Food and nutrition
What you eat can have a big impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. You can eat healthy foods on campus and at home even when you are short of time and money.
Healthy eating for tertiary students
Maintaining a balanced diet with a variety of foods is a great way to protect your health.
Healthy eating options at RMIT
RMIT’s campus cafeterias all have healthy and not-so-healthy alternatives. Foods that are less processed and have more lean meat, vegetables, fruit and whole grains are better for you.
The best option at City campus is the RMIT University Student Union (RUSU) Realfoods outlet. It specialises in fresh and affordable organic, vegetarian, vegan, low-fat, gluten-free, and sugar-free meals.
Learn more about healthy food
The School of Health Science runs an online elective course for all students interested in food and how it affects your body. Check out Food as Medicine.
Better Health Channel Recipes. Check out different healthy recipes from breakfast to dinner, baked goods to snacks. All recipes are tested and come with a nutritional breakdown.
Foodcents Program. This West Australian website has heaps of resources about how to shop and prepare food on a budget. Learn how to read a food label and how to understand prices per kilogram.