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UHDS: Encouraging Wellness

Posted September 24th, 2010 by mclaugke

Welcome to OSU and UHDS!    As UHDS’ Registered Dietitian, I would like to share that we are deeply committed to creating environments that encourage wellness.  In an effort to promote physical wellness, our goal in dining services is to make the healthy choice, the easy choice.

We are excited about some new, healthful offerings now available.  Over the summer Arnold Dining Center was remodeled and Kikko’s Sushi was added.  There you will find a variety of hand rolled sushi as well as other traditional Japanese cuisine options.  Arnold Bistro offers daily vegan specials, boldly flavored whole grains and legumes, and salad bar selections that change daily so you never get bored with the same options!

Coming soon at Bing’s: more whole grain options available for all wraps and calzini’s. If you are a die hard Calzini fan, be sure to check out the whole wheat pizza crust option!

Marketplace West and McNary Dining’s Calabaloo’s restaurant now features the Pacific City Salad made with local apples and dried cranberries and served with a splash of balsamic vinaigrette.  If you are looking for lighter fare, this is a great side to your burger choice.

In all of our dining centers, we strive to offer portion sizes that meet your individual needs which is why we now offer a smaller soup option (1 cup size).  This is a great option if you are craving a soup and sandwich or salad combo.

If you are looking for gluten free options, vegan and vegetarian, or Halal options, there are several available options for you in each dining center, viewable at the following link.  If there are special dietary considerations that you need assistance with , I am here to serve you so don’t hesitate to contact me.

As always, if you have additional food service suggestions and ideas, we want to hear from you

Be Well!

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3 Responses to “UHDS: Encouraging Wellness”

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