Archive for February, 2015

Campus Chow

Behind the Scenes of Tofu

Behind the Scenes of Tofu

If you have never tried tofu, the thought of eating it may be intimidating. Most of the fear stems from the unknown of what this mystery “meat” is made of and how it was created. In short, this protein-powerhouse is made very similarly to how cheese is made. The only… MORE>

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Trending

Bone Broth: What’s All The Hype?

Bone Broth: What’s All The Hype?

Trends in health and wellness seem to come and go like the seasons. In the blink of an eye, a new headline appears claiming to have found the secret behind ever- lasting health. One of the latest foodie trends you may have heard about is bone broth. Yes, you heard… MORE>

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Mind, Body, Soul

Vision Boards 101

Vision Boards 101

Great ideas, dreams, and goals all stem from a tiny thought that blossomed in the creative environment of your mind. They can often lead you to success and accolades in the future, but when they are locked inside your mind, that doesn’t do you any good. Instead, creating a vision… MORE>

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Food

Garlic: The Original Superfood

Garlic: The Original Superfood

Did you know that garlic was one of the earliest plants used for medicinal purposes?  The use of garlic can be traced back to the Egyptians, Ancient Romans, and Greek Gods.  Hippocrates prescribed garlic for a variety of conditions, the Romans fed it to Olympic athletes to reduce fatigue and… MORE>

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Food

Fiber, It’s Not Just For Old People

Fiber, It’s Not Just For Old People

  February is National Fiber Focus Month. Usually, when you think of fiber, images of your grandparents may come to mind. It’s associated with sweaters, wrinkle cream, and perhaps dentures. But who’s to say fiber can’t be “the new black,” the latest hype, or the hottest college trend? Here are… MORE>

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Food

Almond Joy: Celebrate National Almond Day with these Fun Facts

Almond Joy: Celebrate National Almond Day with these Fun Facts

  Did you know that almonds first became popular as an ancient Roman wedding gift to promote happiness and fertility? Or that their harvest was used to feed travelers on the Silk Road to China for 300 years? By the time the almond tree had arrived in California from Spain… MORE>

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