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What UCSD Dining Sells (And they actually sell!) 
Hoagie Sandwich: 955 Calories and 45 g of Fat, 90 g Carbs and only 4g of Fiber!!!
Black Forest Ham & Swiss: 810 Calories, 43 g of Fat, 69g of Carbs and only 4g of Fiber!! 
I can’t believe these sandwiches sell and in the School of Medicine area too! Even grown men are not trying to lose weight should have the common sense  to not eat 65-86 g of refined carbs and 40+ g of fat…or should they (maybe us fitblr peeps are more nutritionally aware then the average American). I’m glad my college prints the nutritional information, but man is it scary! I would not have thought they were over 800 calories each.
However, UCSD has lots of other healthy options too! (steel cut oatmeal for breakfast, bangin’ salad bar, and always something grilled for dinner).
~GT  

What UCSD Dining Sells (And they actually sell!) 

Hoagie Sandwich: 955 Calories and 45 g of Fat, 90 g Carbs and only 4g of Fiber!!!

Black Forest Ham & Swiss: 810 Calories, 43 g of Fat, 69g of Carbs and only 4g of Fiber!! 

I can’t believe these sandwiches sell and in the School of Medicine area too! Even grown men are not trying to lose weight should have the common sense  to not eat 65-86 g of refined carbs and 40+ g of fat…or should they (maybe us fitblr peeps are more nutritionally aware then the average American). I’m glad my college prints the nutritional information, but man is it scary! I would not have thought they were over 800 calories each.

However, UCSD has lots of other healthy options too! (steel cut oatmeal for breakfast, bangin’ salad bar, and always something grilled for dinner).

~GT  

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  1. honeychiles-kitchen reblogged this from surfnrunnr and added:
    What UCSD Dining Sells (And they actually sell!) Hoagie Sandwich: 955 Calories and 45 g of Fat, 90 g Carbs and only 4g...
  2. whitecedars said: i visited my friend at UCSD earlier in the year and was forced to eat complete crap in the dining hall cuz that’s what her meal plan was for. ugh, it IS bad. almost no healthy choices.
  3. polyestherpark said: This def contributed to my freshman 15. I was uneducated about health and nutrition, and I ate all these seemingly “healthy” sandwiches, salad wraps and naked juices. Thank goodness they’re starting to put the labels on now! Thanks for sharing :]
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