I am going to be going back to college soon and am looking at the food plans for my school. I have no problems getting qualtiy and veggies, but my question is getting healthy fat options in. My question also pertains to balancing the omega 3 and omega 6 ratio in my diet. Looking at the options, I will have no problem accumulating omega 6's. But there seems to be a lack of omega 3's. Any suggestions?
Also, just for fun, what would you eat if you had this menu presented to you in an all you can eat format. I am planning to stick to the salad bar and loading up on high fiber quality veggies, and stick to the leaner cuts of meat, with some olive oil on the side since I think that is the only qualtiy fat source that will be there.
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Just For You- Beef Fajita
Tones of Home- Chicken Tortilla Casserole,Refried Beans,Green Bean Casserole,Whole Kernel Corn,Spinach and Noodle
Take It All In- Grilled Turkey and Cheese,Sweet Potato Fries
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