When you think big coffee chain, its pretty likely the first one that comes to mind is Starbucks—but is it the best? Overpriced drinks, sub par coffees, and baristas that look and act like the customers are a nuisance make going to Starbucks more of a chore than a treat. This isn’t news of course—people have been bashing on Starbucks for as long as the chain has been rolling out their frapps—but don’t we as consumers deserve another option for good coffee? Luckily, the Midwest has an alternative that has been growing across the region since 1995: Biggby! While the two companies do have some pretty big differences, Biggby is superior in terms of their atmosphere, menu, and customer service.
Growing up, you probably were treated to something containing sugar as a reward or a treat. My mom was health-conscious, and didn't really allow many sugar-packed foods in the house. But, every now and then, there would be that glorious day when she would get me a donut. It would always be incredible, and never be enough. There is a tangible joy when we first indulge in something containing sugar. It's why we view it the way we do. After that initial burst of happiness, however, things can get pretty ugly and severe. Let's take a look at what sugar can do to us.
Who doesn’t love their daily cup of joe? Coffee may be the most loved beverage of all time, and that’s saying something given tea’s lengthy beloved history in Europe and Asia. Regardless which beverage is more popular, there may be more reason than ever to love your daily brew. That’s because a growing body of research continues to show the many health benefits offered by coffee, including the possibility of improving your brain health.
Honestly, it’s hard to remember a time in which coffee wasn’t a part of my daily routine. The only thing that gets me out of cozy bed at 7:00 AM to make it to class on time is a freshly brewed cup of joe to get me up and going.
Just as everyone has a favorite part of the chicken to eat, everyone has a favorite part of the chicken wing to eat. That's because a wing can be cut into three parts before cooking, or left whole for the consumer to eat parts, or all of it.
Birthdays are occasions where one does not just get a year older, they also get wiser. These are milestones where the person goes through changes physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially.
Bulletproof Coffee has been gaining a lot of coverage and popularity of late. But there are also many people who ask questions, because the way it’s cooked, the ingredients, it’s very far from your conventional breakfast. Even if you’re trying out some very healthy options, like this vegan zucchini bread.
Without knowing it, we usually eat up to 16 teaspoons of sugar or even more per day. As you know, sugar is not the most useful supplement for the human body. Try to reduce the amount of sugar in the daily ration, and you will see that your body will start to work quite differently. The transformations of your body will pleasantly surprise you.
To be fair, there are many benefits with lowering one’s sugar intake or completely cutting that little product completely. But are artificial sweeteners the way to go?
Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.
Ugly Mug Coffee is a sustainable company striving to make coffee both convenient and environmentally friendly. Since Keurig flooded the coffee market, countless homes and offices embraced the ease of enjoying single serve coffee. You need that caffeine fix and Kathy in HR wants decaf? No problem! No need to brew two pots, you can just make one little cup, each serving its own particular purpose.
People are ordering kits that teach you how to make gourmet dishes, complete with pre-packaged ingredients sealed for freshness. It's a concept that seems so simple, and yet has revolutionized the way that people do dinner.