3 minutes | Sep 11, 2019

Navigate the Dining Hall, Smartly

Boston University’s dining halls are all-you-can-eat mash-ups of cuisines, choices, and calories. Depending on your mood, dinner can be a baked potato loaded up with sour cream and chives, a couple of slices of pepperoni pizza, a bowl of Lucky Charms—or what the heck, all three if you’re waffling about what you’re craving.But how you manage those decisions at the dining hall is important. They will impact your body all day, and every day.Veteran nutritionist Joan Salge Blake (Sargent’84, Wheelock’16), a Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences clinical associate professor of nutrition and host of the podcast Spot On!, has six wellness tips for navigating the dining hall, smartly.
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