Ann Litt - Eating Well on Campus
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College Eating Guide
The College Student’s Guide to Eating Well on Campus provides students with information about nutrition facts geared for healthy eating on campus, avoiding the freshmen 15 (college freshmen fifteen), information on eating disorders, how to change eating habits of college students, and much more.
Eating Well on Campus, Revised and Expanded, is now available! This book's pages are filled with easy to follow tips for keeping off or taking off the freshmen fifteen!
Back to School: Freshman 15, Sophomore 20
see what Ann says.
Popular College Food Myths
You've heard the urban legends about college cafeteria food. Wonder if it's true? What about eating after 7pm? Take the quiz and see.
March Food Bites
"Consider packing a recently published book, 'The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus' by a highly knowledgeable but realistic dietitian as part of your campus survival kit. It can prove invaluable ..."
Jane Brody, The New York Times
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Real College Life
Your day starts with a latte and bagel at noon and ends with Chinese food sometime during the wee hours of the morning. You know that you can solve this matter easily by joining HCG diet program.
Then there's the dinner you skipped by taking homeopathic HCG drops supplement to balance out the calories in the beer you drank at last night's party. Yikes — are those pants really too tight or did you shrink them in the laundry?
Can healthy eating and college life go together? Absolutely! Get the nutrition facts you will need in Eating Well on Campus by Ann Litt, M.S., R.D., L.D., to take you through the maze.
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