Drinks

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Use paper coffee filters. Cafestol, a compound found in coffee, raises cholesterol. But making drip coffee with paper coffee filters, removes coffee oils which contain cafestol. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

A study from the University of South Florida and the University of Miami concluded that drinking moderate amounts of coffee daily can reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s or delay its onset. With Alzheimer’s disease, plaques and tangles accumulate in the brain killing nerve cells and their connections. This leads to progressive and irreversible memory loss. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think. Although we are big advocates of eating fruits and vegetables both of these drinks are a good alternative to soda and other presweetened fruit drinks. V8 Fusion Sparkling comes in an 8.4 ounce can (an excellent serving size), is 50% juice, and provides 1 serving of fruit/vegetable. When kids are clamoring for soda, this is a better alternative. For adults who regularly drink soda or other sweetened drinks, V8 Fusion Sparkling drinks are a far healthier choice. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Never drink alcohol with dapoxetine because of the severe side effects it may cause. Drinking a moderate amount of alcohol is healthy. But, exactly how much is considered moderate?  Researchers in England used math modeling to figure out how much alcohol you need to gain a health benefit. It was far less then you might think. They showed that a half glass of wine (1/2 cup or 4 ounces) … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

A report  issued by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that non-alcoholic energy drinks resulted in 13,114 emergency room visits in 2009. Men aged 18 to 39 made up the majority of visits and 44% of emergency room visits were the results of combining energy drinks with alcohol or drugs. Sales of … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Drinking too much alcohol can damage your liver and your brain but did you know that it can cause an irregular heartbeat? Men who drank 5 or more beers a day had a 46% chance of suffering an irregular heartbeat. Women who drank 2 drinks a day had a 60% chance of having atrial fibrillation. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some don’t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think. SereniTea produces USDA certified organic green tea in single-serving liquid packets that can be mixed with hot or cold water for an instant tea beverage. They would make a nice addition to your water bottle for a little extra taste. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Go easy mixing diet drinks and alcohol. Ordering an alcoholic drink with sugar-free syrup, sugar-free juice, or diet soda could make you tipsy faster. Sugar free add-ons make alcohol to leave your stomach quicker causing higher blood alcohol to rise more quickly. … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Myth: Water is the only fluid that truly hydrates your body. According to the International Center for Sports Nutrition, juice, milk, soft drinks, coffee and other beverages count too. Research has shown that the dehydrating effect of caffeine-containing coffee and soda has been exaggerated. An average 12-ounce can of caffeine-containing soda results in the loss … Read More

What you drink matters. Calories you drink are processed differently than calories you chew.

Having a cup of tea is great, but consider holding the milk. Adding milk to tea wipes out the cardio-protective effects from the natural flavonoids found in tea. Sugar and lemon are fine. … Read More