Your body needs fuel to get through the day, so it is important to honor your hunger. On the flip side, pay attention to when you're eating for reasons other than hunger. Eat when you're hungry, stop when you're full.
Drink eight to 10 cups of water per day and drink at regular intervals to stay hydrated. Being adequately hydrated helps you maintain energy and keeps you focused.
Aim for at least five servings of fruits and vegetables so that your body gets the nutrients it needs. Try to eat more vegetables than fruits, and make sure your diet is as colorful and varied as possible.
Try to eat a mix of whole and enriched grains, like oats, quinoa, and brown rice. Dietary fiber from whole grains or other foods may help reduce blood cholesterol levels and may lower risk of heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and other health benefits.
HSRC provides direct service, outreach, education and referral services to OSU students facing hunger, housing problems and poverty. Its aim is to ensure basic human needs are met so that students can pursue a quality education. Below are some of the services they provide.