Making time for a healthy breakfast when you have a busy schedule isn’t always possible. Sometimes, you may therefore find yourself at the closest drive-through, grabbing something on your way to work.
Fast food is often thought of as unhealthy, and for good reason — most options will cost you lots of calories, saturated fat, added sugar, and sodium. Fortunately, healthier choices are available.
We researched popular fast-food restaurants to find you 11 healthier fast-food breakfast options.
If you’re looking to monitor your calorie intake, there are several options out there.
These two breakfasts are both under 300 calories. Keep
A TikTok video shows young Starbucks workers overwhelmed with a 22-drink order by a “Karen” in California.
The video, posted by barista @sarai.camp0s, has been viewed 1.5 million times. Comments are turned off, which suggest some hate likely leaked into the discussion. The caption says, “Oh, just a regular day working at Starbucks #starbucks #wequit.”
“I guess Karen’s little sister ordered today,” she wrote on the overlay, showing the first of a 22-drink order for a “Katie.”
Per the drink stickers, the order is an Uber Eats delivery from late June from a Starbucks in Hayward, California.
In his appeal to G20 environment ministers, the Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Qu Dongyu, highlighted the challenge of having to produce more food while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
“Today, humanity faces a triple planetary crisis of biodiversity loss, climate crisis and the impact of the pandemic”, he said. “To have healthy food, we need a healthy environment”.
My msg at #G20 Environment mtg today: To sustainably feed a growing population, we must reduce emissions, revere nature & restore ecosystems. Joint action, investment, innovation & political will are key to tackle challenges of biodiversity
CUDAHY — A Cudahy teen has the special skill of creating incredible cake art, and she is a serial entrepreneur. Meet 18-year-old Zohay Schwab.
“I’ve always liked to bake. I’ve done it since I was younger,” Zoe Schwab, the owner of ZoMazing Cakes, said.
While she has been baking most of her life, she started selling her cakes in July 2020. Her dad posted a picture of a cake she baked on Facebook, and it got some attention. A few more posts later and Zohay was inundated with customers.
“Yea, it’s turned into something I never expected it to
Wednesday, July 21st is National Junk Food Day, something we can all get a little excited about! It’s not like we need an excuse to eat junk food but this helps.
Live in the D host, Jason Carr chatted with AJ Williams, Managing Editor of the Michigan Chronicle who also has a blog, Single Black Chick, Jason Hall with Ridetroit, and Mark Sobolewski, a local teacher, actor, and comedian.
These friends of the show answered questions about the junk food they like and other questions like: Are you a sweet or salty junk food person? Do you get cravings for