While many college dining programs have added healthier menu options to their offerings, the University of North Texas in Denton has kicked it up a notch. The school recently opened Mean Greens, an allhealthy, all-the-time dining hall that serves portion-controlled entrees and all-you-can-eat everything else. When students enter Mean Greens, they are given a portion control card that explains the entree choices for that day. They can then choose one (no seconds) and augment it with as much ...

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