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CPS Launches New Services to Support Black Students

June 18, 2020

Counseling and Psychological Services have launched support groups and workshops for students affected by the killings of Black Americans.

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Cracking the Code: What the Labels on Your Eggs Really Mean

April 28, 2020

Labels on egg cartons boast a broad variety of different titles: Grade A, Cage-free and Organic. Although many consumers lack knowledge about their true meaning, each phrase provides valuable information about the product in question.

The three main components to focus on in prepping a well-rounded meal are healthy carbs, protein and vegetables.

Now Is the Time to Brush Up on Your Meal Prep

April 14, 2020

In a time when making the most out of our groceries is more important than ever and although we are studying and working from home, are still as busy as ever, consider polishing your meal prepping skills.

By adding toppings like an egg to your avocado toast, you can get more essential nutrients and protein from the Instagram worthy breakfast.

How to Get the Most from Your Avocado Toast

February 11, 2020

Avocado toast is not only good for your Instagram feed but when paired with the right toppings can also have significant health benefits. Whether you are looking to put a tasty spin on your favorite breakfast or increase consumption of protein or vitamins, avocado toast is the vessel for all of your nutritional needs.

Tessa Burns, FCLC '23, uses her Instagram account, @therawalmond, to show that it's not hard to be healthy.

Inside the Mind of a Fordham Food Blogger

February 4, 2020

Tessa Burns, Fordham College at Lincoln Center (FCLC) ’23, creator of the health-food Instagram account @therawalmond, sat down for a Q&A with The Observer to give the inside scoop on running a health blog as well as reveal some of her favorite foods, bloggers and spots in the city.

Ben Guo, Gabelli School of Business at Lincoln Center ’21 usually eats out about twice a day four to five times a week.

Dining In vs. Dining Out from a Health Perspective

October 30, 2019

Whether you choose to dine in or out, it’s important to stay mindful about the food you’re eating. Striking a balance between treating yourself to a meal out and finding a few recipes you like to cook at home is important when it comes to knowing what you’re putting into your body without breaking the bank.