General guidelines for healthy eating call for between 2,000 to 2,400 calories per day for the average person, which means each meal shouldn’t clock in at more than 800 calories. That’s the philosophy behind the 800 Café, North Dakota State University’s limited-time, student-run restaurant, found on the third floor of the Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Family Life Center only during the spring semester and only a few days a week during that time. While the café isn’t on the meal plan, it is
College dining option opens at North Dakota State University that serves meals under 800 calories
Student-led healthy-eating oasis on campus has a menu designed by dietetic interns earning course credit while crafting meal options with 800 calories or less in real-world setting.