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H2OH?

Posted by: on April 28, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

 Where did the days go where water was just.. water? Now there’s a whole section in the grocery store just for water. Flavored water, vitamin water, coconut water, aloe water, seltzer water, water water.. the list goes on. With the heat of summer around the corner you’re probably wondering which beverage to grab to cool down. There is actually some truth behind the hype about coconut water. It’s high in electrolytes such as potassium and sodium, vitamins and minerals, contains natural sugar, and

 Where did the days go where water was just.. water? Now there’s a whole section in the grocery store just for water. Flavored water, vitamin water, coconut water, aloe water, seltzer water, water water.. the list goes on. With the heat of summer around the corner you’re probably wondering which beverage to grab to cool […]MORE

Healthy Picks at Ray – Week of April 25th

Posted by: on April 24, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/25 Lunch Option 1Healthier Chicken Cordon Bleu – top two chicken breasts with deli ham and Swiss cheese from the Deli and microwave to melt the cheese.Roasted Red Bliss Potato from ClassicsFresh Green Beans from Classics Option 21 Slice Balsamic Chicken Wheat PizzettaPear, Tomato & Avocado Salad from Theme – Avocados and Pears on Mixed Baby Greens Topped with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Our Savory Garam Masala Dressing – either ask for light

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/25 Lunch Option 1Healthier Chicken Cordon Bleu – top two chicken breasts with deli ham and Swiss cheese from the Deli and microwave to melt the cheese.Roasted Red Bliss Potato from ClassicsFresh Green Beans from Classics Option 21 Slice Balsamic Chicken Wheat PizzettaPear, Tomato & Avocado Salad from Theme – Avocados and Pears on Mixed Baby Greens Topped with […]MORE

What’s the buzz about cauliflower?

Posted by: on April 20, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

  Cauliflower, the new super food making headlines. Mostly for it’s low carb content and versatility in the kitchen. Cauliflower is a non-starchy cruciferous vegetable that contains plenty of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, especially vitamin C, vitamin K, and Folate. Use it to sub for pizza crust, rice, mashed and so much more. Here are a couple of my favorite recipes.  Cauliflower ‘Fried Rice’1 head cauliflower (1 1/4 pounds), cored, broken into pieces (about 5 1/2 cups)2 tablespoons

  Cauliflower, the new super food making headlines. Mostly for it’s low carb content and versatility in the kitchen. Cauliflower is a non-starchy cruciferous vegetable that contains plenty of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, especially vitamin C, vitamin K, and Folate. Use it to sub for pizza crust, rice, mashed and so much more. Here are a […]MORE

Healthy Picks at Ray – Week of April 18th

Posted by: on April 17, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

      Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/18 Lunch Option 1Strawberry Spring Salad from Theme – mixed greens topped with fresh strawberries, sunflower seeds, shredded carrots, red lentils, goat cheese, and a house-made Balsamic dressing.Tuscan Minestrone Soup Option 2Tabbouleh & Hummus Pita Wrap from the DeliFresh Vegetable Saute from Center Stage with Grilled Chicken Dinner Option 1DIY Indian Curry Bowl – start with Jasmine Rice and Curried Chicken from Classics, ask for extra sauce.

      Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/18 Lunch Option 1Strawberry Spring Salad from Theme – mixed greens topped with fresh strawberries, sunflower seeds, shredded carrots, red lentils, goat cheese, and a house-made Balsamic dressing.Tuscan Minestrone Soup Option 2Tabbouleh & Hummus Pita Wrap from the DeliFresh Vegetable Saute from Center Stage with Grilled Chicken Dinner Option 1DIY Indian Curry Bowl – start with Jasmine Rice and […]MORE

15 Nutrition & Exercise Tips for the Gym Go-er

Posted by: on April 15, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

There’s an overwhelming amount of nutrition information floating around the Internet. You’ll come across multiple nutrition tips and messages just scrolling through your daily social media feeds. We all know nutrition & exercise are on the brain as summer is right around the corner and everyone’s trying to get ‘beach-bod’ ready. It can be hard to decide what to believe and which sources are actually credible. To make life a little easier, here are the top 15 nutrition & exercise tips for the gym

There’s an overwhelming amount of nutrition information floating around the Internet. You’ll come across multiple nutrition tips and messages just scrolling through your daily social media feeds. We all know nutrition & exercise are on the brain as summer is right around the corner and everyone’s trying to get ‘beach-bod’ ready. It can be hard […]MORE

Why Treating Yourself Is Good For Your Health

Posted by: on April 11, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

 It’s been said before and I’ll say it again – moderation is a major key to success, especially when it comes to your diet.  Many people take a perfectionist’s approach to dieting.  They set unrealistic expectations for this lifestyle change they are about to undertake, and when they stray from their rigid plan they feel like a failure.  Scratch all of that.  Treat yourself – you’ll be better off in the long run.  Here’s why:  Indulging occasionally will help reduce cravings and binge episodes.

 It’s been said before and I’ll say it again – moderation is a major key to success, especially when it comes to your diet.  Many people take a perfectionist’s approach to dieting.  They set unrealistic expectations for this lifestyle change they are about to undertake, and when they stray from their rigid plan they feel like […]MORE

Healthy Picks at Ray – Week of April 11th

Posted by: on April 10, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/11 Lunch Option 1DIY Grilled Chicken Sandwich on Whole Wheat Roll with veggies of choice from the DeliOnion Soup with Parmesan CroutonsSauteed Mushrooms & Zucchini from Also at Classics Option 2DIY Quinoa BowlStart with Tri-Color Quinoa from Also at Classics, add fresh sauteed veggies from Center Stage, and chopped grilled chicken.  Vegetarian option – add crumbled gardenburger from the Grill Dinner Option 1Classic Roasted Turkey Breast with

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/11 Lunch Option 1DIY Grilled Chicken Sandwich on Whole Wheat Roll with veggies of choice from the DeliOnion Soup with Parmesan CroutonsSauteed Mushrooms & Zucchini from Also at Classics Option 2DIY Quinoa BowlStart with Tri-Color Quinoa from Also at Classics, add fresh sauteed veggies from Center Stage, and chopped grilled chicken.  Vegetarian option – add crumbled […]MORE

7 Healthy Breakfast Options at Ray

Posted by: on April 5, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

 If you read our “Rise & Dine” blog post last semester, you know eating breakfast is an essential part of starting your day off right.  Raymond Hall offers a range of options that are sure to help you power through classes, workouts, and anything else life throws at you.  Rotate through these options regularly to add variety to your diet:  Whole Grain Cereal* with Skim or Plain Soy Milk & Fresh Fruit2 Hard Cooked Eggs *Choose from this list of nutritionist-approved cereals: Good: Raisin Bran,

 If you read our “Rise & Dine” blog post last semester, you know eating breakfast is an essential part of starting your day off right.  Raymond Hall offers a range of options that are sure to help you power through classes, workouts, and anything else life throws at you.  Rotate through these options regularly to […]MORE

Healthy Picks at Ray – Week of April 4th

Posted by: on April 3, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/4 Lunch Option 1Lemongrass Chicken Noodle Bowl from ThemeSweet & Sour Cucumbers with Fresh Dill from the Salad BarWhole Grain Bread from the Pizza Station Option 2Braised Kale & Vegetable Pizza SliceTuscan Minestrone SoupSide Salad Dinner Option 1Black Bean & Cheese Quesadilla from Theme – add chicken or shredded deli turkey for extra proteinFresh Cauliflower from Also at Classics Option 2DIY Asian-Style Vegetarian Rice BowlStart with rice, add

    Foods in green are Mindful recipes!  Monday 4/4 Lunch Option 1Lemongrass Chicken Noodle Bowl from ThemeSweet & Sour Cucumbers with Fresh Dill from the Salad BarWhole Grain Bread from the Pizza Station Option 2Braised Kale & Vegetable Pizza SliceTuscan Minestrone SoupSide Salad Dinner Option 1Black Bean & Cheese Quesadilla from Theme – add chicken or shredded deli turkey for extra proteinFresh Cauliflower from Also at […]MORE