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Nutrition and Eating Concerns

  1. Rhode Island College Nutritionist:
    • Bethany Tucker RD, LDN, Consulting Dietitian/ Nutritionist, (401) 456-8477 or btucker@ric.edu

  2. Calorie Counter: How many calories a day should I consume: Outside Linkhttp://www.cancer.org/healthy/toolsandcalculators/calculators/app/calorie-counter-calculator

  3. MyPlate Daily Checklist: Individualized Dietary Guidelines and Meal Plan for Healthy Eating
  4. Fruits and Vegetables:
  5. Whole grains:
  6. Protein: Proteins contain nutrients that are vital to the health and maintenance of the body, such as magnesium, Vitamin B, iron, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids.
  7. Beverages: Many times, individuals do not consider how beverages can have as many calories as certain foods. Some beverages have added sugars and no nutrients to nourish the body.
  8. Disordered Eating:

Page last updated: November 22, 2016