People who mix highly caffeinated energy drinks with alcohol may be at increased risk for injury, new research warns.
By Jennifer Irvine, author of The Balance Diet and The Diet for Food Lovers: Dramatic in colour and flavour, this soup makes a lovely lunch and is also an excellent canapé served in espresso cups. Friends who proclaim to hate beetroot have tried this and love it!
A new study discovered that whole-body vibration can deliver the same benefits as actual physical activity.
Vegetables are not only good for your insides but they relieve stress too, as it’s been found that people who tuck into their daily recommendation have lower levels of stress than those who don’t eat many.
When perusing the supermarket aisles while on a diet it’s easy to pick out food choices that are low calorie, low sugar and low fat, thanks to labels handily stating the nutrient content. However, a new study has slammed such labels as misleading, and claims they give consumers a false sense of how healthy the food is.
While probiotics promise to have a positive effect on our bodies, new research has found this is only the case if your diet is particularly bad. In fact, experts claim that those who eat healthily could actually be putting themselves at harm with an extra dose of ‘good bacteria’.
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