Tailgating is as closely tied to college football as the game itself. If you’re going to participate in the sport in any way (most likely as an observer) make sure you at least have the basics of a kick ass tailgating party down.
Antioxidants are substances or nutrients in our foods which can prevent or slow the oxidative damage to our body. When our body cells use oxygen, they naturally produce free radicals which can cause damage. Antioxidants act as “free radical scavengers” and prevent and repair damage done by these free radicals.
Ice cream has always been one of America’s favorite desserts. And though it’s not the healthiest of food and may have helped contribute to some medical problems to those who over-consume, it is one of the most regularly enjoyed desserts in America. Nothing beats an cold ice cream cone in the afternoon, especially in a […]
McDonald’s, a fast food chain that has often times been blamed for the growing weight issues in the United States, has locations all over the world with different menus in all of them. Here’s an infographic about some interesting menu items you might not have heard of here in the US. Some sound relatively healthy […]
While no one with a good grasp on nutrition would recommend it as something you should eat, Mac & Cheese is without a doubt America’s favorite comfort food.
Mixing drinks into your social scene is as common of a college ritual as buying used textbooks and microwaving Easy Mac in your dorm, however the consequences of abusing alcohol when you’re out on the scene can be dire. Take a look at the infographic below: