Below are food symbols that help identify certain food related labels:
Items produced in accordance with Fair Trade offer better trading conditions to, and secures the rights of, marginalized producers
Contains no gluten. People who have celiac disease are unable to eat gluten.
Contains ingredients purchased from a local company or farm.
Contains 3 grams of fat, or less, for every 100 calories,
Tu Mercado has a wide array of organic foods and products
Contains no peanuts
Bert's Bistro is a nut-free
Made from recycled materials and can be recycled.
All dining paper goods (napkins, to go containers, etc.) are made from recycled content
Contains no ingredients from animal or dairy products.
Contains no meat, fish, poultry, shellfish, or products derived from these sources.
Do you have a food allergy? If you need help identifying appropriate foods for your diet, Dining Services can help. Please contact the Director of Dining Services to set up a meeting; Carol Norman (619) 260-8880, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are ill, or injured, and unable to make it to one of the campus dining locations, you may be able to get food to go from the Pavilion Dining Room (SLP).
First, you will need to contact the USD Health Center at x4595. They will either recommend you see them for an office visit, or will contact Residential Life. A meal voucher will then be completed for you that can be turned in at the Pavilion Dining Room for a ‘get well’ to-go box of food. With the voucher, a roommate, friend, or Residential Life staff person, may pick up the food for you.
For more information, please contact:
- Health Center x4595
- Residential Life x7656
- Pavilion Dining x4262
USD's tobacco policy extends smoke-free areas beyond 20 feet from doorways and any other openings to buildings as well as outdoor dining areas, stadiums, and fleet vehicles licensed by the University. For the complete policy, visit the Human Resources website and download the USD Policies and Procedures manual.
Know the dangers of smoking: National Cancer Institute
Visit the Health Center online.
The USDA has released new nutritional guidelines, for the first time in over a decade. Check out their new website ChooseMyPlate.gov for healthy food planning tips and information. Try the Supertracker to keep track of exercise, weight and diet.
If you would like to speak with someone anonymously about a health concern, or eating disorder, for yourself or a friend, you may contact the USD Counseling Center at x4655 on campus, or (619) 260-4655, 24 hours a day. If you prefer to see someone in person you may call for an appointment, or stop in and you will receive confidential assistance.
- Body Positive
- American Dietetic Association
- Shape Up America
- Caring Online
- American Heart Association
- Body Image Health
- National Eating Disorders Association
- About Face
- Academy for Eating Disorders
- Eating Disorders
- Something Fishy
- Pritikin Wellness Resources
- About Body Dysmorphic Disorder
- How Can I Improve my Self-Esteem?
- About Eating Disorders
- Social Media and Body Image
- Body Image Pressure Increasingly Affects Boys
- Ways to Build Self-Esteem
- About Self Esteem