Most doctors and dietitians will agree that college is undoubtedly going to be the unhealthiest period of your life. You will have to make big adjustments to your new freedoms and responsibilities away from home, and this may affect your body in negative ways. These factors usually result in a lack of consciousness of your health. It is imperative that you take into consideration your health and well being while in school, because, not only can it wear on you physically, but it can also affect your performance in the classroom. Staying in good physical and mental health is not very hard though, if you follow four easy steps.
Most of the food you eat will be some sort of quick prepared meal that is high in fat and calories, and you probably will not eat three full meals every day. That is why the first and most important step is to eat well. You should always start the day off with something for breakfast. This will give you the energy you need to get through those rough eight and nine a.m. classes. While it is good to stray from unhealthy foods, it is not entirely necessary. Vary your diet, and try your best to include fruits and vegetables, which will help get