SteelReserve wrote:I have found it to be extremely easy to eat healthy (and cheaply) as a law student; the key is to avoid your school's cafeteria at all costs, or even nearby eateries.If you guys cook dinner, what do you usual make? It is difficult to make a healthy, wholesome dinner as a law student (lack of time and money).
Breakfast should always be big and made at home: maybe a bowl of cereal, cottage cheese, coffee, glass of milk. Eggs and bacon. Stuff like that...never skimp on breakfast, it is a meal where you can safely eat huge amounts of food.
Always bag your lunch and keep it in the school fridge. It could be leftover dinner, sandwich, tuna and fruit, etc
Keep a bag of almonds with you at all times for instant, healthy snacking. Bring fruit with you to school for a nutrient-packed pick-me-up.
For dinner, cook. For yourself, with your SO, whatever. Cook healthy meats and veggies. Throw in brown rice. Maybe whole wheat pasta if you're feeling a carb crave.
At the end of the night, have a tall glass of milk, or snack on some celery w/peanut butter, or some cottage cheese, or an apple and slice of american cheese.
EDIT: By the way OP, cool thread. Beats the usual 'what study guide should i use for torts' I definitely think you can get some seriously healthy advice from this thread.
Nice, very healthy. Don't forget 40 or 80 ounces of Steel Reserve whenever possible.