Student Wellness Services provides support for creating and maintaining healthy eating behaviors.
Intuitive Eating is an approach that teaches you how to create a healthy relationship with your food, mind, and body.
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The Department of Residence offers nutrition information and a wide variety of nutritious food options for students, including those with dietary accommodations.
Websites with Nutrition Information:
- Food and Nutrition Information - Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics at EatRight.Org and Key Topics at ChooseMyPlate.gov
- Individual Nutrition/Calorie Needs - MyPlate Plan at ChooseMyPlate.gov
- Eating on Campus - UNI Dining Meal Plans and Services
- Spend Smart, Eat Smart - Grocery Budget Calculator
- Mindful Eating - Michelle May at AmIHungry.org
- Breakfast Recipes
- 12 Easy Dorm Room Meals
- 9 Simple Make-Ahead Meals
- What is "Normal Eating?"
- 10 Reasons Not to Diet
- Eating Well In College
- Backpack Meals
- One Minute Recipes
- Five Minute Recipes
- Fast and Easy Snacks
- Eat the Rainbow!
For support and guidance regarding eating well, or if you are concerned about your eating habits, please contact one of the following on-campus resources:
- Call (319) 273-2009 to set-up an appointment for a physical assessment at the Student Health Clinic.
- Call (319) 273-2676 to schedule an individual counseling appointment through the Counseling Center.
- Call (319) 273-6937 or email email@example.com to set-up an appointment with the on-campus administrative dietitian, Lisa Smith.
- Schedule a Wellness Coaching session online. Individual Wellness Coaching sessions are available to explore ways to create a healthy relationship with your food, mind, and body with a trained Wellness Coach.