In a recent report that shocked absolutely no one, the American College Health Association found that 63 percent of college students are not eating enough fruits and vegetables.
Researchers Vinayak K. Nahar of Lincoln Memorial University, Manoj Sharma of Jackson State University and M. Allison Ford of the University of Mississippi set out to figure out how to improve students’ diets. The key? Easier access to healthy foods.
On Tuesday, rapper Lil Xan revealed that he had to go to the hospital for stomach problems due to, he alleges, the spicy snack Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
“Yeah, I went to the hospital today. … I just want to let everyone know I was in the hospital not due to any drugs, but I guess I ate too many Hot Cheetos, and it ripped something in my stomach open,” he said on Instagram.
It can be hard to keep up with all the health trends these days. For example, one second we’re being told coconut oil is a life-saver, the next we’re being instructed to cut down on it. You may have heard your fair share about sprouted foods lately, and if you’re not sure what those are all about, don’t worry — you’re definitely not the only one who is slightly confused.
You want to know how to make a smoothie—and not just any smoothie. One that rivals those perfectly creamy ones that your favorite health food store or juice bar charges upwards of $10 a pop for. Well, look no further, because we have everything you need to know about how to make the tastiest smoothie you’ve ever had, and how to adjust the ingredients based on your favorite flavors, textures, nutrition goals—oh, and foods you already have in your kitchen.