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lemon water danger restaurant
Water with lemon in it has been a go-to choice for many for decades upon decades, and we’re not surprised. It’s essentially a fantastic way to get a healthy drink of water while still having a little pinch of flavor, and its cool, crisp taste is beyond amazingly refreshing and cooling. There’s also an idea going around that lemon water is...
stop drinking diet soda
Everyone loves a chilly drink in the summer heats and we always hear about the importance of staying hydrated when the sun is out. One of the world's best-loved treat drinks in the summertime is soda. Soda is, definitively, America's favorite drink and we consume truly record amounts of it every year. But because of health concerns, many people switch to its...
apple cider vinegar gummies
If you're wondering what to snack on after you've just had your dinner, apple cider vinegar probably isn't your first choice. And that's not surprising - how should you be expected to enjoy something that feels so sour and unpleasant? But there are so many health benefits to ACV that it's really hard to miss up on! And with this great...
ketogenic diet
To quote the father of medicine, Hippocrates, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” In less fancy terms, you are what you eat. And in this modern day and age when one is beset from all sides with tons of processed foods and unhealthy preservatives that can harm your body over time, this old adage still rings...
stop reheating rice
All students love eating heated leftovers - it's a cheap and easy way to revisit the delicious takeaway you could afford last night with the last remains of your student loan. However, science has discovered that there's one food that you should definitely never reheat - rice! Everyone loves rice. It's really easy to make, ridiculously cheap and, when you order...
drinking lemon juice
Lemons come from evergreen trees and are believed to have originated in either China, India, or northern Burma. The fruit came into Europe through Southern Italy, then went on a voyage through the years to Persia, Iran, and finally the Americas when it was brought to Hispaniola by Christopher Columbus. Today, we use lemons for a lot of different things, whether...
Watermelons are juicy and delicious, and if you’re not a big fan of them, then you might just be missing out on some awesome benefits! This green-skinned fruit is a sweet, tasty treat and is a summertime favorite for many. At this moment, it’s just about the right season for them, and many are enjoying them in fruit salads, on their...
how to tell if an egg is bad
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and what food is better for breakfast than an egg? You can do so many things with eggs – scramble them, fry them, boil them, use them in baking, make pancakes with them – the options are endless. But before you start your breakfast, you realize you bought your eggs over a...
how to soften hard brown sugar
Hard brown sugar can be a real pain, especially if you need some immediately for cooking or baking. Brown sugar has a tendency to harden easily because each individual grain is coated with molasses. This is a very, very thin layer that causes the crystals of sugar to glide against each other easily, so they feel nice and soft. But being...
caralluma fimbriata
I know what you’re thinking: you probably can’t even pronounce Caralluma Fimbriata, much less know what it is and why it’s so important, but that’s why we’re here! This succulent native to India has many important uses especially when it comes to weight loss and appetite suppression. The rich history of Caralluma Fimbriata dates back hundreds, maybe even thousands of years,...

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