Ann Litt - Eating Well on Campus
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About the Book

Just Released!

The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus, Revised and Expanded is a no-nonsense guide packed with nutrition facts to help college students navigate campus eating.

I love Ann's advice.  It is incredibly informative without being intimidating.  It serves as a great resource to leading a healthy life. I would recommend it to every college student!!!Jamie Rutenberg, Cornell University

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What’s new:

  • Reality Dieting presents the ins and outs of popular diets to help students make informed decisions about weight loss diets.
  • Special Requests will help those students who arrive on campus with food issues such as food allergies, celiac disease or hypoglycemia. College foodservices are ready and willing to accommodate your reasonable requests. Use this chapter to assist you in managing these problems away from home.
  • Nutritional analysis of new and popular food chains found on and near campuses.
  • New Food Guide Pyramid information.

$14.95 - much less than the cost of a diet program.


The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus, Revised and Expanded (2005)

Eating Well on Campus Front Cover
Eating Well on Campus Back Cover

The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus

"For all those worried parents, here's a new book that should be tucked in their [sons' and daughters'] luggage or mailed off posthaste." Daily Herald

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Fire Sale! The original edition of Eating Well on Campus has been reduced to $5.00 plus shipping while supplies last!


The College Student's Guide to Eating Well on Campus, Original Edition (2000)

Eating Well on Campus

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The book contains loads of charts, making it easy to glean the desired information. The book is divided into 4 sections: 

Nutrition 101
Weighing In
Challenges to Eating Well on Campus
College Cooking

Nutrition 101

  • The basics of nutrition
  • Charts with calories, protein and fat in typical college eateries 
  • Common myths about diet and nutrition.
Weighing In
  • Why The Freshman 15 occurs and how to avoid it 
  • Successful strategies for shedding weight gain in college freshmen 
  • Information on eating disorders including hints for avoiding them
Challenges to Eating Well on Campus:
  • Healthy eating while a vegetarian 
  • Fueling the athlete 
  • The effects of alcohol and drugs on diet
College Cooking:
  • Equipping the dorm room or apartment kitchen
  • Basic cooking techniques 
  • 30 easy to prepare, inexpensive recipes.


Reader Comments
Here's what readers are saying about Eating Well on Campus ...

Eating Well On Campus not only gave me great advice on how to avoid the junk served around campus, but also gave me the guidance I needed to remain strong and healthy throughout my college years.—Lauren Swegle, University of Wisconsin

Every student should devour this book before devouring the all-too-tempting offerings at restaurants, student centers, cafeterias, and vending machines.  College is the time to develop life-long eating habits that build in health without sacrificing pleasure.—Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest

Litt…has counseled hundreds of college students about their weight. [Her book] identifies typical kinds of dieters and offers ways they can improve their eating habits.Nanci Hellmich , USA Today

We use your book all of the time and students really like it.—Gretchen Kauth, R.D., M.Ed. Sindecuse Health Center Dietitian, Western Michigan University.

Highly recommended.Midwest Book Review

Eating Well on Campus is a comprehensive guide on how to make the healthiest choices in any situation one encounters during their college years.—Jane Jakubczak RD, LD, Student Health Center Dietitian, University of Maryland

Students love your book!—Barb Troy, M.S., R.D., C.D., Marquette University

This book definitely helped me understand how to make good food choices.—Eli Northrup, Cornell University

This book should be required reading.—Newspaper Enterprise Association Syndicated column

The College Student’s Guide to Eating Well on Campus serves as a vital survival guide.—Taste for Life


Eating Well on Campus