Health and Wellness
boston college dining services
Nutrition Information and Healthy Eating
- Our healthy eating campaign, Nourish, has transformed into Menus of Change. Check out the Kitchen Confidential.
- Learn reliable information timely topics in nutrition
- Go to the Menus page where you can see nutrition facts about each food item offered
Dining Services offers nutrition consultations with the Administrative Dietitian, Kate Sweeney, MS, RD, on a variety of topics including healthy eating, vegan/vegetarian eating, food allergies, and health concerns like gastrointestinal issues, diabetes, disordered eating, and more. You can set up an appointment with Kate by calling 617-552-3307 or scheduling via this calendar.
BC DINING WELCOMES NEW NUTRITONIST, INTRODUCES PITAYA BOWLS
Kate Sweeney fills open seat and the Pitaya Bowls are a hit in Mac in February 9, 2017, The Heights article.
BC DINING RECOGNIZED WITH AN "A"
Peta2 gave BC Dining an "A" for going above and beyond to provide all students with exceptional vegan food.
Missed the focus groups? Stay tuned for information regarding the next focus group for Vegans/Vegetarians as well as for students with allergies and those on gluten-free diets.
VEGAN ENTRY WINS NACUFS BRONZE AWARD
The Power Bowl, which was a BC Dining Test Kitchen item, was selected as the winner of the bronze medal. Take a look at how the Power Bowl is made.
BUZZWORTHY BREAKFAST BOWLS
According to Food Management Magazine, places like New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles love the acai bowl as much as our BC students.
LATE NIGHT HEALTHY OPTIONS
Remember to look for fruit cups, quinoa and oatmeal parfaits, grilled chicken breast, and other choices.
ANOTHER YOU ASKED, WE LISTENED!
Remember that you can swap out frips, fries, and chips for fruit.
HEALTHY EATING HABITS IS THE KEY FOR LONG-TERM HEALTH
Check out the article from The Gavel: "Smack Talking about the Way We Eat," by Olivia Tybolt.
DO YOU EAT BREAKFAST?
Check out Kristen Gallant's tips on healthy breakfast options at BC.