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Many students, in a hurry to finish everything they need to do, often grab the first meal they can and consume it in a flash. Most of the time, these meals don’t provide all the nutrition that the body needs to get it through the day. To counter this, Garry Y. Itkin shares a few tips to maintain a healthy diet in college.
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1. Perpetual breakfast: College students shouldn’t just take that cup of coffee and rush to their first class. The most important thing they should do when they wake up is to have breakfast, with coffee if they prefer. A good breakfast recharges the body after a night of not eating anything.
2. Advanced food preparation: There are countless recipes over the internet that a college student can prepare in a jiffy. Garry Y. Itkin urges college students to prepare healthy meals at night for the days ahead. Many of these meals can be stored in the ref and heated when needed.