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Book details
  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Reference
  • Language:English
  • Series title:30 Ways
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:98
  • eBook ISBN:9780988476738

30 Ways to Survive Dining Hall and Dorm Room Food

Tips to Avoid the Freshman 15

by Penelope M. Klatell

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Overview
The “15” in Freshman 15 may be an arbitrary number, but many college freshmen do gain weight during their first year and continue right through college and beyond. College, however, should be enjoyed. Students shouldn’t live in fear of gaining weight, nor should they feel like they need to skip meals or follow crazy diets. Food is the body’s fuel and without a steady supply of the good stuff how can you ever get out of low gear or have a shot at acing an exam or getting a paper done on time? The solution: establishing really good food habits and making informed choices and decisions that prevent weight gain from happening in the first place. The 30 ways (and 30 bonus tips) in this book give you solid information and suggestions that are easy to use to make good, better, and best choices in the dining hall, your dorm room, at parties and games, at the movies, and on road trips. Eat well and enjoy what you eat.
Description
The “15” in Freshman 15 may be an arbitrary number, but many college freshmen do gain weight during their first year and continue right through college and beyond. College, however, should be enjoyed. Students shouldn’t live in fear of gaining weight, nor should they feel like they need to skip meals or follow crazy diets. Food is the body’s fuel and without a steady supply of the good stuff how can you ever get out of low gear or have a shot at acing an exam or getting a paper done on time? The solution: establishing really good food habits and making informed choices and decisions that prevent weight gain from happening in the first place. The 30 ways (and 30 bonus tips) in this book give you solid information and suggestions that are easy to use to make good, better, and best choices in the dining hall, your dorm room, at parties and games, at the movies, and on road trips. Eat well and enjoy what you eat.
About the author
Penny Klatell is a doctoral level nurse, a health and nutrition coach and a Mom. She’s also a food lover, former college professor, author, blogger, speaker, and a very frequent restaurant visitor. Penny grew up in the restaurant business. Her parents had an old fashioned New York City luncheonette—the kind with a long counter, booths in the back, a flat top grill, and a real malted machine. She learned about where food came from on her grandmother’s working farm where all meals were made from scratch, eggs came from the chickens in the chicken coop, fruit came from trees and bushes, and vegetables came from the garden. Penny raised three very active, athletic, and hungry sons who taught her the meaning of having healthy and good tasting food available at all times – and in large quantities. Her family was—and is—a true proving ground for how to eat well . . . anytime, anywhere, and at any age. Her books and blog EatOutEatWell.com include tips, strategies, and solid information about food, eating strategies, and weight management – all delivered with a bit of humor. She draws her information and inspiration from her love of food, visits to many restaurants and markets around the world, her professional and personal background, and a good deal of research drawn from trusted sources. Her intent is to provide you with practical, usable information; help you love and learn about food; eat well; manage your weight; feed your family well; and bring a smile to your face.
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