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Eating nutritious food supports every part of your life, from sleep to school to work. Here's information that can help you eat well, so you can be at your best.
"On-The-Go Snack Tips" video for busy students!
Make food the easy way
ChooseMyPlate - Portion control, macro- and micro-nutrient analysis and budget-friendly recipies
BudgetByte$ - Quick and easy recipies, time-saving meal prep
Tasty.co - Student-friendly recipies in 5-10 minutes, microwave prep
Facing food insecurity?
- The Maize and Blue Cupboard distributes free food and other necessities on campus.
- The Basic Needs website provides information about U-M resources to help students access food and other basic needs.
More from University Health Service:
Where to find food on campus
U-M Dining offers lots of food options.
What about vitamins and minerals?
Here are reliable sources of info:
- Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health
- Food and Nutrition Information Center
- US Pharmacopeia
- Consumer Lab
Is that safe to eat?
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics provides info on Food Safety