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New program encourages healthier lifestyle

With school, work and everything in between, students can find it difficult to maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle. The new “Take a Fresh Fruit Break” nutrition program was created by Student Health Center dietitian Stephanie Annett. What inspired her to ...

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In National Nutrition Month, try eating a little less meat

By: Karla Dumas Registered Dietitian Balancing your schedule between classes, studying, friends, work and maybe even sleep, you may not give much thought to what your next meal will be. But before you grab that cheeseburger or pepperoni pizza, remember: ...

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Campus nutrition limited

Several dietitians on campus agree, that with mostly fast-food choices on campus, Fresno State students are being overfed.

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More Range in Meat Selection

The newest student-produced food at the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market is 100 percent grass-fed beef grown at the San Joaquin Experimental Range near Coarsegold.

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Dietetic students encourage students, community to eat healthy in March

March is National Nutrition Month. Members of the Student Dietetic Association set up an informational display in the Free Speech Area Thurs. in an effort to promote student and faculty nutrition.

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Dietetic interns aim to improve student nutrition with weight loss challenge

The Health Center will sponsor a nutrition-oriented challenge to educate students on how to eat and cook, utilizing proper nutrition. The challenge will also emphasize proper exercise.

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Dietetics students hope to improve athletes’ eating habits

A collaboration between senior dietetics students and athletes has guided and expanded the nutritional intake of athletes for three years.

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Mobile Wellness Lounge

Fresno State received a 35,000-dollar grand funded by Atena insurance to help combat obesity within the school.

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Cooking 101: Halloween treats

Transitioning, nearly seamlessly, from class to camera, the latest addition to The Collegian staff could be described as “The Next Food Network Star.”

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Loss of options

Soon, students will have to look elsewhere to get their Taco Bell fix.

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Look behind the counter

Whether you “eat fresh,” or are trying to “think outside the bun,” there are many restaurant options at Fresno State. What you may not know is that you have the right to walk into any restaurant and look at its health inspection report.

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Campus participates in STEPtember event

There are students who don’t think much of walking long distances around campus and there are others who make it their mission.

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On sweet tea and feeling far too old, far too soon

“IT’S TOO SWEET! IT’S JUST TOO DAMN sweet!”

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Gibson Market brings lunch

A Fruit Roll-up and a bag of potato chips do not count as part of the reccommended five servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Unfortunately, that is usually a typical meal for a lot of on-the-go college students.

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Expert measures students using Bod Pod

One of the most reliable weight tests in the last ten years is available on campus – the Bod Pod. A 40-second session in the Bod Pod tells a person everything from their daily caloric intake to the amount of body fat they have.

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Yes, it’s possible

Believe it or not, there are lunch choices on campus besides the usual Round Table mini-pizza or Panda Bowl. For those trying to count calories or simply watch what they eat, there are a few healthy alternatives out there.

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Campus in need of healthy food options

Here’s a joke: How do college students stay true to their diets? Drop out.

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VIDEO: Nov. 19, 2007: Tips for staying healthy

Mollie Smith, Dietetic Internship Director for the Department of Food Science and Nutrition, has some tips to help students eat better and stay healthier. Video by Kylee Jepsen and Heather Billings

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