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  1. How to eat healthy with a Dining Plan Presented by Campus Dining Feb 15, 2011 www.calpolydining.com

  2. Introductions • Yukie Nishinaga, Marketing and PR Manager, Cal Poly Corporation/Campus Dining • Erica Melling, student employee and Food Science and Nutrition senior

  3. Who is Campus Dining? What we do Support Cal Poly’s mission with food related products and services. How we do it Through a variety of food venues, services, programs, vending, catering, and more. Who we are A non-profit organization, part of Cal Poly Corporation, comprised of 100 full time staff, 108 intermittent, and 550 student employees. www.calpolydining.com

  4. What Dining has to Offer 18 different restaurants & markets to eat at on campus. Plus catering, Vending, & Concessions.

  5. Local/Regional Food Sourcing • Breads and pastries are purchased from Edna's Bakery, based in San Luis Obispo • Seasonal seafood is purchased from Central Coast Seafood, based in Atascadero • Meats are purchased from Kaney Food Service Company, based in San Luis Obispo • Dairy products are purchased from Cal Poly and Producers Dairy, based in Fresno • Seasonal produce from the Cal Poly Organic Farm is purchased for Sage Catering, Sage Restaurant, and periodically other restaurants on campus • Over 100 brands of local, organic and/or sustainable products are sold throughout campus www.calpolydining.com

  6. Composting, Recycling, & More • The composting program converts over 300 tons of your food waste into premium compost each year • Thousands of pounds of materials are recycled each year • Vehicle fleet program consists of • 15 electric vehicles • 2 biodiesel trucks • 15 regular gas fuel used primarily for local transport www.calpolydining.com

  7. Tips for eating healthy your first year of college.

  8. Tip #1: Modify your MealsThe 4 “S’s” SAVE SIDES SPLIT SAUCES

  9. Swap & Save

  10. How many calories are in the average French fries order?

  11. Tip 3: Meal Makeover • ½ order of pasta with veggies • Marinara sauce • Ice Water • Apple • (save ½ to-go) Dinner order of pasta Pesto Sauce Garlic Bread Medium Soda Snickers Bar 1940 calories 76g fat (117%DV) 27g sat. fat (135%DV) 133g sugar (33 teaspoons) 340 calories 5g fat (117%DV) 0g sat. fat (135%DV) 17g sugar (33 teaspoons)

  12. Tip 4: Don’t skip meals, especially breakfast • Eat breakfast • Oatmeal • Yogurt Parfaits or cottage cheese on the go • Egg Sandwich or Burrito (TTG, CM, SF) • Buy snacks w/ your Plu$ and extra Dining Credits • Fresh Fruit • Yogurt or cottage cheese • Cereal Cups • Turkey Sandwich • Salad Bar toppings

  13. How many calories are in the average size slice of pizza today?

  14. Tip #5: Control Portions • Fist = 1 cup • Palm = 3-4 oz serving of meat • Thumb from the knuckle up = 1 teaspoon

  15. Tip #6: Decode the Menu 4 “C’s”: Crunchy, Creamy, Cheesy, Crispy Battered Breaded Fried Alfredo • Marinated • Grilled • Seasoned • Marinara • Steamed • Roasted

  16. Which has the most sugar? 20g 34g 23g

  17. Tip #7:“Get off your SoFAS” Solid Fat Added Sugar

  18. How to do this in the Dining Halls:

  19. Sugar Stacks Quiz:Which has the most sugar? 67g 65g 62g

  20. Helpful Resources Website: www.CalPolyDining.com Nutrition Facts for all venues Healthy Food Options Page & PDFLocal Food Sourcing Facebook: www.facebook.com/polydeals Customer Service: Building 19 Atrium