Staying Healthy at RC
We provide healthy choices at all meals, if you need some help in being creative please do not hesitate to ask one of our chefs. We have nutritional information available for many of our regular items posted at our stations and a more complete list in our nutrition guide located at the entrance of the commons. Variety is the spice of life! Eat different kinds of foods for optimal nutrition it's all about the balance, all types of foods can have their place in a healthy diet. Each food group has its own unique benefits imperative to your well-being.
To view nutritional info, please download the Nutritional Info packet (PDF).
To discuss a special dietary need or to schedule an appointment with a Registered Dietitian please contact Dining Services at 540-375-2328.
If you need help with food allergies/intolerances please contact Chef Matt Phillips (email@example.com or 540-375-2328) before you arrive on campus or immediately upon your arrival so we can ensure that we take great care of you!
View these recommended sites for additional information:
General nutrition guidelines set by the USDA. This website is very interactive and packed full of information.
Eating healthy on campus can feel difficult. In an effort to support you making smarter choices, we are rolling out the Healthy Options Program. This program highlights entrees and side items approved by our Dietitian. Beth Ingemie, MS, RD, has reviewed our menu, recipes and ingredients to select options that will fill your diet with lean protein, whole grain, healthy fats, fresh fruits and vegetables. Each item is denoted with the green "Thumbs Up" as seen above. When planning healthier meals, look for the Thumbs Up icon online, in front of The Commons, and even at the point of selection.
Beth Ingemie, MS, RD has happily served Roanoke College for the past year, and has been working in both hospital and classroom settings for the past 5 years. Her goal is to help students, faculty, and staff understand their own nutritional needs while managing lifestyle or environmental barriers to meeting those needs. Her love for food is far reaching from cooking in professional kitchens to mastering the science of metabolism. Let Beth assist you today by visiting the Nutrition Corner in The Commons, participating in our Healthy Options Program, or making an appointment for one-on-one Nutritional Counseling.
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