For a college student, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can have a major influence on how well they perform in the classroom. The unique lifestyle of the college student is understood by health experts, and as such, campus- and dorm-specific weight loss and eating plans have been created.
Dorm Room Diet
The Dorm Room Diet, by Daphne Oz, suggests a simple lifestyle plan that can help guide college students
The Healthy College Cookbook
Whether you live in a dorm room or a campus apartment, The Healthy College Cookbook will help you dish up quick, delicious and healthy meals that will help you avoid the freshman 15.
Sesame Peanut Noodles
Freshman in the Kitchen is an ideal cookbook for college students on a budget and with a tight schedule. This Sesame Peanut Noodles recipe is healthy, fast and affordable for the college kitchen.
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
Save money and calories by making your own Oatmeal blend, with high-fiber apples and raisins. Every successful dieter knows the key to weight loss is a healthy breakfast. Oatmeal is also known to lower cholesterol!
Nothing's better over fruit and yogurt than crunchy granola! We all know that a good breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but most store bought granola's and cereals are loaded with sugar and additives. This recipe solves all your problems! Suitable for diabetics.
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INShape Indiana Exercise Mob
INShape's first attempt at creating an "Exercise Mob." The IUPUI Campus Center was our first target. INShape is a fitness and health initiative promoted by Indiana's governor, Mitch Daniels.
How To Get Fat and How Not To in College
Everyone knows how to get fat, so you'd think that staying thin would be easy. Here are some sneaky weight gain traps to avoid as a college student.
How to Avoid the Freshman 15
Nutritionist Kate Greer shares tips for avoiding weight gain in college. Learn how you can keep healthy when you're eating dorm food.
Biggest Loser Amanda Answers Your Questions - Round 8
Biggest Loser 8 contestant Amanda Arlauskas takes reader questions about how to live a healthy lifestyle, her experience on The Biggest Loser and her life now.
In this video, Amanda answers the following...
Last-Minute Spring Break Workouts
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Guest Blog: Preventing Freshman 15 in a S.N.A.P.
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Thinking = Weight Gain?
Thinking may make us eat more. Can it get much more depressing than that? Well, it appears that "<a href="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26548282/" target="_blank" title="thinking and calorie intake">food for thought</a>" actually has...
Study Finds Benefits of Beer after Exercise
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