The foods you eat can have a major impact on how you feel: a healthy meal plan can help increase energy levels, as well as affect your mood and help you deal with the pressures and stresses of being a student. It is important to take some time and consider the foods you are eating. The food served by Rice University chefs is 95 percent from scratch and prepared with student-health in mind.
The plate method offers an easy way to visualize a healthy lunch or dinner without having to count calories. It emphasizes the idea that “all foods can fit” as long as they are eaten in proper proportions. Posters of this method are present in the campus serveries to serve as reminders for students.
FAAN (The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network) is the most trusted source of information, programs and resources related to food allergy and anaphylaxis. FAAN serves as the communication link between the patient and others. Each Senior Operations Manager and Executive Chef in the serveries and kitchens are available to discuss any concerns related to food or food preparations.
The Rice Recreation and Wellness Center employs a nutritionist if students, faculty or staff desire specific nutritional guidance.