The following is a list of resources that can help students with healthy eating. Please note that this list is not comprehensive and does not include student organizations that may offer healthy eating information to students.
Campus (University Park)
201 Student Health Center
Individual nutrition counseling with a registered dietitian. For a variety of topics, including general health and wellness, weight management, chronic conditions, food sensitivities, and disordered eating.
RHEAL Residential Healthy Eating and Living, a program designed to identify and promote healthy options in the dining halls. Look for the carrot icon on the entree cards to find items that meet the following qualifications:
Penn State Dining@PSU mobile app
iPhone app that provides news, maps, menus and hours for on-campus dining halls. Provides nutritional information and a food log to keep track of your personal choices throughout the day.
Penn State Food Services: Eating Smart
Information about healthy eating, food allergies, and special diets.
Healthy Penn State: HealthWorks cooking videos
Videos that demonstrate how to cook easy, healthy, and delicious meals and snacks.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Healthy Eating for a Healthy Weight
Tips for meal planning, reducing calories, and resources for healthy recipes.
Resources and tools for dietary assessment, nutrition education, and other user-friendly information to build healthier diets.
Fooducate blog/mobile app
iPhone/Android app that scans grocery item barcodes and provides nutritional information and healthier alternatives. Provides daily tips for healthier grocery shopping.
Harvard School of Public Health: The Nutrition Source
Evidence-based diet & nutrition information.