Between holiday parties, family gatherings, and New Year’s Eve celebrations, the holidays are virtually synonymous with booze. (And, depending on your family and co-workers, some may be more likely to imbibe than others.) Of course, excessive alcohol consumption is bad news for your health and your waistline; it affects your thought processes and leads to […]
Of all the teas packing the shelves at supermarkets, the tea most closely associated with diet and fitness is green tea. Green tea has been lauded as a weight loss miracle that can: Increase metabolism Lower LDL cholesterol Boost the immune system Decrease bloating and increase fat loss
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Losing weight and eating healthy does not mean that you have to starve yourself or be tortured with unappetizing meals.
High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) sounds creepy if you are aware of the controversy concerning it but unaware of what it actually is.
Most of us love eating and when we come across mouth-watering delicacies we are tempted to taste them. But, constantly eating rich food can take a toll on our health and may cause indigestion.