Managing Your Weight, Diet, & Nutrition During College with The College Nutritionist
In this episode guest Dr. Rachel Paul, the founder of The College Nutritionist, joins Katy to chat about her easy to follow, practical strategies for maintaining your health and reaching your weight goals while eating fulfilling, simple, affordable, and delicious food.
The College Nutritionist guidelines for structuring a healthy diet.
Her strategies for maintaining overall health.
Her recommendations for avoiding the freshman 15.
Her easy to follow lunch and dinner formula
This episode is fantastic for every current college student or recent grad looking to eat a more satisfying and healthy diet.
Today’s homework: Make at least 1 meal using The College Nutritionist Formula: 2 cups of non-starchy veggies, 1 serving of protein, 1 serving of fat. Snap a picture and tag @collegenutritionist and @collegehoodadvice on Instagram to show us your progress.
More About Dr. Rachel Paul
Dr. Rachel Paul, Phd, RD is a nationally recognized nutritionist and teacher at Columbia University. She helps college students and young professionals look and feel amazing by eating healthfully, cooking on their own, and making good food choices in social situations. Dr. Paul is known for her practical advice and easy-to-follow guidance, particularly on Instagram with over 200 thousand followers. She’s been featured in Business Insider, Buzzfeed, Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, and Martha Stewart Weddings.
Links and resources mentioned in this episode:
Book Mentioned: Intuitive Eating
Book Mentioned: Better Than Before
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