Some metabolic changes differ by race for women switching to vegetarian diet

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Improvements in fatty acid metabolism occurred for women switching from their habitual omnivorous diet to a vegetarian diet, according to a study

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Hope grad opens coffee bar in Haworth Hotel after $7.5M makeover

With a huge smile on his face and a delicious coffee in his hand, Mark Dykema is enjoying every minute of his visit to the newly renovated Haworth Hotel.
That’s because his fifth Biggby Coffee store, located in the lobby of the Hope College hotel, looks fabulous. The downtown Holland cafe is open, modern, playful, and bright. The hotel has undergone a $7.5 million transformation by acclaimed international architect Patricia Urquiola that gives the space a modern European look. 
It feels fabulous, too. The colorful furniture, modern artwork, and the grand spiral staircase provide a “good vibes only” experience in
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Pandan Latte Recipe: Why the Southeast Asian Flavor Is Popular in Coffee

Make your own version with the flowery, vanilla-flavored Southeast Asian leaf.

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Pandan is one of my favorite flavors of all time. It was the flavor of birthday cake my mom bought for me throughout my childhood—pale green and decorated with tiny flowers crafted from pandan-infused buttercream. It’s the ice cream flavor I opt for, despite the expansive menu, when visiting New York’s Chinatown Ice Cream Factory. It’s also now my favorite flavor to have in a latte.

For those who have yet to experience the joy of the

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Despite improvements, hundreds of Northeast Michiganders struggle to access healthy food | News, Sports, Jobs

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Kim Gamache, manager at Male’s Grocery Store, stocks coffee at the store earlier this month.

ALPENA — More people in Northeast Michigan have easy access to food than in prior years, but hundreds of households still struggle to reach a grocery store.

Compared to 2015, 56 fewer Northeast Michigan households in 2019 lived far from a supermarket and lacked access to a vehicle to get them there, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Access Research Atlas.

The reasons for the improvement weren’t immediately clear, though the USDA data suggests

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