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  T HE C HANGING OF THE S EASON November 2014 Dear Campus Community,We are finally past Mid Terms, which means everyone is focusing on the Thanksgiving and Winter Break already! We want to make sure you get to where you are going as healthy as possible.With health concerns heightened as of lately we have made the conscious decision to take extra steps to ensure your health and safety. You may have noticed that we now serve individual pizzas in Jack Kane Dining Center. The main reason behind this was to control cross contamination. Maybe you have also noticed that we serve our guest as much food as we can to help reduce the potential for cross contamination.We have always and will continue to wash as many fruits and vegetables as possible to ensure their cleanliness before service.We will continue to sanitize common contact surfaces as well as frequently used utensils on a regular basis. We have ongoing daily meetings to keep our staff up to date on safety and sanitation practices, procedures or concerns.We would also like to remind everyone that we do have local Dietitian services available to anyone interested. Sincerely,Chartwells Management Team  Winona State University November 2014 Work October 2014SMTWTFS 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 November 2014SMTWTFS 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930 December 2014SMTWTFS 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday26272829302:00 PM Food Service Com ! mittee Meeting3111:00 AM Pumpkin Cookie Decorating1234:30 PM Birthday Cake Night454:30 PM Endless Pasta Buf  ! fet62:00 PM Food Service Com ! mittee Meeting7891011Veterans Day Hours12Superfoods - Cranberries132:00 PM Food Service Com ! mittee Meeting1415161718194:30 PM Non Traditional Thanksgiving202:00 PM Food Service Com ! mittee Meeting212223242526Thanksgiving Break2728293012342:00 PM Food Service Com ! mittee Meeting56Page 1/1  Non Traditional Thanksgiving Superfoods Cranberries Wednesday November 12thLunch Endless PastaBuffet Wednesday November 5thDinner  Winona State University November Events in Dining Featuring Greek FoodsWednesday November 19thDinner  Dining Services will be closed:November 26th-29thNormal hours November 30th V eter ans Day Tuesday  November  11thBr unch and Dinner Service only  Be sure to check out event photos on our website!  Balanced U: Brain Boosters Diet can a !  ect nearly every part of our bodies both inside and out. The food that we are putting into our bodies also a !  ects how well our brain is able to function, and for peak performance it is important to fuel our bodies and brain with the right type of energy. What we eat can play a role in how well we comprehend, retain, and recall information. Some tips to help maximize brain power, energy, and focus include: ã   Staying hydrated. Our brains are made up of mostly water and even a little dehydration can make our thoughts cloudy and a !  ect performance both academically and athletically. Strive to drink 64 oz (8 cups) of water per day and avoid beverages that contain sugar and ca !  eine as they can actually dehydrate you. ã   Consume a constant supply of energy. Choose foods that will provide your brain with longer lasting energy such as fiber and protein. Whole grains instead of refined grains take longer to digest and increase your blood sugar and energy in a slower more controlled way, giving your body and brain energy steady energy. ã   Choose foods with Omega-3 fatty acids. Fat in brains are important for nerve signaling and helping us recall information easily. These healthy Omega-3’s are found in fish, flax, and walnuts and provide some of the best fat for your brain. Include fish in your diet twice a week or try to add flax seed to yogurts or cereals. There is no one food that will increase your IQ, but make sure you stay hydrated, make healthy choices, and choose foods with healthy fats to give your brain the best possible chance to work to its fullest potential. The Positive Pulse With Laura Vollink, RD LD, Chartwells Dietitian Balanced Bite Choose as a practical way to build your plate at each meal. Use the familiar image as a reference to build your plate while choosing nutrient dense foods to help you maintain a balanced diet. Managing Your Plate Over The Holidays Colder weather means it’s time for comfort food and holiday cooking. But what does that mean when it comes to staying on track with eating healthy? Whether you are at a holiday gathering or at mom’s house for a home-cooked meal, try to build each plate like ã    of your plate should be fruits and veggies, the more color on your plate, the more nutrients included. Choose seasonal fruits such as pears, apples, and cranberries while making sure to have something green on your plate at each meal! ã   #  of your plate should be grains, choosing whole grains as often as possible. Whole grain breads and brown rice can be incorporated and try some hot oats for breakfast to warm you up. ã   #  of your plate should be lean protein. Make sure to vary your protein sources and choose lean cuts of meat. To help eliminate some fat and calories, take the skin o !   of your turkey before you eat it. ã   Don’t forget the dairy! Whether you are cooking or baking, incorporate low-fat dairy. Low-fat dairy has the same amount of calcium and Vitamin D as full-fat dairy, just without the fat and calories! If the food does not fall into one of these categories it is probably full of empty calories (high number of calories, low amount of nutrients) and should be eaten sparingly. Enjoy a piece of pumpkin pie, but stick to one piece to satisfy your sweet tooth.


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