high fructose corn syrup
Hazardous ingredients may be lurking in your beer -- If you drink beer, this is a must read!
If drinking soda is one of your guilty pleasures, you should pause to think about what you’re really putting in your body each time you take a sip.
The food industry is attempting to hide the ingredient "high fructose corn syrup" from the public by renaming it “fructose.”
According to newly published research in the Journal of American Geriatrics, diet soda may directly impact waist size, increase the risk of metabolic syndrome, and thereby increase one's risk of cardiovascular disease.
Studies show that diet soda can actually increase the waistline and negatively impact cardiovascular health.
Recent research found that Artichokes, celery and herbs, particularly Mexican oregano have been found to contain flavonoids that kill human pancreatic cells.
Don't listen to the hype, agave nectar is not a health food.
Eating too much sugar not only leads to obesity, but also contributes to high blood pressure.
Eating large amounts of sugar or carbohydrates is linked to a smaller hippocampus, the area of the brain involved in memory.
The World Health Organization is now recommending that people have no more than 5 percent of their daily calories come from sugar.