Are you required to eat in the dining hall?
--Nope. Our dining halls are OK, they're semi-healthy as in reasonably low-cal and low-fat, they're just boring and have the same thing every day. Not many things that are low-carb, either.

Do you have access to a car, a supermarket & a refrigerator?
--I can get to a supermarket fairly easily, it's like a 15-20 minute bus ride away. I can also buy things when I go home on the weekend.

There's no oven or stove for you to cook on?
--Nope. :/ I'm a freshman, so my dorm is TINY. All I have is a microwave.

Are there restaurants & fast food places nearby? Can you afford to eat out?
--Mostly Mexican, Indian and Chinese restaurants (but I reaaaally don't like Mexican food, and Chinese and Indian generally aren't so healthy I would assume?), lots of fast food like McDonald's and Arby's. The only vaguely healthy one is Panera, which I'm fine with going to.

How familiar are you with healthy low carb eating plans?
--Reasonably familiar, but I just started so some help would be lovely
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