Clocktower Café Menu Smartphone App
Available as a free download on the App Store and Google Play, check out “Bite by Sodexo” to get today’s menu and view nutritional information (enter code Q9L68).
Make it with MoJo!
Try these healthy recipes, suggested by Crouse dietitians Maureen Berical and Jolene Hoskins:
Corn, Black Bean and Quinoa Salad
Curried Tuna Salad Snackers
Vegan Burrito Bowl
Turkey, Vegetable and Hash Brown Quiche
Easy Asian Snack Mix
Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup
Apple Sage Wild Rice Stuffing
Apple Blueberry Crisp
Easy Whole Grain Recipes
Summer Corn & Bean Salad
Gluten-Free Berry Pizza
Roasted Vegetable with Walnuts, Basil and Balsamic Vinaigrette
Summer Quinoa Salad
Low-Cal Shamrock Shake
Healthy Apple Crisp
Get 7 Healthy Tips from MoJo – click here!
Understanding Food Labels
Check out these resources that help explain why serving sizes, percentages, and daily values are important. Do you know how to figure out how many servings are in a package, which nutrients are important and which you should limit?
Daily Calorie Allowance
A quick guide to reading food labels
Have fun with this short music video
Comprehensive (yet easy to read) guide from the Food & Drug Administration
FDA webpage on food labels
Daily Food Plans based on your calorie allowance
This is a roadmap. Learn how to stay full, longer. See how you can swap ingredients when cooking. How moderation can help you.
Plan, analyze, and track your diet and physical activity. Find out what and how much to eat; track foods, physical activities, and weight; and personalize with goal setting, virtual coaching, and journaling.
Get your Heart Score with My Life Check
Live Better with Life’s Simple Seven. These measures have one unique thing in common: any person can make these changes, the steps are not expensive to take and even modest improvements to your health will make a big difference. Start with one or two. This simple, seven step list has been developed to deliver on the hope we all have–to live a long, productive healthy life.
Mindful by Sodexo
It’s all about balance, in every aspect of life – sign up for challenges, giveaways, and to receive helpful information.
Shop Smart! Take a tour of the grocery store to learn about shopping healthy at a reasonable cost.
Rethink Your Drink
The average American eats about 175 pounds of sugar a year, or roughly half a pound a day. The single biggest source of that sugar comes from sugary drinks. Extra calories from sugar leads to weight gain that can put people at risk for lifelong health problems such as diabetes and heart disease.
Coolers in the hospital’s Clock Tower Café and at Jazzman’s Café in the hospital’s main lobby sport signage that visually assists diners in selecting beverages that are, based on calories, better choices. In order to encourage healthier beverage choices and discourage options that contribute to chronic disease, beverages are designated as green, yellow or red. Green beverages are those under 50 calories; yellow between 50 and 150 calories; and red marks drinks with 150 calories or more. In order to prevent these health risks, replace soft drinks with water, seltzer, fruit juice, and low-fat/fat free milk.
Share your tips and tricks!
Help others by sharing your experience. What have you done to tweak your habits or “Rethink Your Drink”? Contact Simply Well to share tips and tricks that worked for you. Experiences will be posted on this page (may remain anonymous according to preference).