Eat the Wolf Approved Way
Eating on campus is easier than ever. Marking selected items “Wolf Approved” is our way of helping you navigate and identify healthier items on campus. Look for the Wolf Approved paw print icon across campus on menu boards, vending machines, and in our C-Stores across campus to help you identify healthy items and snacks.
Entrees and snacks must meet the following criteria to be considered Wolf Approved:
|ENTREES||SIDES||VENDING & C-STORE SNACKS|
|Less than 600 calories per serving||Less than 250 calories per serving||Less than 250 calories per serving|
|Less than 5 grams of saturated fat||Less than 2 grams of saturated fat||Less than 3 grams of saturated fat|
|No trans fat||No trans fat||No trans fat|
|Is not fried||Is not fried||Less than 15 grams of sugar|
Wolf Approved Tips:
- Entrees: Look for 100 percent whole-grain options that have less than 6 grams of sugar and at least 4 grams of fiber.
- Sides: Servings of fruit, vegetables, calcium or whole grains are also considered Wolf Approved. It is important to include foods that are rich in calcium into your daily diet, such as skim or 1% milk, low-fat yogurt and low-fat cheese.
- Vending & C-Store Snacks: Snacks must have at least one nutritionally redeeming quality. No candy and beverages are included. Fresh, frozen or canned fruits and vegetables make great snacks.
NC State Dining is proud to offer a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen in the Carmichael Gym. If you are interested in taking advantage of our facility, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the link below to learn more about reserving the teaching kitchen. Someone from NC State Dining will contact you about your event and facility availability.
Ask the Dietitian
The hectic, unpredictable nature of college life can wreak havoc on your diet, especially when you have a food allergy or medical condition. Our registered dietitians and nutrition team are available to help you meet your nutritional goals. We can help you with a variety of dietary issues, including:
- General nutrition information at the dining halls, restaurants and cafes across campus.
- Identifying menu and ingredient information at our on-campus dining locations.
- Assisting with meeting special dietary needs, including allergies, intolerances and dietary preferences.
- Students with Diabetes are encouraged to join the NC State Chapter of the College Diabetes Network. For more information, email email@example.com
- Vegan and Vegetarian students are encourage to join the NC State Vegan & Vegetarian Club. Click here for more information!
- Student Health Services offers students free dietary consults with a registered dietitian to address dietary concerns or diagnosed conditions. Appointments can be scheduled online at healthypack.dasa.ncsu.edu/appointments or by calling 919.515.2563.