Not only cavities: Drinking sweetened beverages is liable to lead to obesity, diabetes, developmental problems and more. So what risks are we taking, and what's the solution?
Checking the amount of calories on the drink can is a good start, but it's not enough. Hiding in sweetened beverages in general and carbonated beverages in particular are unhealthy ingredients and a whole lot of sugar. Here's how you can find out what's really hiding in sweetened drinks.
Drinking water helps preserve the skin, thereby helping us look better. Think this is just a myth? Think again. if you want to take care of your skin, here are a few things you should know about the connection between water-drinking and healthy, glowing skin.
Many studies have demonstrated what people have known for generations: mother's milk is best for the baby – the gold standard of optimal infant nutrition. To improve chances of successful nursing, it's important to ensure water consumption: for the lactating mother, and for the baby after weaning.
We all want to be healthy, to maintain balanced diets and not to consume too many calories. Still, there's one pitfall that many of us tend to fall into. We call it "the silent sugars." Here's how you can be aware of them - and avoid them:
Drinking plenty of water helps you maintain a healthy lifestyle, boosts the metabolism and helps you lose weight. This article explains why.