Food for Yoopers: A healthy approach to better food behaviors | WJMN


MARQUETTE, Mich. (WJMN) – Making small changes to encourage healthier eating and changing behaviors when it comes to food. That is the focus of a program in Marquette called Food for Yoopers.

Evan Loukusa, MD, resident of the Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program, said he wanted to help people take the first steps towards a healthier life.

“One of my goals when I was thinking of creating this program, I wanted to make this something where the information was really accessible to people. I wanted to help them understand and get a hold of to make some behavior changes that

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Vegetarian, fish-based diet linked with less severe Covid-19: Study


Vegetarian and fish-based diets may be associated with lower odds of developing moderate to severe Covid-19 infection, suggest the findings of a six-country survey based on self-reported symptoms.

The researchers noted that the survey is observational, and does not establish a causative relation between diet and Covid-19 severity, and caution is needed in the interpretation of the findings.

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The survey results, published in the journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health on Tuesday, indicate that plant- and fish-based diets were associated with 73 per

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Prequel is the Newest Chapter for Longtime Chicago Coffee SpaceDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Prequel Cafe Chicago

Inside the new Prequel coffee shop and cafe in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. All images courtesy of Prequel.

Before he was the owner and maker of Damn Fine Coffee in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, Josh Miller held a number of jobs in coffee.

One of those was at Atomix Coffee, a staple serving coffee and food in West Town, which closed in 2019 after nearly 20 years in business. Miller and a team of coffee people have now returned to the former Atomix space at W. Chicago and Damen to open an entirely new coffee shop, called Prequel.

Outside Prequel Coffee


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Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Partners with U.N. on Global Healthy Food Campaign

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The United Nations (U.N.), the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the U.N. Foundation have partnered with Sony Pictures’ Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway on a campaign to encourage fans to be “food heroes” by engaging in healthy, sustainable eating practices, it was announced today. The campaign will promote actions including adding more healthy foods to one’s diet, buying at local gardens and farmers markets, reducing food waste and planting gardens.

As part of the campaign, a new public service announcement featuring Peter Rabbit and his onscreen friends has been launched. In addition, the character

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12 Asheville restaurants for omnivores with hearty vegetarian meals


Asheville is an exceptional place for vegetarians in that nearly every independent restaurant makes meat-free accommodations far beyond the veggie burger. That’s why this is by no means a complete list. But if you’re a meat eater with a visiting vegetarian friend, here are just a few of the many places you might consider. 

Andaaz Indian Cusine

At lunch, this new Indian restaurant serves a buffet where you can find more vegetarian than meaty dishes. How often can you say that? Meat eaters will love the lamb curry but also will find the dal, the mixed vegetable pakoras, the palak

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Food Network star Guy Fieri opening new restaurant in Winter Park


WINTER PARK, Fla. – Guy Fieri, one of the biggest stars of the Food Network, is set to open a new restaurant in Winter Park.

A new location of Fieri’s Chicken Guy! is moving into the shell of the former Steak ‘n Shake that sat at 818 S. Orlando Ave.

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The location has been empty for more than a year after Steak ‘n Shake started a big contraction of its business in 2019, even prior to the pandemic hitting

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