Apparently most freshman college students do not gain more weight than the same age young people who are not in college. So, it’s a myth that college students will gain 15 extra pounds their first year. Despite this, it is important that they eat healthy and make exercise a regular part of their lives. Students should eat 3 meals a day, limit unhealthy snacks and exercise several times a week. Many college students drink a lot of beer which is many empty calories which can cause them to gain weight. I’m encouraged that college freshman aren’t at greater risk than other young people for gaining weight.
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