Places To Eat Meal Plans Nutrition
- Eat Well on Campus
- Healthy Eating Videos
- Nutritive Menu Analysis
- MyPlate Mondays
- Guiding Stars
- Nutrition Connect
Eating Well on Campus
In the all-you-care-to-eat environments of UND's dining centers or the fast-paced "to-go" options across campus, Dining Services offers resources to help you make good menu choices.
March is National Nutrition Month
|Special Diet and/or Food Allergy Self-Reporting Form||
Vegan/Vegetarian group meets monthly. Students, faculty and staff are welcome.
Email Dietitian for day and time.
Look for kiosks at each dining center.
Here you can check the nutrition facts on an individual entree or a whole meal.
|Gluten Free Meal Order Form|
Fruits & Veggies More Matters
Having a hard time figuring out what the proper portion size or serving size for your fruits and veggies? Now there is an easy solution! Fill your plate with half fruits and veggies!
Top 10 Reasons to Eat MORE Fruits & Vegetables
10 - Color & Texture. Fruits and veggies add color, texture...and appeal...to your plate.
9 - Convenience. Fruits and veggies are nutritious in any form - fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100% juice, so they're ready when you are!
8 - Fiber. Fruits and veggies provide fiber that helps full you up and keeps your digestive system happy.
7 - Low in Calories. Fruits and veggies are naturally low in calories.
6 - May Reduce Disease Risk. Eating plenty of fruits and veggies may help reduce the risk of many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure.
5 - Vitamins & Minerals. Fruits and veggies are rich in vitamins and minerals that help you feel healthy and energized.
4 - Variety. Fruits and veggies are available in an almost infinite variety...there's always something new to try!
3 - Quick, Natural Snack. Fruits and veggies are nature's treat and easy to grab for a snack.
2 - Fun to Eat! Some crunch, some squirt, some you peel ... some you don't, and some grow right in your own backyard!
1 - Fruits & Veggies are Nutritious AND Delicious!
According to the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, eating an apple is equivalent to drinking a cup of coffee. Although apples do not have caffeine, the processing of apple carbohydrates gives the body a boost more powerful than caffeine.