Nutrition and Campus Life

Proper nutrition is vital, and young adults need coaching the first time out on their own...

Nutrition and Campus Life
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Did you know?
A healthy diet will boost your immune system!

Next Steps:
1. Eat fresh, unprocessed foods.
2. Drink 8-10 cups of water each day.
3. Eat healthy fats.
4. Limit your salt intake.
5. Limit your sugar intake.
6. Avoid eating out too often.
7. Reach out for help.

Think about the Season, when choosing a nutrient dense diet with fresh choices!

Eat for the Seasons!

Physical activity is great for your heart and mind! Seniors can be healthier and feel better.

Get Moving! For Seniors

You’ve heard it before. Yes, breakfast is still the most important meal of the day! Whether you start your day at 7:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m., you need to fuel your body and jump-start your day.

Mealtime Mania: Make time for Breakfast!