There are few things more more ritualistic—and to many, more sacred—than a morning cup of joe. Despite warnings from doctors over the years that coffee may be hard on the body, research is showing that coffee may have net positive effects on the body after all.
Beverage-related health and nutrition news and issues.
Tea is one of thein the world. Tea is personal; everyone has opinions about making the perfect cup. But what does science say about getting the most, nutrition-wise, out of your brew? Some of the answers will likely astound you!
In answer to this question, said Sara Haas, a dietitian speaking on behalf of the US Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “It varies based on the company. I encourage people to be label readers.”
Are there any health drawbacks related to drinking a lot of sparkling water or seltzer? This health question was one answered by New York Times' journalists and experts in the paper's Well blog.
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