Staying healthy and eating right can sometimes be a struggle, especially when walking by the on-campus restaurants where the atmosphere is stained with the scent of succulent orange chicken and cheesy pizza.

If you live in the dorms, your chances of becoming part of that “Freshman 15” list are greater, but there’s no need to start freaking out, jumping frenzy-like on the weighing scale and checking yourself out in the mirror. Author Daphne Oz is here to the rescue with her book, The Dorm Room Diet: The 10-Step Program for Creating a Healthy Lifestyle Plan That Really Works. The book parrots the typical lines like “eat your vegetables, eat your fruits” and “create an exercise plan,” but Oz takes it a step further. In one chapter, you’ll learn about the right fruits and veggies to grub on in order to be strong, the moving exercises that you need to be energetic and less stressed out and she even adds tasty recipes that’ll leave your stomach full without having to unbutton your pants.

There’s no calorie counting involved, as Oz has never been fond of the trendy, fad diets, but there is a section about how to survive college without gaining unwanted pounds and what “good stuff” to buy when you’re in your dorm and feeling a craving.

Grade: A

The Dorm Room Diet is currently available.