Healthy Eating Plate - HUHDS Style

Juliet R. Bailin

Who says you can't eat healthy HUHDS meals? At any dining hall, students can mirror their meals to match the Healthy Eating Plate released Wednesday by Harvard Health Publications and researchers from Harvard's School of Public Health.  We've demonstrated an example of a balanced plate pieced together which includes brown rice as the whole grain, lean chicken from the grill for protein, a hearty helping of spinach with garlic and carrots as varied and wholesome vegetables, and a multicolored apple. Olive oil can be drizzled on the chicken for some healthy fats and a tall glass of still water quenches any student's thirst. Meals like these are nutritious and guiltless!

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