Student Eating Habits

“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”

- Ann Wigmore


The biggest challenge for a student is to develop healthy eating habits. Typically, students do not have much time to think about food, and they have a limited budget to support their nutritional needs. Regardless of whether students live with their parents or live separately from their parents, not everyone has healthy eating habits. This applies to students who have already finished school and have gone to university or college. Well, who would refuse a juicy hamburger? No one – of course! To this hamburger, of course, a carbonated drink is added. So you get a few extra calories, which over time, leads you to gain weight.

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Want to get your personal diet plan?

  Join the CalorieKing to customise diet plans and menus, record your food and exercise, browse recipes, make new friends and stay motivated.

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Want to know how much junk food you are consuming each week? Want to calculate your risk?

  Go to the LiveLighter website to find a sugar drinks calculator, junk food calculator, your risk BMI calculator and a lot of useful information about a healthy life.

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