By Khadijah Khogeer [Trigger Warning: this article discusses diet-restriction.] Over two million years ago, our primal ancestors roamed the earth, searching forests for game animals and making fires in caves. This is called the Paleolithic period, when humans were close to nature and hadn’t begun farming. With the advent of agriculture, humans began domesticating animals […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz Inspired by the show How to Live to 100, my column highlights one nutritious food each week, detailing its benefits on living a happy and healthy lifestyle. Each food item can also be found in either BU dining halls or close to campus, making them really easy to access! […]

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By Erica Schwartz @ericasalviati You are a college student, living off of a college student’s budget. So what sounds more intriguing, a $2 McDonalds cheeseburger or a $14 5 Napkin Burger cheeseburger? I get it. For some odd reason, the world works in a backwards way: fast food (otherwise known as really fattening food) is […]

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By Abbie Lin, Staff Writer @abbielin An excerpt from Eatabl: “The chicken was impossibly juicy: crazy moist without being greasy in the least with crispy crackly edges that cracked right off in shards as I bit aggressively into the sandwich. The seasoning on the chicken was briny and salty without being overpowering, the cheddar was […]

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