Choose Wolf Approved

Wolf Approved logoMarking selected  items “Wolf Approved” is our way of helping you identify the healthier items on campus. Look out for the paw print icon to keep you on track. Keep reading to learn how we determined which of our  items are wolf approved.
Look for the wolf approved paw print on the menu boards and in the c-stores, vending machines and on the Dining website.

 

Entrees

Eat well with Wolf-Approved entrees that meet the following criteria:

Has less than 600 calories per serving: This allows you to spread your calorie intake over the course of the day and not consume too much at one meal.

Has less than 5 grams of saturated fat: Saturated fats should be limited in your diet.

Has no trans fats: Avoid all trans fat because trans fats are detrimental to your health.

 Is not fried.

Sides

Supplement your entrees wisely with sides with these guidelines:

Has less than 250 calories per serving: This provides that your side will not add a lot of calories to your meal.

Has less than 2 grams of saturated fat:  Avoid all trans fat because trans fats are detrimental to your health. Saturated fats should be limited in your diet.

Has no trans fats:  Avoid all trans fat because trans fats are detrimental to your health. Saturated fats should be limited in your diet.

Is not fried.

Servings of fruit, vegetables, calcium or whole grains are also Wolf Approved. 

Vending and C-Store Snacks

In the C-Stores and vending machines we identify smart snacks that meet the following criteria:

Has less than 250 calories: Less than 250 calories ensures your snack is just a snack and not too high in calories.

Has no trans fats and less than 3 grams of saturated fat: Avoid all trans fat because trans fats are detrimental to your health. Saturated fats should be limited in your diet.

Has less than 15 grams of sugar: 15 grams of sugar or less is enough to give you something sweet without costing a lot of calories.

Has at least one nutritionally redeeming quality: no candy or beverages are included.

  • All fresh, frozen or canned fruits and vegetables make great side options.
  • Other foods that are rich in Calcium such as skim or 1-percent milk, low-fat yogurt, and low-fat cheese are also important to incorporate in your daily diet.
  • Look for 100 percent whole grains or cereals that have less than 6 grams of sugar and at least 4 grams of fiber.

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