‘The most recent survey was conducted from September to June and included polling 547 people at their homes and at health fairs after they had been treated at regional nonprofit hospitals. Just 50 respondents said they were informed about reduced costs for those with little or no insurance’ . This article is normally republished with kind authorization from our friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You can view the entire Kaiser Daily Health Plan Survey, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of health policy developments, debates and discussions. The Daily Health Plan Report is released for Kaisernetwork.org, a free assistance of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Board Organization and Kaiser Family Basis.Variety. It doesn’t harm to cave in and enjoy the occasional serving of pizza and warm dogs. But if you’re eating these foods all the time, the body probably feels ready for a change. A packed lunch a couple of times a week means you can enjoy some favorites that you might not find at every school — such as a piping sizzling thermos of your mom’s chicken soup; pita and hummus bread; or some sharp, farm-stand apples. 3. Energy. In case you have a big video game or activity after college, program a lunch and snack foods that combine lean proteins with carbohydrates to provide you with lasting energy and maintain you going right through the past due afternoon. Some ideas: your own trail mix of dried fruit and nuts or sunflower seeds, whole-grain pretzels and low-unwanted fat cheese, or a bagful of baby carrots and yogurt dip.