There is a diet kitchen. That has been around for a few decades. It provides options for Mids looking for alternative food options like vegetarian, watching weight, gaining weight, maybe they had oral surgery and need all liquid diet for awhile. Not sure how it works now, but when I was there you had to have a nutritionist consult, but then could have access to it. I believe they are overall doing a better job of this as time has moved on. I think people in general are more health conscious on food and that has impacted Mids. Many nights, if not all, during the week, offers a salad bar.
697, have you tried the tape measure method outlined? Its enclosure 2 of the document. See where you measure. Ensure to follow the rules exactly. If you are well below the body fat % you will be fine. If you are close to that line or over, I would see a nutritionist to get those pounds off. At your age, metabolism, and athleticism, you will drop it fast. I would venture to say you will be fine regardless of 214 or 206 on I Day, but never leave things to chance.