It all started when German-born David Klein discovered a copy of Take Ivy, the legendary (and until recently, extremely rare) 1965 style bible that took Japan by storm. Fascinated by the history of Ivy's influence on Japanese style as well as 60s East Coast lifestyle, Klein began scouring vintage markets for one-of-a kind Ivy League pieces. This led him to create The Co-Op, an online marketplace for vintage Ivy League gear.
The short of it is that you'll want to avoid overeating, make healthy choices, and be present in the moment. How can you do all of that when you're surrounded by delicious options? You can give yourself plenty of time to select a healthy option so you already know what you want when you sit down, and you'll be less likely to make a spur of the moment unhealthy decision.
Much like a horoscope can be revealing, when someone tells me their favorite fast food restaurant, I feel like I'm looking deep into their soul. It's more than a McDouble though—it's about the culture and personality of the brand that defines who you are. Lucky for fast food chains, customers are devoted to their favorites and become lifelong customers.
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Of course, it depends on which type you're using: "Some oils are better than others in terms of the type of fats each is made up of, as well as the level of processing needed to extract it," John Fawkes, NSCA-certified personal trainer, Precision Nutrition certified nutritionist, and managing editor at The Unwinder, explains. When you need oil, opt for olive oil, flaxseed oil, or avocado oil. "Each is high in heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, lower in polyunsaturated fats, and generally available in cold-pressed varieties that don't reduce beneficial compounds through heated extraction," Fawkes says.
TJ's has some tricks up its sleeve. If you can't find what you're looking for, ask any crew member wearing a bright or funky shirt for assistance. If you are excited about all the cool Trader Joe's products but aren't sure what to do with them, you can find a host of recipes from appetizers to cocktails, all created in the store's test kitchen.
Fast food is pretty consistent no matter where you get it in America. Whether you're dining at a McDonald's in New York or hitting up Ronald McDonald's place in California, you know you're going to get pretty much the same menu options coast-to-coast, and the product will taste exactly the same. At some of our favorite fast food restaurant's international locations, there are menu items you haven't even dreamed of, and learning of their existences will only make you envious.
Few things are better than starting your day with a piping hot (or ice-cold) Starbucks coffee. Starbucks has a large menu selection, and there are plenty of drink, meal, and snack options that are good for you—or at least a better option than some others—and we spoke to experts to find out exactly what they are. Here are the Starbucks items that nutritionists and registered dietitians order when they want something healthy.
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The mayor of Flavortown told Insider that he isn't big on morning meals, but when he does eat breakfast, it's usually grits, granola, or juice.
Please book a flight home and prepare to spend the next several days rummaging around your parents’ basement, because all that random stuff you owned in the ’90s? Beanie Babies, Pokémon cards, and even old video game cartridges are worth hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars these days. Furby was one of the most annoying toys to come out of the ’90s, and in a cruel twist of fate, they’re now somehow worth almost $1k.
You want new fashion rules? Dua Lipa’s got ’em. One: thrift a vest. The “New Rules” singer debuted a new outfit on Instagram, making a case for wearing vintage, menswear-inspired vests. “A photo dump consisting of mainly mirror selfies and pizza,” Dua Lipa wrote alongside a gallery of images. The third photo showed Lipa in a bright orange satin vest worn over a white shirt and jeans. The button-up vest, a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier design, matched her orange-tinted sunnies and plastic rings that are also currently trending in fashion. As of late, the humble sweater vest has turned into a hot accessory, with the retro knit style taking off on the runways and with Instagram’s most fashionable. By opting for a solid waistcoat, one that we’re typically used to seeing as part of a three-piece suit, Lipa put her own spin on the grandpa aesthetic that’s been taking off. Paired with light-wash denim, the look is the kind of laid-back ensemble you could wear out; when worn with a button-down, it’s the perfect Zoom WFH look. See, and copy it for yourself, below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by DUA LIPA (@dualipa) Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Dua Lipa Details Life At The Hadid FarmZoë Kravitz's Dress Is Cottagecore-ApprovedI Got Two-Toned Hair & This Is How It Looks
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In the ultimate non-cooking competition show; we have Binging With Babish's Andrew Rea going head-to-head against Delish's own, June Xie, in answering not-so-basic cooking questions. Whoever has the most correct answers at the end, wins. (What do they win? Nothing. Glory. Pride. Who is to say.) And yes, of course, the questions will get slightly harder in each round .