The Health Benefits of Coffee

The Health Benefits of Coffee

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

Tomorrow is National Coffee Day, so it’s only right that I highlight all the perks of this wonderful beverage.  Here in New England we are madly in love with coffee.  We have a coffee shop on every corner, drink iced coffee year round, and are just about the only region in the country that drinks coffee milk.  Once viewed as an unhealthy habit, coffee (black coffee, that is) is slowly building a better reputation thanks to new research findings.  1.  Lower risk of cardiovascular disease.  I

Tomorrow is National Coffee Day, so it’s only right that I highlight all the perks of this wonderful beverage.  Here in New England we are madly in love with coffee.  We have a coffee shop on every corner, drink iced coffee year round, and are just about the only region in the country that drinks […]MORE

Foods That Help You Focus

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

As a college student, you need a sharp mind and mental clarity now more than ever.  The foods that fuel your body can play a huge role in how well you focus in the classroom.  Rotate these foods into your diet on a regular basis for maximum benefit.  Remember, the effects are not instant but over time you will be sure to build a strong, healthy mind.Salmon & Tuna:  These fish in particular are high in omega-3s, the healthy fats that are associated with improved mood and concentration.Whole

As a college student, you need a sharp mind and mental clarity now more than ever.  The foods that fuel your body can play a huge role in how well you focus in the classroom.  Rotate these foods into your diet on a regular basis for maximum benefit.  Remember, the effects are not instant but over […]MORE

Egg-cellent Breakfast

Posted by: on September 14, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

There was a time where people thought eggs were entirely bad for you.  Good news!  Eggs are actually packed with tons of nutrients.  They are one of the cheapest sources of high quality protein with about 7 grams per egg.  They also contain biotin, Vitamins A, E, D, K, B12, and riboflavin.  It’s true that the yolk is high in cholesterol, but research has shown that this has much less of an impact on your blood cholesterol than trans fats and saturated fats.  Most healthy people can consume one

There was a time where people thought eggs were entirely bad for you.  Good news!  Eggs are actually packed with tons of nutrients.  They are one of the cheapest sources of high quality protein with about 7 grams per egg.  They also contain biotin, Vitamins A, E, D, K, B12, and riboflavin.  It’s true that the yolk […]MORE

4 Ways to Boost Your Energy Levels

Posted by: on September 7, 2016   |Comments (0)|Dining at PC

You’re consistently getting 6-8 hours of sleep, but you’re still feeling a bit sluggish.  What gives?  There are a lot of factors that play into your energy levels throughout the day.  Some of them might surprise you.  One key thing to remember – food is your fuel!  Make sure you are filling your body with the right kind.  Here are some tips to keep you feeling your best:1.  Drink more water.  Yes, being even mildly dehydrated can really slow you down.  Water performs several vital functions in

You’re consistently getting 6-8 hours of sleep, but you’re still feeling a bit sluggish.  What gives?  There are a lot of factors that play into your energy levels throughout the day.  Some of them might surprise you.  One key thing to remember – food is your fuel!  Make sure you are filling your body with the […]MORE