The Picky Eater Presents: Tips for Staying Healthy While at Work

This week, we are thrilled to welcome special guest blogger Anjali Shah, owner and creator of The Picky Eater blog. Check out Anjali's article below for some fantastic tips on staying fit and healthy while at work! We've all been there. Eight to ten hours a day (or more!) in front of a computer, sitting, with vending machines …

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Spicy Challenge Week Winners

Last week was the Spicy Challenge Week, where we featured three incredibly spicy dishes on our menu and waited to see if anybody would rise to the occasion.  We're happy to report that many did.  Not only were the dishes popular, but some of you even took us up on our promise of prizes and submitted …

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10 Questions to Ask Your Next Lunch Provider

More and more companies are offering lunch as a benefit to their employees, which we (of course) think is pretty cool. But if you're just dipping your toes into this world of office food programs, the task of finding the right vendor that will meet your needs can seem daunting. That's why it's so important to ask the …

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Dietitian’s Mailbag #9: Superfood Showdown

This week, we have another super question, submitted by EAT Clubber Steven P. He writes: “Sometimes I hear my co-workers talk about which fruits and vegetables are the healthiest. Is it true that some are healthier than others?” As a dietitian, I am routinely brought in as the “referee” for debates about food and nutrition. And …

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Dietitian’s Mailbag #8: Top O’ The Morning Brew Ya!

Happy (almost) St. Paddy’s Day, everyone! If you’re anything like EAT Club eater Andrew S., you’ve got beer on the brain. But Andrew isn’t so sure if he should be pouring himself another pint of Irish stout. He writes, “Lately, I’ve gotten really into artisanal beers and microbreweries. There are so many interesting craft brews …

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Take the Spicy Challenge and Win Hot Prizes

Spicy Challenge Week is definitely not for the weak of heart. Next week we’ll be catering to the culinary daredevil inside you and featuring three mouth-meltingly spicy dishes on our menu. Tongues will be blasted, tears will be shed, and shirts will be sweated through. And we want to see it all. How to compete: Step …

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Dietitian’s Mailbag #7: OMG O-mega

OMG?  More like O-M-3!  This week, Ted T. writes: “I understand that omega-3 fatty acids are good for me, but what are they?  What are the best food sources?” Ah, omega three fatty acids. You hear about them in the news, see them on medical shows, and hear about them from your mom. And there's a …

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Introducing Snacks With A Purpose

As our Instagram photo feed (and company name) would suggest, here at EAT Club we love to eat. From regular taste tests to 3pm "second lunch," we don't call it a day when lunchtime is over. And that's exactly why we are so excited to announce the launch of EAT Club Snacks, the next phase in our plan of …

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Unjuiceable: The Definitive Guide On What Not To Juice

Juicing is a great way to get more fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet. As a proud new owner of a juicer, I can tell you that it’s a lot of fun to experiment, but there’s a bit of a learning curve when it comes to what you should steer clear of. To save …

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Dietitian’s Mailbag #6: The Spice is Right

This week's question really brings the heat.  Josh R. writes: “A few months back, I enjoyed reading an EAT Club blog post about the different types of hot peppers.  Are spicy foods like peppers bad for health?” If you think the answer is ‘yes,' raise your right hand. If you think the answer is ‘no,’ …

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