What do you eat when you live in a dorm?
- Chocolate milk boxes.
- Peanut butter or other nut butters.
- Fresh, frozen and dried fruits.
- Oats, rice and other grains.
- Whole wheat tortillas.
- Simple granola or energy bars.
Similarly one may ask, how do you eat healthy living in a dorm?
Here are 10 ways to improve your dorm-dwelling diet.
- Stock up on healthy staples.
- Always take the fruit.
- Eat high-quality junk food.
- Think of the dining hall as a classroom.
- Listen to your body.
Furthermore, how can I lose weight while living in a dorm? 50 Weight Loss Tips for College Students
- Don't use a cafeteria tray - you can pile too much food on it.
- Avoid the cafeteria's self-serve ice cream.
- Avoid yogurt toppings.
- Stop binge drinking.
- Don't play Beer Pong, Flip Cup and other drinking games -- you'll drink more than you think.
Beside this, what food should I keep in my dorm?
20 Pantry Essentials for Dorm Cooking
- Oats. A hearty bowl of oatmeal is the perfect breakfast to carry you through a tough morning of classes.
- Cold Cereal. Cereal isn't just a great breakfast.
- Yogurt. Make some space in the mini fridge to stash a few containers of yogurt.
- Nut Butters.
- Boxed or canned soup.
What should I keep in my dorm fridge?
Mini Fridge Essentials
- Cheese (choose part-skim, reduced-fat, or made with 2% milk varieties)
- Milk (choose skim or 1% varieties)
- Yogurt (choose nonfat or low-fat varieties)
- Vegetables (choose pre-washed and/or pre-cut varieties)
- Fresh Fruit.
- Nuts and Seeds (choose unsalted varieties)
- Nut and Seed Butters.