine?
Eating on an inconsistent schedule and missing key ingredients can leave you feeling jittery, tired, and irritable. You may also notice that studying is less productive and your memory and concentration aren’t where they need to be.
Try these essential “ Food as Fuel” tips:
Try to get 3 meals and 2 snacks every day to keep your energy levels steady and hunger under control
Have protein at each meal, e.g. lean meats, fish, lowfat dairy, eggs, nuts, peanutbutter, tofu or beans
Drink water instead of sugary sodas and energy drinks
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