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Health Food & Nutrition

Remember when your fourth grade gym teacher lectured about the food pyramid? And how your dad hassles you about drinking a Pepsi at dinner? Every collegiette has rolled her eyes at pesky health advice, but the older we get the more we listen. We’ve consulted Alicia Kendig, a Sports Dietitian & Athlete Performance Lab Coordinator for the United States Olympic Committee on her biggest nutrition tips for young women—and found some obvious and not-so-obvious things we should definitely do in our collegiette years that our bodies will thank us for later. 1. Be a Picky Eater Collegiette...
While we might not all have three days off like we did in high school, Easter is still a great excuse to take a mini vacation. If you’ve been living on ramen noodles since you spent all of your money on spring break, Easter is the perfect time to go home, spend some quality time with the family and get a delicious, home-cooked meal! Here are some cute, easy recipes to make at home and save Mom from stressing. Or, if you aren’t able to make it home for Easter this year, these recipes are a great excuse to get together with some friends and get cooking! 1.  Deviled Chicks Who doesn’t love...
With classes, jobs, internships, Greek life, clubs, sports and everything else we have going on as collegiettes, it can be difficult to find time to prepare a healthy meal every day. And honestly, we aren’t all exactly ready to sign up for Top Chef, either. We know the struggle can be real, so we compiled a list of healthy recipes that are simple and only require five steps or fewer to make! They’re easy enough for anyone to make, so you can make a meal no matter how busy your schedule is or how minimal your cooking skills are. Breakfast 1. Oatmeal Cottage Cheese Pancakes Recipe from Food....