Student cafeteria


This information will be updated April, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact Health and Wellness Services at 507.457.5160.

Stumped on how to eat healthy? Want to know how to make grocery shopping easier? Not sure what to do about those late night cravings? See the registered dietitian Jill Henscheid, RD, CD. Contact Health Services at 507.457.5160 to make an appointment.

W.E.L.L. Cafe 

Rochester Wholesale Fruit Demo

Warrior Weigh

This program offers a positive, balanced approach to long term weight management. The focus of the program is to help individuals reach a healthy body weight with sound nutrition and a combination of behavioral, motivational and “group” mentoring processes. Participants will also learn about the importance of wellness and physical activity for maintaining their health.  Please call 507.474.7892 for details and Fall 2012 dates & times.

Watch It Grow

Mindful & Intuitive Eating

This presentation addresses the connection between self-image and one’s relationship with food. Learn how to incorporate the principles of intuitive eating to form a healthy relationship with food and end the need to diet.

Healthy Eating on a College Budget

Have a tight budget and limited storage? Need some ideas on quick and easy meals or snacks? This presentation explores healthy eating and nutrition basics, strategies to improve your current intake and will help any student get on track with good nutrition by following some simple, easy steps.


Warriors in the Kitchen

Warriors in the Kitchen exists to promote healthy cooking for college students. Check out these videos for step by step walk-throughs of various healthy and simple recipes.

Body Mass Index and Beyond

What is the Body Mass Index and how do I use it to guide me towards a healthier lifestyle? Explore the BMI, height/weight ratio, healthy nutrition and finding a comfortable body weight.

Eating Disorders, Cause, Prevention and Treatment…One Woman’s Story

Eating Disorder updates, research and evidenced based practices are presented along with insight on individualized treatment and nutrition. This presentation is recommended for classes that address counseling or health sciences.

For more information about any of the following programs, please contact Jill Henscheid


Grocery Shopping Guide

Satisfy Your Cravings - How to eat healthy when you're craving something sweet or salty.

Example Meal Plan - An entire week of meals, planned out for you, equaling 2,000 calories per day.

Something to Snack On - Simple, cheap and healthy!

Your Food Diary

Recipe Box -  Coming Soon!

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Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

USDA: Food and Nutrition Information Center

Intuitive Eating

The Center for Mindful Eating