When you hear the word ‘diet’, what automatically comes to mind? Usually, it’s one of two things:
- Diet - noun : The kinds of food that a person, animal or community habitually eats.
- Diet - verb: To restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight.
According to the Boston Medical Center, around 45 million or more Americans diet every year. Americans have become obsessed with dieting and have slowly started to ignore the fact that food is the best form of medicine for us. Instead, the word diet is centered around consumption restrictions, or, what we CAN’T eat.
YA•YE (pronounced “yă-yay”), an organic, plant-based cafe rooted in the belief that food is medicine, will open its first location at Zeppelin Station on Saturday, February 1st. Committed to improving peoples’ lives through healthy food, YA•YE’s menu goes beyond that of a traditional “health food” restaurant by focusing on one...