There's always debate about what's best for you, or what you should eat versus what you should not eat. Granola and granola bars alike have been a popular breakfast item for quite some time, but how good for you is granola really?
We're a few weeks into the new year and that new year motivation some of us had to eat healthy and live better might, must to our chagrin, already be on empty. There's nothing wrong with that, a lot of people try to go too big too quick and expect to see results two weeks in, and that (unfortunately) is just not the case.
Most of us who work nine to five have a pretty similar morning routine, and that routine more than likely includes your morning cup of Joe. Whether you put yours in a to go cup for your commute, or pour a cup in the breakroom at the office, a fair to large portion of Americans have a cup at some point during their morning.
The online shopping market has been growing exponetially over the past 5 years. The reasoning is very easy to see. The Internet is teeming with options, you don't have to change out of your pajamas to do it, you can find just what you want without visiting store after store, and, in some instances, you can find items that are more affordable.
At the end of every year, managers and directors alike will analyze shopping trends and attempt to figure out how to get more customers in their stores and increase profit in the next fiscal year.
Another new year means another batch of new years resolutions. It's a fresh start, and with that we want a new us! The difficult part is sticking to it, whether it be working out, eating better, or changing anything for that mattter.
As we close out 2016, we at Darlington want to say thank you to all of our supporters this year, including our staff, distributors and brokers who have put in many hours to make this year a success! We want to extend an especially large thank you to our customers - without you it's all for nothing!
About 29 million people have Type 2 Diabetes in the United States, making it a rather common condition. Odds are that you know someone, or are even related to someone, who has either Type 1 or 2 diabetes.