MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06:  Junk food sits on a table as British Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver announces a partnership to attack state-wide obesity on March 6, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. The Victorian Government and the Good Foundation will pledge together over AUD5 million to bring Oliver's 'Ministry of Food' to the state to help teach cooking techniques and nutrition to participants and help combat obesity as part of the Victorian Healthy Eating Enterprise.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

8 Unhealthy Foods to Ban from your Dorm Room

Ok, most people know it as the freshmen 15. Many young adults just entering college are used to a nice cooked home meal from their mother. A nice balanced plate of protein carbohydrates and fruit. However, when you enter college, there are no more home cooked meals provided. One must learn to cook for themselves. They must grocery shop, buy utensils to cook with, and clean up after yourself. These demands on being an adult may seem easy to adjust to as eating is a basic human need, but it is not as simple as it sounds, and many young people gang several pounds and become quite unhealthy due to this adjustment.

This article in the link about is a great example of what not to eat. Staying away from processed foods, cooking more frequently and having a diet high in fruits and vegetable is important to maintain optimal health, as well as be focused on doing great in class as opposed to losing weight or other things that are not as important as excelling in the classroom. Having a balanced diet is essential to brand development, so please, stay healthy!


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