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The Amazing Health Benefits of Rooibos Tea


Green, black, brown and now, red! No, these aren’t just some colours on the palette of your paint box.

 

Could a diet based on Coffee help you lose weight?


Coffee is the new red wine. There are now tasting courses, sommeliers, and aficionados tracking single-origin beans from remote estates around the globe.

 

7 Impressive Health Benefits of Kombucha


Kombucha has been rapidly growing in popularity among hipsters, hippies and health food lovers.

 

Is it a good idea to add ice to fruit juices?


Fruit juice and ice are like a quintessential combination. When you order a fruit juice in your office cafeteria or any local juice centre, the crushed ice is added before any other ingredient.

 

10 Dangers and Benefits Hiding in Your Cup of Coffee


Caffeine might give you a boost in the morning, but not everything is moonlight and roses when it comes to your cup of coffee.

 

Snortable chocolate with energy drink stimulants targets health-conscious clubgoers


With a name that recalls the Four Loko alcoholic energy drink craze from several years ago, Coco Loko aims to tap into demand for club-drug alternatives, as snorting raw cacao has become a growing trend in Western Europe.

 

How Much Green Tea Should You Drink to Lose Weight?


Tea is the second most-consumed drink in the world, preceded only by water.

 

Scientists unveil a sour brew that is good for your gut and can stop you from getting ill


Good news for beer lovers. You may soon be able to buy a pint that can stop you from getting ill.

 

How to Drink Beer All Summer Long Without Getting a Beer Gut


The thinking goes like this: You want to get your body summer ready, so you start avoiding beer like it’s that one co-worker who never seems to shut up about his car. It’s the right thing to do. Right?

 

Pediatricians Advise Parents to Limit Their Kids Fruit Juice Consumption


The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its official stance on fruit juice, recommending none of the sweet stuff before age 1. Despite the common assumption that 100 percent fruit juice is healthy, pediatricians are now advising parents to limit consumption.

 
 
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