Debunking Myths About Plant-Based Proteins
Have you ever been curious about plant-based proteins? Have you heard some weird facts about plant-based proteins? Today we’re here to debunk four common myths about plant-based proteins.
We are often encouraged to maintain a heart healthy diet to decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease and regulate blood pressure, but what does this really look like? Regularly consuming a variety of different foods from each food group can be a great start. It’s recommended to focus on consuming a variety of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, skinless poultry, fish, nuts and legumes. Focusing on these as main meal components may help control cholesterol and blood pressure.
Not only do our dining halls provide countless, delicious food options for students of all kinds, but our campus eateries give Georgia State students even more convenient options for meals on campus. These eateries have a variety of options that can fit into your personal nutrition plan and still allow you to meet your goals.
Although there might not be a physical label on the foods you find in our dining halls, there’s still a way to find the nutrition facts for the foods you’re eating. We’re here to help you easily locate the nutrition facts labels on our website so you can stay on track with your nutrition goals all semester long.
You’ve probably heard of the word “macronutrients” from many people throughout your life, but do you know what a macronutrient is? A macronutrient is a nutrient your body needs in large amounts to provide energy. There are three macronutrients: carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
Looking for healthy ways to navigate the dining halls? We’ve got you covered.
As college students, navigating the dining halls and campus eateries can be intimidating and overwhelming. Many students go from eating their parents’ home-cooked meals to now choosing from unlimited options. I know personally I would’ve loved some tips and guidance on what to put on my plate in my first years in college.
Mermaids and sea serpents. Dragons and gods. And of course, Crab People. There are any number of strange and wonderful supernatural creatures haunting the world’s waters. From Lake Champlain to the Sea of Japan, cultures the world over have their stories about what may lurk beneath the surface. Much has been written already about the world’s maritime myths and legends, but one area of study has mysteriously been left out — What do these mythical creatures taste like?
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