Protein Bar Opens

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Protein Bar Opens


Protein Bar opens

OAK BROOK -- Protein Bar has opened its first suburban healthy restaurant at 2040 York Road, with breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Its mission is to provide active, on-the-go professionals with healthy choices. The establishment offers burritos, bowls, salads and signature drinks that are handcrafted with high protein, fiber, low fat and low sugar. Matt Matros, 33, is founder and CEO of the local chain. The Chicago-based company is growing in the city and in the Washington, D.C., area. The founder came up with the concept in 2009 after losing 60 pounds by following a high-protein diet.

Elmhurst College hosts program

ELMHURST -- The School for Professional Studies at Elmhurst College will host an information session on adult undergraduate programs on Saturday, Jan. 12. Attendees can learn about day, evening, online and accelerated programs designed for adults ages 24 and over. The information session will begin at 8:30 a.m. with registration and a light breakfast; the program begins at 9 a.m. A Kindle will be given away during the event; the drawing will be open to all attendees who fill out an information card. The winner must be present for the drawing. The information session will take place in the Founders Lounge of the Frick Center (190 Prospect Ave., Elmhurst, www.elmhurst.edu/campusmap). For more information or to RSVP, call (630) 617-3300 or (800) 581-4723, email oaga@elmhurst.edu or visit www.elmhurst.edu/sps. Elmhurst staff also will be on hand to talk about transfer credit policies, admission and graduate requirements, financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Adult accelerated undergraduate majors include business administration, information technology, organizational leadership and communication, preclinical psychology and the RN to BS completion option.

Health companies to partner

MUNDELEIN -- Health Inventures, a surgical and physician services company based in Westminster, Colo., selected Medline Industries Inc. as its primary vendor distribution partner for medical and surgical supplies. The five-year agreement for distribution services is expected to save Health Inventures more than $2 million per year in medical supply costs by driving distribution efficiencies over the term of the agreement. …

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